Whistles sale has started and savings of up to £600 are just what we need to cheer us up

These are the Whistles sale deals you don't want to miss.

Up to 50% off at the Whistles sale? Don't mind if we do... Especially when that could save us upto £600 on a luxury sheepskin coat...

Good news shoppers! The Whistles sale is here and ready to rival Black Friday when it comes to bargains.

Whistles speciality is classic pieces with a fashion-forward twist, and their sale is brimming with buys that will work hard in your wardrobe. Their coats are a must-browse, with their shearling numbers reduced by was much as £600. Dresses and tailoring are key too, with neutral colours you can wear from season to season.

There’s plenty of accessories as well. We’ve got our beady eyes on the Odie Resin Chain Lizard Bag (now £95) and York Side Stripe Trainers (also £95) in particular.

What do Whistles do really well that you should look for in the sale?

Autumn is a notoriously tricky time when it comes to fashion. Torrential downpours are ready to scupper our dreams of wearing anything other than sensible footwear, while surprisingly warm weather leaves us sweating in our brand new chunky knit.

Luckily though, autumn is an exceedingly good time for sales. Shopping out of season will always reward you with the best bargains, which is why the more summery pieces in the Whistles sale are also the most heavily discounted.

We’ve spied some of last season’s coats in the sale too. As is the beauty of Whistles, these classic shapes haven’t dated in a year, but they are far cheaper than their new season offering.

If that wasn’t enough to convince you to take a browse, Whistles is a firm favourite of none other than the Duchess of Cambridge (remember that polka dot dress?) and her younger sister Pippa.

So if you’ve ever dreamed of dressing like a royal for nearly half the regular price. Now’s your chance.

We’re not quite sure when this sale will end, so to avoid disappointment, fill your boots (and your basket!) pronto.

Whistles sale - our fashion editor's picks

We’ve rounded up the very best Whistles sale picks to shop now. You can thank us later - happy shopping!

Conna Snake Knee High Boot, was £295, now £189

Conna Snake Knee High Boot, was £295, now £189

We've never fallen quite so hard and quite so fast for footwear as we have with these boots. A real bargain at under £200, you'll be wearing them for decades to come.

VIEW NOW: Conna Snake Knee High Boot, was £295, now £189

Suede Wrap Midi Skirt, was £299, now £199

Suede Wrap Midi Skirt, was £299, now £199

Deliciously soft and effortlessly elegant, it doesn't get much chicer than a chocolate-toned suede wrap skirt.

VIEW NOW: Suede Wrap Midi Skirt, was £299, now £199

Trailing Seedpod Silk Dress, was £329, now £209

Trailing Seedpod Silk Dress, was £329, now £209

Created in a limited run for exclusivity, this irresistable blue dress won't be around for long.

VIEW NOW: Trailing Seedpod Silk Dress, was £329, now £209

Margie Spot Dress, was £179, now £99

Margie Spot Dress, was £179, now £99

Any dress that's roomy enough to hide our post-roast tums gets a big thumbs up from us. We love the pretty polka dot print too.

VIEW NOW: Margie Spot Dress, was £179, now £99

Colourblock Toscana Coat, was £1,199, now £599

Colourblock Toscana Coat, was £1,199, now £599

Another unbelievable shearling bargain, this is cheaper than sample sale prices. We loved it at full price, but with £600 off, it's a must-buy.

VIEW NOW: Colourblock Toscana Coat, was £1,199, now £599

Tailored Neutral Jacket, was £149, now £99

Tailored Neutral Jacket, was £149, now £99

Beige, camel, biscuit - whatever you call this neutral shade, it's having a fashion moment. This blazer makes the perfet layering piece.

VIEW NOW: Tailored Neutral Jacket, was £149, now £99

Red Cashmere Cable Knit, was £249, now £169

Red Cashmere Cable Knit, was £249, now £169

Bright colours are the pick-me-up we all need right now, and we'll take ours in cashmere. This gorgeous oversized knit can be worn with leather leggings or silky skirts.

VIEW NOW: Red Cashmere Cable Knit, was £249, now £169

Ultimate Denim Jacket, was £99, now £69

Ultimate Denim Jacket, was £99, now £69

The fashion staple your wardrobe is missing, this boxy denim jacket can be layered through all seasons.

VIEW NOW: Ultimate Denim Jacket, was £99, now £69

Subrina Printed Silk Dress, was £299, now £199

Subrina Printed Silk Dress, was £299, now £199

Made from 100% silk, the quality of this fabic more than justifies the price tag.

VIEW NOW: Subrina Printed Silk Dress, was £299, now £199

Darcey Drawn Belted Wrap Coat, was £295, now £175, Whistles

Darcey Drawn Belted Wrap Coat, was £295, now £175, Whistles

The socially acceptable equivalent of wearing your dressing gown outside, this cosy coat will keep you snug and stylish.

VIEW NOW: Darcey Drawn Belted Wrap Coat, was £295, now £175, Whistles

Stripe Wrap Shirt Dress, was £149, now £95

Stripe Wrap Shirt Dress, was £149, now £95

The classic shirt dress has been feminine update thanks to the waist-whitting wrap shape and deep V neckline. Top marks for that stylish sage green shade too.

VIEW NOW: Stripe Wrap Shirt Dress, was £149, now £95

Hooded Shearling Coat, was £1,199, now £599

Hooded Shearling Coat, was £1,199, now £599

We couldn't quite believe our eyes when we saw this sumptuous shearling beauty had been reduced by a massive £600. Shop fast to avoid missing out.

VIEW NOW: Hooded Shearling Coat, was £1,199, now £599

Kew Trainer, was £139, now £69

Kew Trainer, was £139, now £69

A good pair of white trainers will always have your back, working with everything from floaty midi dresses to wide leg jeans.

VIEW NOW: Kew Trainer, was £139, now £69

Washed Wide Leg Trouser, was £89, now £62

Washed Wide Leg Trouser, was £89, now £62

A comfy alternative to your skinny jeans, these make a great WFH trouser too.

VIEW NOW: Washed Wide Leg Trouser, was £89, now £62

Lacey Pocket Detail Jumpsuit, was £139, now £95

Lacey Pocket Detail Jumpsuit, was £139, now £95

Utility dressing at it's finest, all you need to add are a pair of box-fresh trainers.

VIEW NOW: Lacey Pocket Detail Jumpsuit, was £139, now £95

Nettie Utility Jumpsuit, was £139, now £89

Nettie Utility Jumpsuit, was £139, now £89

Baby pink might not scream summer, but this will more than earn it's keep in your wardrobe next year. Can't wait that long? Wear now over a thin cream roll neck.

VIEW NOW: Nettie Utility Jumpsuit, was £139, now £89

Relaxed Silk Satin Shirt, was £129, now £89

Relaxed Silk Satin Shirt, was £129, now £89

Managing to feel both relaxed and fancy at the same time, this luxe shirt could be worn with everything from jeans to suits.

VIEW NOW: Relaxed Silk Satin Shirt, was £129, now £89

Safari Print Jumpsuit, was £139, now £95

Safari Print Jumpsuit, was £139, now £95

We're suckers for an animal print whatever the season, and this slouchy jumpsuit is going straight in our baskets.

VIEW NOW: Safari Print Jumpsuit, was £139, now £95

Jess Beech

Jess Beech is an experienced fashion and beauty editor, with more than eight years experience in the publishing industry. She has written for woman&home, GoodtoKnow, Now, Woman, Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Own and Chat, and is currently Deputy Fashion & Beauty Editor at Future PLC. 


She caught the magazine bug during a stint as Fashion Editor of her university newspaper alongside her English degree, and hasn’t looked back since. As for the fashion bug, that came as part and parcel of growing up in the 90s, but the less said about that the better!


Jess’ average day in the office is spent researching the latest fashion trends, chatting to industry tastemakers and scouring the internet to bring you this season’s must-buy pieces - as well as advice on how to wear them. Weekends are equally fashion-focused, and Jess has been known to visit no less than five Zara stores in a single day in search of the perfect occasion dress. 


The only thing that comes close to a buzz of finally tracking down that much-coveted dress is the joy of discovering a new beauty wonder product or hero ingredient. A beauty obsessive, Jess has tried everything from cryotherapy to chemical peels (minus the Samantha in Sex and The City-worthy redness) and interviewed experts including Jo Malone and Trinny Woodall.