Designer department store Selfridges’s summer sale is in full swing, offering up to 50 per cent off women’s, men’s, shoes bags, kids, home and tech.
It’s the perfect time to get shopping if you like your big name brands like Givenchy, Acne and Prada but aren't a fan of the hefty price tags that come attached.
Rather than panic-buy a basket of bargains, look at what you need, whether it’s a new handbag that will last you years, timeless jewellery pieces or a pair of trainers that you can wear with everything.
To save you trawling the website yourself looking for a great deal, we’ve done the hard work for you, handpicking the biggest and best deals to shop now.
You can trust our independent round-ups. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice. This revenue helps us to fund journalism across The Independent.
A colourful printed dress like this Ganni floral print puffed sleeve cotton midi dress (was £260, now £150) screams summer, even if the weather doesn’t exactly feel tropical.
With a v-neckline that’ll be flattering on bigger busts, puffed sleeves that add drama and a self-tie fastening at the front, it’s a statement piece all on its own.
When sale shopping, think ahead to later in the year and look at pieces that you’ll be able to wear in autumn and winter months.
This Kenzo striped cotton-blend knit jumper (was £295, now £150) is colourful but not too patterned that it won’t match other items in your wardrobe.
Wear over midi dresses for a warm layer or with jeans and your favourite trainers for a casual fit.
Bag a bargain like these Sandro alpha wool flannel tapered leg trousers (was £239, now £119.50).
They’re a balance between the comfort of jogging bottoms and formality of workwear appropriate trousers that can be dressed up with a blazer or down with a polo shirt.
If you’re big on animal print, this Kitri Alexandra leopard-print crepe mini dress (was £125, now £75) deserves a spot in your closet.
It has a simple shape, with gathered details on the sleeve, but an all-over, eye-catching print that we’d recommend pairing with minimal accessories to let it do all the talking.
You can’t go wrong with a pair of black heels, like an LBD, they’re timeless, so these Maison Margiela tabi logo embossed heeled leather sandals (was £605, now £399) is a deal fans of the brand won’t want to pass on.
The mid-height block heel means they’ll be comfortable enough to wear all day long too.
When it comes to jewellery, a classic hoop style never goes out of style, so pick up these Missoma helical rosette hoop earrings (was £95, now £65) to decorate your ears.
The double-hooped illusion effect is also great if you like a layered look with your jewellery but don’t want to commit to another piercing.
Treat yourself to this Yufezi Dip leather crossbody bag (was £510.00, now £300.00), as now we’re able to meet up, albeit while still socially distancing, you can show it off, after months of not needing to use your handbag. We also love that it plays into the saddle bag trend too.
Made from 100 per cent leather and featuring an interior compartment and slip pocket along with a cross-body strap if you want to be hands-free, it's stylish and practical, roomy enough to hold your hand sanitiser and mask too.
It has room for a 15” laptop, adjustable shoulder straps and outer pockets so if you’re not a light packer, you won’t have to compromise on what you bring.
Shopping for smart shirts and trousers for kids can be tricky, as they grow out of them so fast, but we love this Ralph Lauren striped cotton shirt 9-24 months (was £49, now £34), that can be passed down to younger children too.
It’s simple, understated and ideal if you have a formal occasion coming up in the calendar.
Lego is notoriously expensive so grab a discount while you can with this Lego Harry Potter Expecto Patronum set (was £20, now £14) that's suitable for seven years and older.
Not to mention, if you're a Harry Potter fan you can indulge your interest while helping them to build it.
If you've yet to meet a friend or family member's baby that arrived during lockdown, bring this Petit Bateau heart-print cotton all-in-one 3-24 months (was £34, now £23) for your first visit as a gift.
It's made from soft, 100 per cent cotton and is machine washable so no matter how much of mess they make while wearing it, it will still come up clean.
Reusable coffee cups are an environmentally friendly way to get your caffeine fix when out and about, without adding to the single-use plastic pollution.
Which is why at the top of our shopping list is this Wakecup bamboo reusable coffee cup (was £23, now £15).
Made from stainless steel and organic bamboo, it's a feel-good buy that looks just as good too.
For a luxury-looking addition to your dinner table or dresser, we've got our eye on this Seletti marcantonio gold toned bowel (was £80, now £64).
Minimal in design, you can fill it with fruit, sweets or even jewellery for a chic storage option.
This The Conran Shop secret walnut side table (was £725, now £580), is a space saver for even the smallest of rooms.
It has a concealed draw and shelving space for your bedside essentials.
Brush up on your bedding with this The White Company hampstead double cotton quilt and cushion cover set (was £270, now £189).
The cotton and silk-blend makes this super soft and cosy to help you drift off in seconds.