Forever New is now available to shop with Afterpay

Lauren Chaplin 14 February 2019 NEWS

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Get ready to update your wardrobe because Forever New officially offers Afterpay.

Stocking everything from workwear to evening dresses, Forever New is a fashion favourite amongst Australian shoppers. In fact, it's hard to go online or instore and NOT find at least five things to immediately fall in love with. For those of us without a whole lot of cash to burn, though, this can be heartbreaking.

Luckily, the label have officially announced their partnership with buy-now-pay-later service Afterpay. The service is already up and running on the site, meaning you can shop up a storm without racking up a cringe-worthy credit card debt.

The announcement obviously comes after a whole lot of shoppers asked for the service, as the Forever New homepage has advertised the partnership complete with an introduction of "You asked, we listened".

It's easy to see why this would be the case – the interest-free payment plan has soared in popularity over the past year or so. Offering a modernised version of "lay-by" which sees you get your product straight away, Afterpay lets you pay off the cost in four easy instalments. This means, instead of taking a chunk out of your savings to purchase that $100 dress you've had your eye on, you can pay $25 every two weeks and have it in time for the weekend. Easy.

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Forever New joins a growing list of retailers offering the service. PrettyLittleThing, Boohoo and Nasty Gal have all announced their partnership with Afterpay over the past year, making it easier than ever to shop the perfect outfit for your next big event.

To see all the retailers offering the service, head over to our Afterpay store list. Happy shopping!

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