PrettyLittleThing is about to drop 50 dresses for $10 and we’re losing it

Alexandra Hourigan 10 November 2017

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Your Friday just got better with 50 dresses for a cheaper price than your morning breakfast!

Black Friday is just around the corner and this year PrettyLittleThing is not messing around. Last year the brand sold one dress every five seconds and this year, it aims to do even better!

How on earth could they top this, you may ask? Well how about 50 dresses for the price of $10! Oh yes, you read that right. You can now purchase a new dress for cheaper than your morning breakfast or friendly cocktail and that is definitely something we can get around!

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You'll be able to get your hands on some red-hot mini dresses, always needed LBD’s and even a glitzy gold glam bodycon dress. The drop is due to happen today and comes pretty soon after their recent PrettyLittleThing x Kourtney Kardashian collaboration, which we praised for sticking to its affordable roots! However, PrettyLittleThing just decided to throw out the rule book and price 50 dresses for $10.

You'll have to move quick as we really don't think these items are gonna stick around for a while. Like seriously. So if you'd like to take a note out of our book we'll probably just go ahead and add all 50 dresses to cart. Brb, got shopping to do.

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