The Style Saver: 60% off storewide at Oxford

Mia Steiber 7 June 2017 NEWS

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When was the last time you saw a 60% off everything sale?

When I opened my email inbox this morning, there was the usual influx of sale notifications. As we're in the end of financial year sales period, there were a few more discounts and deals than usual, but among all of the subject lines, one stood out from the rest. Oxford – 60% off storewide.

What?! 60% off? Everything? Yep. No hidden catches or exclusions. Oxford is genuinely offering 60% off everything in stock right now. Take two minutes to make an account and you'll get access to the discount.

Before some of you ignore this sale, thinking that Oxford only stocks business wear, know that they have loads of great casual options. Pants, skirts, tops and more. My favourite thing about Oxford is the high quality of the brand's clothing.

The store was created to bridge the gap between designer brands and the high street for those who can't afford to shell out $5000 for a suit but wanted something nicer than the $75 ones at Lowes.

As a result, Oxford clothes are tailored beautifully and use top quality fabrics. The winter coats currently in stock are made from wool and the shirts are cotton. So don't ignore this sale!

This is one of your few chances to pick up a $450 woollen coat for $175. Click here to see more details about the sale which ends 13 June. Scroll down to see some of our top picks from the sale.

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