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Top 5 picks from the my-wardrobe sale


All shopped out from the my-wardrobe Christmas sale yesterday? Us too – but not for long. There’s still stacks of statement must-haves to see you through to the new year in style – and save you a fair few pounds while you’re at it.

But if the words Mulberry, McQ and Mawi send you in a fashion frenzy, let us help lead you to sartorial success.

See below for our top 5 picks from my-wardrobe‘s sale…

1. Mulberry Grape Mitzy Clutch, £350 £245
A classic clutch with Mulberry’s signature cool twist, the alternative plum leopard print is perfect for amping up this season’s minimalism – plus the colour pop will see you through to spring in effortless style.

2. American Vintage Grey Marl T-shirt, £60 £42
A simple slouchy tee is an everyday wardrobe staple – wear it with your favourite denim on downtown days or with luxe leather for easy cool.

3. By Malene Birger Baquille Oversized Knit, £95 £66
Inject some everyday luxe into your winter wardrobe with this sumptuous, super-fine knit – we love its lightweight layering abilities, and the banded cuffs keep it cool and cosy.

4. Theory Janeth Dress, £315 £220
Sleek and understated, Theory’s simple shift is the perfect pared-down piece for effortless style this season. Try teaming it with luxe leather or leopard print to add a cool-girl attitude.

5. Merle O’Grady Varvara Necklace, £297 £178
We’ve been championing this necklace ever since it hit the shelves – it’s multi-layered chains and Swarovski crystals combined with studs and gun metal tones create the ultimate in tough luxe statement jewellery.

my-wardrobe.com will be posting our top picks on their Facebook page later, but in the meantime, click here to shop the sale!

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