IF you’re looking to freshen up your wardrobe but you’re on a budget, you might want to head to Peacocks.
The shop has an up to 70% off sale on with some items going for as low as 75p.
You won’t be able to shop in store for your haul though as all stores are currently closed.
Peacocks is classed as a non-essential retailer, and has had to temporarily close due to the third national lockdown.
Shops will reopen again from April 12 at the earliest, so in the meantime, you’ll have to order your shopping online.
Delivery is free from Peacocks if you spend £20 or more, otherwise you’ll have to fork out £3.99 for standard delivery.
Alternatively, you can pay £4.99 for express delivery and your order will be delivered the next working day before 6pm.
Before you splash out, make sure to compare prices elsewhere as you may be able to find the same – or similar – for less at another shop.
Here are six of the best bargains we’ve spotted in the Peacocks sale:
Womens Silver Metal Chunky Hoop Earrings
Was £3, now 75p – save £2.25 (67%) – buy now
If you’re in need of some new accessories to brighten up your outfits, then these chunky silver-coloured hoops could do the trick.
However, they’re not sterling silver, so might not last as long.
We couldn’t find any similar hoops going for much cheaper elsewhere.
But we spotted that you can get a two pack of gold and silver coloured hoop earrings for just under £2 at New Look.
Womens Mustard Padded Faux Fur Collar Coat
Was £45, now £22.50 – save £22.50 (50%) – buy now
The weather may be getting warmer but it’s not summer yet, so this mustard coloured coat could help keep off the spring chills.
It comes with a faux fur collar, which makes the coat look like it could be extra cosy.
However, we’ve seen similar looking coats going for less at Matalan.
Although it’s a different colour, this pink faux fur hooded jacket is on sale for £16 down from £35.
Womens Black Faux Fur Lined Boots
Was £30, now £15 – save £15 (50%) – buy now
These black chunky boots are a bargain at £15, and we’re a fan of the buckles.
They also have a faux fur lining inside, which makes them look like they’ll keep your feet warm in chillier weather.
Although we couldn’t spot boots which looked the same for cheaper elsewhere, we did spot these black chunky biker boots for £14 in New Look.
Womens Berry Suedette Leggings
Was £18, now £7.20 – save £10.80 (60%) – buy now
While millions of Brits have had to stay at home under lockdown, many have ditched the jeans for more comfier bottoms.
We reckon these leggings would be great to wear not just around the house, but out and about too.
They come in different colours, but the red ones are cheapest at £7.20.
We couldn’t find the same sort of leggings for less elsewhere.
But if red isn’t your colour, these black velvet leggings from Matalan are on sale for £8, down from £12.50.
Mens Navy Mock Shirt V-Neck Jumper
Was £20, now £10 – save £10 (50%) – buy now
It’s not just womens’ clothes that are on sale at Peacocks – plenty of menswear is available too.
We’ve spotted this shirt and jumper combo that could be a great option for men who want to wear something a little smarter than just a T-shirt.
For £1 less, we’ve found the same style jumper in a different design at Matalan.
This black jumper with a blue and white striped collar is on sale at £9, down from £18.
Unisex Baby Grey Penguin All-in-One
Was £14, now £7 – save £7 (50%) – buy now
If you’re looking for kids clothes for less, then Peacocks has some options to choose from.
We think this all-in-one penguin suit would be great if you have a baby.
It’s made with fluffy fabric and looks soft and snuggly.
But if it’s not in the size you need, we’ve found a similar animal-themed romper on sale on Amazon.
This rabbit all in one is roughly £11, down from just over £18.
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