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The Very Best High Street Pieces We Found in the Easter Sales

The Very Best High Street Pieces We Found in the Easter Sales 7


Two four-day weeks, a plethora of Easter eggs to hide and devour, and perhaps a pub lunch—there’s a lot to look forward right now. To add even more excitement, rumour has it the spring sunshine we’ve all been hoping for is set to make an appearance on at least some of the days. All in all, it’s looking like a pretty good few days, and that was before I spotted three of our favourite high-street stores are celebrating the long weekend with sales. This isn’t something that many brands are doing this year, so it feels like the discounts are flying pretty under the radar, so we wanted to bring your attention to the important news. As we all want to get out, spend time with our friends or simply take a moment of rest, I’ve saved you the trouble of endless scrolling by creating a refined edit of the worthwhile savings this Easter weekend.

Woman wears a linen top and trousers standing in art studio.

(Image credit: Nobody’s Child)

Anytime that we’re shopping the sales it’s important to take a considered approach to ensure that we don’t get swept away by savings. I’ve previously fallen into the trap of buying things that don’t suit my style, or blend with the rest of my wardrobe, just because I like a good deal. Lucky for us, the three stores we’re highlighting—& Other Stories, Anthropologie and Nobody’s Child—have added timeless, classic and versatile pieces into their sales which are sure to work hard in any wardrobe. Find forever denim, spring-ready knits and a sprinkling of accessories that can instantly be added into your outfit rotations. Alongside, there are a few more playful styles, like Nobody’s Child’s tile print maxi skirt that is destined to be a holiday favourite, as well as more elegant styles to tick off dressier events in the wake of wedding season.