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Top bargain stores in Melbourne - When in Melbourne, shop smart!

Bargain shops are aplenty in Melbourne if you want to shop for stylish clothing without breaking the bank.


Clear iT

Clear iT in Melbourne is one of the city's best-kept secrets and unsurprisingly so, because if the shop was any more popular, veteran shoppers would never want to leave this haven of designer clearance sales. Prices tend to vary, but the massive sales that take place here regularly feature discounts of up to 80% off. The price of dresses and t-shirts from high-end brands is a fraction of their usual retail prices. One will find Dangerfield and Princess Highway pieces in abundance here that can be snapped up to add a quirky twist to one's wardrobe. The store is also perfect for spring wear. Those looking for ultra-feminine clothing will find that they are spoilt for choice when sales for brands such as Alannah Hill take place.


AS Colour

AS Colour can be a confusing place; with its beautiful timbre, modern feel and trendy clothing that one would, at first glance, expect to be accompanied by a hefty price tag upon observing their exceedingly high quality. The clothes here are as practical and long-lasting as they are stylish but most importantly, are affordable to the majority. Apart from the shop being immaculate, their service is commendable thanks to their attentive staff. The store is a favourite amongst many travellers at Melbourne hotel apartments or resorts nearby for the array of quality, fashionable clothing they are offered at reasonable prices.


Recycle Boutique

Recycle Boutique is a unique store focused on sustainable clothing that has outlets in both Brunswick and Collingwood. The store's eco-friendly stance has resulted in its model being drastically different to that of the average clothing store. Recycle Boutique allows people to trade unwanted clothes of theirs for money or other second-hand goods that are available in store. They take in clothing fit for both men and women, and if they are in good condition, of decent quality, have a reasonable life cycle and are on-trend, will pay the contributor of the clothing items fifty percent of the profits on selling the piece. There is a diverse selection of second-hand clothing from high-end brands such as Acne or Gorman with discounts that a bargain shopper would be unable to refuse.


De Jour Jeans

De Jour Jeans is the perfect place for bargain shoppers to get a pair of cost-effective and simultaneously, fitting jeans. It is all about the fit after all! At De Jour, one can get their own custom fitted pair without breaking the bank. The store operates similarly to that of factory outlets. They allow customers to have their jeans altered or repaired on-site and often on the same day of purchase, at no extra cost. Shoppers will find jeans of every colour, size, and shape here that are as affordable as they are fashionable.


Brand Smart

Brand Smart is a bargain shopper staple and is popular with tourists to Australia, residing in and around Melbourne at Oaks at Lonsdale or other hotels at the heart of the city. Brand Smart offers shoppers a smorgasbord of designer wear with prices slashed to an unbelievable extent. Discounts of up to 80% are not unheard of here and consequently, you can see crowds flock to its clearance sales. The store stocks many brands that are extremely popular with men and women of all ages; from Esprit to Lorna Jane, Sass & Bide, Oroton Factory and Sheridan. With so much to choose from at such affordable prices, leaving the store empty-handed is virtually impossible.

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