Check out the designer sale at Germany-based Mytheresa.com!  Their prices are VAT included. If you have it shipped into the US, you will not pay VAT, but you will have to pay duty, which adds back to about the same price listed on their website.

Some Catwalk-worthy items I spotted in the sale:

YSL Patent Catwalk Bag from 995 to 695 Euro (approx. $1077)

Miu Miu Red Patent Pumps from 290 to 175 Euro (approx. $271), another red shoe!

YSL Slip Pollack Dress from 995 to 695 Euro (approx. $1077)

Proenza Schouler Draped Bustier Dress from 1290 to 909 Euro (approx. $1408 )

YSL Stone-Detail Chemise Dress from 1950 to 1365 Euro (approx. $2115), this was worn by Carrie in the SATC movie.

And here’re two summer flats you can wear all day long:

Car Shoe Castoro Mocassin from 205 to 169 Euro (approx. $261)

Car Shoe Flower Detail Slippers from 279 to 169 Euro (approx. $261)

 

To get price alerts on anything you want: 

You can do it on the ShoppingNotes front page following these instructions (or refer to Illustrations in my previous post)

 

or using the ShoppingNotes bookmarklet following these instructions (or refer to the step-by-step illustrations I’ve written for Firefox and IE).

 

 

Bottega Veneta’s online private sale starts. I didn’t see anything particularly interesting from the listed sale items.

But there’s a Kawaii print tote I loved from their summer catalog, it’s so sweet and summer-like. I’m going to find out whether it’s also on sale.

Also looks like Net-A-Porter adjusted sale prices on some items by $0.50, what’s up with that??

Like this Proenza Schouler Bustier Dress, it was $1396.00 when sale started, now it’s $1396.50.

On the other hand, those Miu Miu Flower Motif Flats, went from $338.00 (sale price) to $337.50.

If this was due to change in currency exchange rates, shouldn’t them all go down by $0.50 or all go up by $0.50?

To get price alerts on anything you want:

You can either do it on the ShoppingNotes front page following these instructions (or refer to Illustrations in my previous post) or using the ShoppingNotes bookmarklet following these instructions (or refer to the step-by-step illustrations I’ve written for Firefox and IE)