Top Websites for Apparel Coupons
There are a lot of online retailers who offer apparel coupons, but who has the best deals and discounts? We’ve covered a few of our top picks in this article, let us know what your favorites are! A good tip to get promo codes for any retailer: join their email list. You can usually select what type of emails you want to receive, and you can opt to just get the coupon & sale ones.
Shein, best for discount codes
At any given time, Shein has tons of active voucher codes. Sometimes you will even get a pop-up while browsing the website with two or three offers. Before completing your purchase at checkout it’s worth it to do a quick Google search, the coupons in the pop-up are usually not the best available offer codes. Some will require a minimum spend, some do not. Try a few different codes to see which one is the best for you.
You can also get a 15% discount on your first purchase through their app, even if it’s not your first purchase from Shein. The app is free to download, and you can always delete it afterwards if you prefer to make your orders through the website. I know the whole selling point behind Shein is that their prices are insanely low to begin with, but why not save a little extra if you can?
Missguided, best for free delivery
Okay, the delivery isn’t free per se and it doesn’t require a voucher code. But they have an option where you can purchase unlimited next day delivery in the UK for a whole year for just £7.95. That is mental, I’ve never seen another offer like that. Now obviously if you aren’t a frequent shopper at Missguided then this won’t really appeal to you. But if you do make purchases on their website or app often, this is incredible value! A lot of places will charge you £10 or more for a single next-day delivery, so to get it unlimited? You’ll have gotten your money’s worth in a couple of orders.
And they do have discount codes, not quite as frequently as Shein and many of them won’t work on items that are already reduced. However Missguided has decent prices to begin with and tends to be of higher quality than Shein.
Dresslily, best for dresses
Well this may come as no surprise given their name, but Dresslily is the best spot to get dresses online. In particular their collection of affordable vintage-style dresses is fab. Keep in mind that in order to get the dress to hang the way it does in the product photography you will need a petticoat, which for some reason they don’t sell. However there are several reasonably priced options available on Amazon, and sometimes you can find a discount code for them as well!
As far as promotions go, they have a decent amount of coupon codes available throughout the year. Remember that they are an American company, so your items will be shipping from the United States. That means there may be a little extra on the shipping and it may take a bit longer. You should also use the globe icon at the top to set your currency to Pound Sterling. In general their prices are beyond reasonable, even without a promotional code.
Cupshe, best for swimsuits & beach wear
Although none of us have been jetting off to hot countries recently, we will be soon enough! For discount swim and resort wear we love Cupshe. They have an excellent selection of one and two piece suits, and a lot of absolutely darling plus-size ones as well. And if you’re as pale as I am, you will appreciate their large collection of beach cover-ups and hats as well. Gingers really have no business being at the beach, but I still love going! Cupshe also has a great selection of dresses for going to dinner in the evening as well.
I always check the sale section first where they have items listed for up to 50% off, and there are usually discount codes available as well although they may not apply to clearance items. Like we said above your best bet is to join the email list and wait for them to send you a code, or you can just do a search for ‘Cupshe promo code’ and it should turn up loads of options.
It never hurts to be on the lookout for a bargain, and I find the above 4 retailers consistently deliver cute items at very affordable prices. Since lockdown I’ve switched all of my shopping to online and to be honest, I’m not sure I want to go back to the pushy salespeople and crowded stores once we can. Anyways don’t forget your voucher codes, and happy online hunting!