In Canada, our summers aren’t very long, which means it’s imperative that we maximize on the warm weather. Trendy summer dresses in bright or neutral shades are essential. Classic styles, including sleeveless shifts and strapless frocks, should be go-to items until early September. Like I said, maximize!
Right now on The Peacock Parade, dresses from designers, Susana Monaco and Pink Stitch are available for way less than retail.
For work, opt for this Earth-toned shift by Pink Stitch.
For a first date, don this subtle-yet-sexy dress by Susana Monaco.
For the weekend, get caught wearing this adorable Pink Stitch dress.
For a patio dinner with the family, show up in this bright Susana Monaco dress.
You may have noticed the “Summer Steals” seal along many of the sales on The Peacock Parade. That’s an indicator that the items available in those sales are at the lowest possible prices. Pretty sweet, right? Some of these pieces are up to 80% off! We’re talking summer-ready items like shorts, dresses, T-shirts, colourful jewellery and more. Stick to The Peacock Parade all summer long for awesome deals on designer labels.
Coming up on Thursday, check out our lingerie blowout and on Friday check out our shoe blowout. You won’t want to miss out.
Here are some of the best deals on the site right now:
A dress for every occasion, whether a backyard wedding or drinks on a patio with the girls.
Accessorize your fabulous outfit with chic designer pieces.
What’s better than wearing one colour? Wearing three! Colour-blocking with two, three, even four shades is on trend for the summertime and is taking over The Peacock Parade sales. Tops and dresses available in bright, tri-tones are exactly the kind of pieces you need to perk up your office wardrobe.
Colour-blocking allows you to get creative with your accessories. Match earrings with one colour and a belt to another. It’s visually stimulating and striking, so you’ll definitely get noticed. I love when shades mesh or blend together in a unique way.
Here are some of our favourite picks from Canadian designer Caitlin Power, Rachel Sin and Nue Apparel.