As the final resting place for Net-a-porter‘s out-of-season (but still really awesome) overstock, basics have never been what The Outnet is about. It’s more of a see and splurge kind of place—as in you see that $1,500 Jil Sander coat you wanted six months ago marked half off and immediately justify splurging on it.
Now you’ll be able to get easy pieces to match your spontaneous buys right from The Outnet, and not for a ton of money either.
Yesterday, the discounted designer e-tailer launched its first in-house line, Iris & Ink, with 10 styles. Each one is a simple, classic item, like a thin cardigan or tie-neck blouse, that helps turn a one-off purchases into complete outfits. Prices are not fast fashion cheap—they start at $95 (a shell top) and peak at $310 (a trench)—but include some of the most affordable options on the website. And, since everything is made from quality materials—such as silk, cashmere and twill—your investment will save you cash in the long run. Which is only good news for your marked-down-Marni habit.
Click through the slideshow below to shop every Iris and Ink item.
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