FROM AllSaints and Barbour to Mulberry and Charlotte Tilbury, House of Fraser has it all.
And now, eagle-eyed fashion fans have noticed prices on some of its biggest brands have been slashed.
PA:Press AssociationThere are mega bargains on the House of Fraser website right now[/caption]
The department store is selling posh candles for 75p, Versace undies for £8 a pair and luxury pyjama sets for a cool £2.
Shoppers have been rushing to the House of Fraser website all this week to nab some bargains.
Vicki Miles walked away with the biggest savings, picking up a whopping £1,121.06 worth of stuff for just £173.42.
That means she saved an eye-watering £947.64 on Nike tracksuits, Ted Baker homeware and kidswear.
She shared the shopping win on Facebook, saying that there was “too much to list” online but she found plenty of “branded” things.
Similarly, Vicky Marsden picked up 16 items for just £33.
“There’s 70% off at House of Fraser sale,” she penned on social media.
“Three pairs of men’s trainers, five lots of family Christmas pyjamas, six outfits for my toddler and a workout outfit for me.”
Fabulous found Crocs slashed to £13.99 and Jack Wills slippers for just £3 in the sale.
Fashion brands like Missguided and I Saw It First have had items slashed to as little as £1.25.
Calvin Klein denim shorts were just £23, while thongs and bralettes from the American designer were as cheap as £4.
House of Fraser started as a small shop in Glasgow way back in 1849 and by 2013, became a multi-million pound global brand.
But last year, the retailer sparked “ghost town” fears after pulling down the shutters on three stores.
It came after Frasers Group chief executive, Michael Murray, described House of Fraser as a “broken business” and said it is likely to “diminish”.
He added that the group’s strategy was to break away from the traditional operating model of department stores.
That could explain why House of Fraser’s online offering is so extensive now, with shoppers able to nab mega-bargains on designer goods.
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