A STYLE fan has excitedly revealed that she managed to bag a staggering £629 worth of clothes for just £87.
Social media user Kamarakay took to her profile to show off the results of a recent shopping spree.
She explained that when she popped into River Island, she discovered they had a huge sale for customers to take advantage of.
So Kamarakay did exactly that, and started to pick up several on-trend outfits and shoes for her wardrobe.
And it only got better when everything that had been reduced was marked down to £10 or under – resulting in some amazing savings.
Next thing she knew, she’d got enough to fill several bags, but when she got to the till, she was pleasantly surprised.
“I got £629 worth of stuff for £87,” she said as she went through each of her top buys one by one.
These included some chunky, tie-up black boots, which originally cost £55, but were down to £10.
She also scored another £10 purchase on a knee-high pair of black boots that were originally £90,
They came with a decorative gold chain that she said she was likely to remove to put her unique stamp on them.
The wardrobe staple was a steal at £10, in comparison to their £95 usual price point.
Other bargains included a pretty white shirt, which was reduced from £50 to £10, a pair of pin-striped smart trousers that cost her just £7 in comparison to £40, and a black gilet which scanned at the till for £10 instead of £70.
Completing her haul was a pair of stylish black shoes with gems on the heels. Again these were £10 from £49.
And she also got her hands on a black blazer – down from £70 to £10 – and a padded black coat, which she made a saving of £100 on and that she said looked even better in real life.
As Kamarakay encouraged her 3000 plus followers to check out their local store, she was also keen to shout about another unique way she likes to save money at River Island.
And it’s all to do with a secret eBay store the shop has that sees all their popular items reduced to clear.
She wrote in the comment section: “This deal was in store, every single sale item was £10 or under.
“[But] check out their eBay outlet store – they have stuff pretty cheap.”