Look, I know we’ve all be trapped inside for a few months now, during which time “fashion” meant tracksuits and stretchy pants and hoodies for the best of us. But, as we start to glide out of iso—maintaining social distancing, of course—scurrying to the supermarket in your loungewear (read: t-shirt with holes) isn’t really going to cut it.
And now that you can actually dine in at restaurants (soon Melbourne, soon), see friends and go on picnics, you may want to ditch the 24-7 sweats too, put some actual shoes on and a pair of real pants.
Here to help you get dressed again is The Iconic’s mammoth Click Frenzy Mayhem sale. These guys have dropped a big 30% off sport and fashion (which is basically everything), and you need to get around it quick (it’s happening now, right here).
Need some inspiration? Here’s what I’m clicking on.
Nike React Infinity Run
I love these runners. If quarantine had you hitting the pavement for the first time and you’re keen to keep running, I can’t recommend these enough (I also recommended them here). This sale price is too good to miss.
Belle & Bloom Stay Wild Oversized Coat
This feels so tailored compared to my iso get-up—but I’m ready. The pistachio green shade is one of my favourite colours, but it also comes in black and muted yellow if that’s more your thing. Shop here.
P.E Nation Kick Force Leggings
I know I said no more stretchy pants, but P.E is an exception to that rule. These classic black tights are exclusive to The Iconic too. Shop here.
Veja Esplar Sneaker
This is the ultimate sustainable sneaker. The Esplar is one of Veja’s unisex styles, and it’s named after a Brazilian NGO that supports organic cotton farming families by bringing them technical support when they need it most. Shop here.
Sans Beast Reader Satchel
Now that you've got places to go—keep it simple with this sweet, sustainably-designed mini bag from Melbourne-based label Sans Beast.
Keen to partake in Click Frenzy's many discounts? Suss our list of the best deals here.
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