Ideeli.com Sales This Week

Check out the fab sales going down at Ideeli.com this week…

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Max Studio Sale
Sale starts Monday, May 11
Prices start at $38 (save up to 55%)
Every girl wants to be trend-savvy, but practicality demands clothing picks that will endure. That means everyday basics with uniquely fashionable twists, pieces that translate from office sophistication to nighttime playfulness. Enter Max Studio, the brand started by fashion pioneer Leon Max, over 30 years ago.

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Janna Conner Sale
Sale starts Monday, May 11
Prices start at $27 (save up to: 60%)
Creating everything from intricate metal earrings to beautifully simple pendants, Janna Conner uses high quality materials like Czechoslovakian faceted glass, semi-precious gems, and 14 karat gold. While effortlessly mixing modern elements with classic and exotic designs, Conner often infuses bursts of color into the line with delicate enameling details and bright stones like turquoise. With these eye-catching looks, it’s a given that items from Conner’s collection have shown up on countless fashion-forward stars, and are housed in cutting edge boutiques across the country.

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Heather Hawkins Handbag Sale
Sale starts Tuesday, May 12
Prices start at $121 (save up to: 60%)
A natural-born designer, Heather Hawkins knows that beauty arises when passion teams with skill. And Hawkins began developing her skills from an early age. Spending hours of her youth at her grandmother’s seamstress shop and her father’s wholesale drapery business, she learned the nuances of fabrics and the impact of color. It was years later, however, in sculpture classes at college, that Hawkins’ inspiration ignited, and her self-titled handbag collection was formed.

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Furla Sale
Sale starts Tuesday, May 12
Prices start at $84 (save up to: 61%)
In 1955, Furla’s first store opened on the Via Ugo Bassi in Bologne. It was here that the family-run business truly came into its own, showcasing Furla’s immaculate pieces in an atmosphere that reflected the spirit of the individuals behind its creation. By the mid-70s, Aldo’s children had taken the reins, imbuing the collection with innovative designs and modern materials. Furla continued full-speed-ahead as it established shops in Rome, Paris and New York, and garnered a cult following among style mavens across the globe. Today, traditional craftsmanship and clean lines remain marks of the house as Furla unfurls Italian elegance on us all.

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