Myer has launched a massive sale on its designer footwear collection with prices slashed on shoes, sandals and sneakers to as little as $39.
For one week only, the department store is offering a generous 40 percent off men’s and women’s styles from top brands like Calvin Klein, Windsor Smith and Tommy Hilfiger, in-store and online.
Sketchers, Steve Madden and Lacoste as well as homegrown Australian labels like Lauren Marninis and Sandler are also discounted until the sale ends on Sunday, September 20.
Top offers include sandals and heels for $40, sneakers for $60 and flats for $29.
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Myer has slashed the prices of its designer footwear collection, with high-top Converse (left) reduced to $72 and Miss Shop strappy block heels (right) to just $42
These Ios espadrilles are also down to $42, along with dozens of other stylish heels
Iconic designs have been discounted to well under $100, with high-top Converse now $72 and Lacoste slip-on sneakers now $84.
Upgraded versions of classic styles are similarly reduced, with Puma’s Cali sneakers for $84 and Calvin Klein’s Clarine sneakers for $120.
Windsor Smith’s full range of leather shoes is included in the mark downs, with ankle boots now $90 and block heel sandals for $69.
Sketchers sneakers (left) are discounted to $60 and leather boots from Windsor Smith (right) have been marked down to $120
The canvas tennis shoes from Windsor Smith are reduced to $54
Summery flats are also reduced, with Steve Madden snakeskin mules now $60 and Miss Shop crocodile skin pumps for just $29.
Some of the best value styles include a pair $42 canvas wedges from Piper and $42 strappy heels from Miss Shop.
The full range of discounts is available here on Myer’s website.
The mega-sale comes five days after the embattled department store suffered staggering losses of $172.4million as sales plummet amid the crippling coronavirus pandemic.
Summery flats are included in the reductions, with Steve Madden snakeskin mules (left) now $60 and Miss Shop crocodile skin pumps (right) for just $29
Total sales fell by almost 16 per cent in the year to July 25.
In March, Myer closed its 60 stores and stood down 10,000 staff – leading to a surge in online sales.
The department store chain told the Australian Securities Exchange on Thursday this was ‘one of the toughest decisions Myer has faced in its 120 years of operation’.