High Fashion at Low Prices: DealScience.com Helps Shoppers Save on Splurges

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Top Deals for High-End Mother’s Day Gifts

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High fashion brands are not exempt from offering deals, and that is why DealScience.com is committed to helping consumers navigate the best ways to save. With the right insight, shoppers can cut costs without cutting quality.

Mother's Day is the third largest holiday in terms of consumer spending – in fact, last year, Americans spent $20 billion dollars on Mom. While flowers are the go-to gift for Mother’s Day, shoppers may be looking for new ways to dazzle the modern Mom that won’t break the bank. Luckily, DealScience.com, a platform that helps consumers shop more intelligently, is revealing the top deals on the hottest brands.

“Mother’s Day is a holiday where shoppers want to splurge on the important woman in their lives, but unfortunately, is not always something consumers can afford,” said Phong Vu, CEO of DealScience.com. “High fashion brands are not exempt from offering deals, and that is why DealScience.com is committed to helping consumers navigate the best ways to save. With the right insight, shoppers can cut costs without cutting quality.”

DealScience.com Reveals Low Prices on High Fashion:

  • Dress for Success: Looking for a great dress for Mom, or perhaps a nice blouse to build out her wardrobe? Save 50-70 percent off Theory dresses and blouses at 6PM.com and Nordstrom Rack. Those same sites offer great deals on Michael Kors tops, including petite and plus sizes, for 55-70 percent off. Easily spend under $150 on Michael Kors apparel with high-quality options ranging from $30-140, saving you anywhere from $50-$280.
  • Jewelry, Watches & Eyewear...oh my: Accessories are a great one-size-fits all gift for Moms, but those are often costly. Shoppers can save big with up to 55 percent off Valentino sunglasses and up to 60 percent off Trina Turk jewelry at flash sales from online flash deal site Rue La La. Time to upgrade Mom’s watch? Check out Invicta watches that are selling for as much as 90 percent off...save $800 on Amazon’s flash deal site, MYHABIT.com, as well as ongoing opportunities to save on brand-name watches with limited-time flash sales from Choxi.com.
  • Mama’s Got a Brand New Bag: A great new purse is always in season. For a new Marc by Marc Jacobs summer cross-body bag or tote, turn to Barney’s Warehouse, spend $99-229, and get up to a $60 savings. Save over $1,000 on Gilt Groupe, which also offers over 50 percent off Marc by Marc Jacobs bags r. Keep in mind the best bargains can often be found directly on a brand’s site. DealScience.com has seen Kate Spade New York bags for as low as $74 on KateSpade.com, and even lower during limited-time promotions that have offered deals as much as 65 percent off sale styles. You may be surprised to find Gucci handbags and Louis Vuitton duffels within your price range on sites like luxury consignment deal platform The RealReal.com.
  • Non-Mom Jeans: If you’re looking to help your Mom upgrade her everyday wear, you can save as much as 70 percent off Joe’s Jeans on 6PM.com and Amazon. James Perse t-shirts are on sale for up to 55 percent off at Neiman Marcus outlet, Last Call. For moms-to-be, Paige Denim maternity jeans are offered for 40-60 percent off on Amazon.

DealScience.com tracks over 13-thousand stores and has developed nearly 40-thousand store-specific shopping tips to help users save. For more insights on where and when to save, visit the DealScience500, a real-time ranking of nearly 500 brands, from big box retailers to popular online boutiques and serves as a historical and current baseline of ongoing deal activity.

About DealScience.com
DealScience.com helps consumers shop more intelligently by predicting where and when the best deals are likely to happen. Using historical data and cutting-edge shopping intel, DealScience.com delivers the best insight about current and future offers to help consumers make better purchase decisions today and know how to save more tomorrow.

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