Best Amazon Prime Day 2022 fashion deals to refresh your wardrobe | The Sun

WANT to give your wardrobe a refresh?

With Amazon Prime Day 2022 comes plenty of deals, with shoppers snapping up discounts on big-name fashion brands during the event.

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Home to hundreds of well known fashion and sportswear brands, Amazon is a great place to pick up some new clothing, footwear or accessories, and Amazon's Prime Day deals is no different.

With everything from a new pair of jeans, summer dresses for your next holiday, or the latest trainers featured in the offers.

Amazon Prime Day 2022 will take place October 11, so mark that date in your diary.

If this feels like Deja vu, don't worry, this is the second Prime Day for 2022 following the original dates in July.

Prime Day deals will be available for just 24 hours so if you spot an incredible offer you will need to act fast.

To access the discounts you will need to sign up to Amazon Prime.

However, new users can access Amazon's free 30-day trial ahead of the sale.


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How does Amazon Prime Day work?

When is Prime Day 2022?

Prime Day this year will take place on October 11.

The annual shopping event gives Amazon Prime shoppers exclusive access to deals which run for 24 hours.

Earlier this year, Prime Day took place on July 12 and 13, so it's good news for bargain hunters with double the chance to bag a deal.

In 2021, Prime Day took place on June 21 -22.

How do I get access to Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals?

Want the best deals before any one else? Of course you do.

You'll need to sign up to become an Amazon Prime member to access the deals, which you can do here.

However, new users can access Amazon's free 30-day trial ahead of the sale.

They'll only be available for 24 hours, so you'll need to be fast – and we'll be updating all the best deals here.

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What Amazon Prime Day 2022 fashion deals to expect for 2022?

Amazon may not be as well known for its fashion offering, but it does stock a wide range of brands.

With the online giant ramping up it's selection across the Amazon Fashion hub, we're expecting to see lots of great deals pop up during the 48-hour flash sale.

There are always particularly good discounts on footwear, with offers in previous years including deals on Crocs, Converse and Vans trainers.

Other key brands which will most likely feature are denim specialists Levi's and high street favourites Ted Baker and New Look.

If you are looking to splash out on accessories and jewellery, in previous years we have seen discounts on items from Swarovski, Pandora and Michael Kors – so bargain-hunters keep your eyes peeled.

All the deals will be available to browse as they go live on the Amazon Prime Day hub.

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What were the best deals from Prime Day July 2022?

Need a wardrobe refresh but don't know where to start?

July's Prime Day deals are a great place to start, as there was a plethora of savings this summer; our top picks for the best fashion deals were:

Men's fashion deals

  1. Levi's Men's 511 Slim Fit Jeans, £46.85 (save £43.15) – buy here
  2. PUMA Unisex's Purecat Beach & Pool Shoes, £10.74 (save £4.21) – buy here
  3. Wrangler Men's Shirt, £25 (sane £25) – buy here

Women's fashion deals

  1. Swarovski Women's Tennis Dlx Collection Necklace, £94.91 (save £90.09) – buy here
  2. BOSS Women's Belt, £89.99 (save £9.01) – buy here
  3. Puma Women Carina L Trainers, £24, (save £27.67) – buy here

What fashion deals were on offer in 2021?

Last year Prime Day took place on June 21 and 22 , and much to the delight of fashion fans there were lots of great brands discounted in the Amazon Fashion section.

Savings included items from much-loved classic brands like Dr Martens, Birkenstock, Levis, Michael Kors, Calvin Klein and Swarovski.

Here are some highlights from what went on sale below:

  • Levi's Men's Hoodie, £33.63 (save £26)
  • Havaianas Women's Slim Crystal Flip Flops, £10.81 (save £21)
  • Michael Kors Quartz Watch, £89 (save £22.66)
  • Levi's men's 511 Slim Jeans, £42.66 (save £43)
  • G -Star Raw Women's Lynn Skinny Jeans, £36.52 (save £42.48)
  • Ted Baker Men's Circass Shoes, £36.02 (save £62)
  • Levi's 501 Crop Jeans, £63.94 (save £30.58)

You'll be able to browse all the deals by heading to the Prime Day hub on Amazon when the sale starts.

How to take part in Prime Day 2022?

If you are not an Amazon Prime member, don't fret.

If you have never signed up before you will be eligible for a 30-day free trial.

This will allow you access to Prime Day deals and all the other perks of the premium subscriptions, which includes same-day delivery, access to Prime Video and Amazon Music and more.

Just remember if you only want to sign up for the trial, you must cancel before the 30-days are up.

Otherwise, you will continue to be charged the £7.99 a month/£79 a year fee.



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