When sales start in Europe

In Italian retail chains, the summer sales of 2012, starting in the first days of July, will end at the end of September. Winter discounts on goods in different provinces will start in the first week of 2013 and last 60 days.

 At this time in the Apennine Peninsula you can buy clothes of local couturiers at an acceptable price. More available for buyers are leather products: jackets, shoes, bags. Decreasing prices will affect jewelry, jewelry, beautiful linen, porcelain and crystal.

Most stores in France follow the official sell-off calendar set by the country’s government. The 2012 Summer Discounts are valid from June 27 and will last until the end of July.

Winter sales will delight shopping lovers from August 11 to February 14. It is worth noting that in some departments these deadlines have been slightly shifted, but in Paris they will take place during the specified period.

Traditional sales in Spain will begin on July 1, 2012 and extend until the end of summer. But in certain regions of the country discounts on goods will be valid for a longer period.

In Madrid, they will end on 21 September, in Basconia, Castilla-La Mancha, Galicia on 31 September, and in the Canary Islands on 31 October. However, the economic crisis has not bypassed the Iberian Peninsula and has led to lower prices for goods for many Spanish stores before the start of the official sales season.

On Foggy Albion, there is no set time frame for sales, and some stores hold them throughout the season. But be in no doubt that a couple of days before Christmas, following tradition, leading English retailers will set significant discounts and offer consumers highly affordable prices for their wares. At this time, vintage lovers from all over the world are happy to visit London, which is rightly the world’s fashion capital.

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