Half-price dresses from Debenhams!

Debenhams is giving customers a fantastic Bank Holiday weekend offer – half-price dresses! Maxi dresses are always a big summer favourite, thanks to their versatility. A maxi can look as good at a summer wedding, as a summer festival.

Just make sure you choose the right one – and the right accessories. Debenhams half-price dresses offer is for one day only – Saturday, May 24. So, if you have had your eye on a particular dress, Saturday is the time to get it!

This gorgeous maxi dress from Edition by Jonathan Saunders would normally set you back £120, but this Saturday it will cost just £60. Perfect for a summer wedding, or an evening out on holiday.

Debenhams Jonathan saunders edition half price maxi

Matthew Williamson has designed some beautiful dresses for his Butterfly by Matthew Williamson collection for Debenhams. And half-price dresses are even more beautiful!

This beautiful white maxi, with a butterfly print chiffon overlay, pictured left,  is a gorgeous statement summer dress, and this Saturday is £44.50 instead of £89. Or maybe the gorgeous floral printed flowing maxi, with a knot detail at the neck and a cinched waist,  £49.50 this Saturday, instead of £99, is your style.

Debenhams half price dresses matthew williamsonA maxi dress is a great summer holiday musthave, and this black and floral one from Red Herring, pictured left,  is just £11 this Saturday, instead of £22. In a lightweight jersey it’s great for hot days at the beach, and add some jewels, a kimono top, and some wedges and it’s bar-ready too!

Get the tropical trend with this simple maxi dress, with belted waist, from Principles by Ben De Lisi, which is £22.50, instead of £55 this Saturday.

Debenhams bank holiday half price maxi dresses

Debenhams half-price dresses offer is for Saturday May 24 only, in stores and online.

Please note that we always endeavour to feature items that are available in Ocean Terminal, however sometimes items featured may be out of stock, and prices may vary due to seasonal reduction

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