Latest Black Friday deals at Reiss: Dresses, shirts, jackets and shoes

Posted: 23 November 2021 1:44 pm

Picture not describedGet stylish this Black Friday without emptying your pockets. Here are the best deals at Reiss so far.

Reiss isn’t officially taking part in Black Friday, so far, but the classy fashion brand has an Outlet sale offering up to 60% off. Here are some of the hottest deals from Reiss we’ve seen.



As winter arrives, Reiss has discounted many items from its summer range.

The Zeta mini-dress with a contrasting grey jersey and white skirt was £145 and is now £65. The Olive floral printed mini-dress in ivory is now £65, from £165. If you want something more fancy, the Leanne midi-dress in camel is just £80, down from £158.


From super casual to extra smart, Reiss has the full range.

If you’re looking for something comfy, Reiss’ cotton jersey joggers in sage or neutral colours could be a cosy companion. They were £95 each but are now £40. The fitted Shannon panelled joggers in blue could be just the thing for chilling at home in and they’re priced at only £50, down from £135.

Miller trousers in striking magenta-pink are a bold look for the office. They were £135 but are now just £75. For a truly sophisticated yet relaxed look, get your hands on a pair of Alana trousers in white. They are made from gently-washed denim fabric and cost £90, down from £150.


Reiss makes it hard to resist snapping up some more shoes. Phoebe leather twist sandals, perfect for summer, are now £70, down from £120. Reiss has a couple of pairs of smart-casual trainers in its sale, too. The Nubuck lace-ups in mushroom or ecru come in at £70, down from £175. Sizes are limited, though. Zhane point-toe court shoes in black are down to £80 from £195.

For all the latest Reiss offers, see our full guide dedicated to Reiss’ winter sale.



Again, there are major bargains on summer clothes in the Outlet sale.

Get the Monroe Cuban striped shirt for £55 and save £30. Great for a sunny day in the park. Another contemporary classic is the silver Bilboa Cuban-collar shirt in silver. It costs £70 from £118.

A warmer take brings us to the Florida shirt in khaki made from 100% goat leather. Great with a white tee and jeans, this shirt comes in at £245, down from £368.


Many smart trousers are reduced significantly in price at Reiss. The Boyce trousers in grey could be a great addition to your summer wardrobe; pair them with a blazer for a cool city look. They cost £50, down from £125.

A couple of other £50 options are available like the Labora and Bounce smart styles.

If you’re looking for a whole outfit, the Latte wool slim fit trousers along with coffee double breasted jacket are worth a look. You can get the trousers for £130, down from £188, and the jacket for £275, down from £398.


For a casual look, slip on some low top canvas trainers in either navy or black both at £55, down from £95. For next summer’s beach vibes, Reiss espadrilles could be just the ticket. The sage or sand colours are both £65, down from £95.

Finally, if you really want some swagger in your step, then the Stepney brogue detail boots in brown are £120, down from £250.

For all the latest Reiss offers, see our full guide dedicated to Reiss’ winter sale.

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