Last Updated on March 8, 2022
Massimo Dutti might not be quite as popular as its sister brand Zara, but it’s just as good at giving us chic designs at high street prices.
Think of Massimo Dutti as Zara’s older, more sophisticated sister, with clean cuts, longer lengths and minimalist prints on offer.
With sleeker silhouettes and more luxurious fabrics, the prices are higher to match, so it’s worth checking out the brand’s sales if you’re looking for a good deal.
If you’ve missed out on the most recent MD sale though, you’re in luck as the brand has an outlet.
I’m sharing the details here — along with many other things you need to know about the Spanish brand.
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Is Massimo Dutti a high-end brand?
It’s still considered a high street brand, but its pieces are priced higher than Zara’s. In terms of materials, construction and silhouettes, it caters to those who are willing to shell out just a bit more.
What is Massimo Dutti known for?
The brand, founded in 1985 by designer Armando Lasauca, specialises in cashmere and wool products.
Does Massimo Dutti do sales?
The good news is unlike its sister brand, which is known for being conservative about sales, Massimo Dutti runs them regularly.
There’s a sale section on its website that’s periodically updated with last season’s items. The best part is many of them get discounted by up to 60%!
So if you’re not particular about getting pieces that are not in the current fashion cycle, you may want to check out their ongoing sales.
Does Massimo Dutti have an outlet?
This is the question you’ve been dying to get the answer to. If you want to save even more on pieces from the brand, you’ll be happy to know that you can score more at Massimo Dutti’s outlet store.
Yes, it has one! You can check out Micolet for products from the brand that are ‘almost new, with guarantee’.
Massimo Dutti’s style is more on the neutral, classic side so you’re bound to find something you’ll be able to wear even though it’s not in season — from cardigans to casual dresses.