The Mansur Gavriel Spring 2019 Sale Includes Dresses, Shoes, & More Pretty Minimalist Pieces

By Kelsey Stewart
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By now, your inbox is probably flooded with Memorial Day sales, and if you're interested in shopping them at all, it can certainly be overwhelming. There are, however, a few that stand out every year. And naturally, the Mansur Gavriel Spring 2019 Sale is at the top of that list.

You may know the brand for its beautifully made and beloved Italian leather bucket bag, but its ready-to-wear pieces are equally as stunning. The label's clothing showcases the same simple-but-elegant aesthetic as the handbags, thanks to the use of dreamy, lightweight fabrics and lots of pastel hues.

And thankfully, the sale features a wide variety of the brand's always-lovely pieces. You'll probably notice immediately that it's stocked with dresses perfect for a summer wedding, like the Floral Embellished Silk Slip Dress that's currently marked down to $600 and comes in blush, sky blue, and cream. As fashion illustrator Jenny Walton proves, its life extends well past summer — take notes from her look and pair the dress with a white button down blouse and heeled boots when fall rolls around.

But if you thought clothing was the extent of this sale, you were wrong: It gets even better. A selection of shoes, ranging from boots to sandals, are featured in the sale so you can bring the brand's minimalist expertise into your footwear collection.

Start with a versatile mule that will pair seamlessly with any summer ensemble. The blush lamb mule, which started at $475 and is now only $285 with the discount, will coordinate beautifully with your summer whites. Or, opt for a pair of ladylike statement-makers, like the now-$345 glitter slingbacks, that'll make even the simplest of outfits seem fancy.

A sale like this means pieces go fast; in other words, you'll need to start shopping it ASAP if you want to get your hands on the best deals. So, keep scrolling for TZR's top picks, and head to the brand's site for even more pieces to snag before they're all gone.