A new website design can feel like getting a whole new wardrobe. Exhilarating, exciting, and kind of anxiety-inducing if we’re being honest. Either way, the moment your new design goes live on your website, you instantly want everyone to see it (but also for no one to see it in case for some reason it’s not as awesome as you built it up to be in your head, you know what I mean? See: anxiety-inducing). Since I don’t want to spend the kind of money to get a company like Santa Cruz web design to design my website without flaws, I have to brace the rollercoaster of being the webmaster!
Tulle is using their website redesign as an excuse to hold a huge sale, which I always find acceptable.
Take 40% off everything on Tulle4Us.com (+Free Shipping!) today & tomorrow with code: NEW40
I’m particularly delighted that this sale is site-wide because… everything seems to be on sale already…?
So on top of the 40% off, you’re dealing with pre-existing 40-80% discounts on jackets, dresses, pants… you know. Clothes. That’s what they sell, they sell clothes.
Tulle has always meant “tailored” to me. Their clothes have an old-school structural feel that reminds me of my grandpa’s hand-sewn shirts that lasted him through decades. The prices are low and attainable, but they’re far from fast fashion. In fact, Tulle’s 15th birthday was just last year, and they’re gliding through this (hopefully ending) era of low-quality, fast fashion with ease.
…And they certainly know how to throw a party.