Possible with Pay: Celebrate Prime Day with these Amazon Pay apparel brands

Indulge in savings and get some new threads with these Prime Day deals

Amazon Pay is extending the great offers you’ve come to expect on Prime Day to websites around the world. Starting today through July 31, shoppers in the US, UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Germany can take advantage of incredible deals from participating Amazon Pay merchants. Simply visit the Amazon Pay Prime Day deals page to get started.

To give you a head start, we are highlighting some of Amazon Pay’s Prime Day merchants throughout July. This week we have a collection of retailers who will have you going glam without going broke.


Vineyard Vines
Maybe you’re not planning to summer on the Vineyard this year, but you can still look like you just walked off the ferry. Vineyard Vines’ collection of classic men’s and women’s clothes – from designer sport shirts to classic polos – transitions seamlessly from office to beach.


Soko Glam
K-pop isn’t the only Korean sensation to reach American shores. K-beauty has become a full-on phenomenon in the States, but the products not always easy to find. Soko Glam is your one-stop source for the best in Korean beauty, curating a collection of leading skin care, cosmetics, and makeup brands.


The thoughtfully-designed, luxuriously-soft sleepwear from Lunya is made for the modern woman. Made from premium quality, natural fiber fabrics, Lunya’s rompers, intimates, robes and more are engineered to offer complete comfort while also making you feel effortlessly cool.


Aviator Nation
Inspired by 1970’s California styles, Aviator Nation’s handmade hoodies, sweatpants, tees, and swimwear will have you looking like you just stepped out of an Instagram filter. Aviator Nation was born in a Venice Beach garage; today they have ten retail locations across the U.S., with plans to spread SoCal love the world over.


Two Blind Brothers
Promising the softest natural fiber clothing you’ll ever feel, Two Blind Brothers isn’t just a retailer – they’re a brand on a mission. Founded by two brothers with degenerative eye disease, the company promises that all profits are donated to life-changing research to cure blindness.


Public Rec
Think of Public Rec as your all-access pass to comfort – this is leisure wear that can go everywhere. Crafted from custom-made performance fabrics, the shorts, pants, and t-shirts from Public Rec are beautifully tailored and obsessively designed, so that you never look like you’re dressing down.


Long Lost Tees
Sadly, those classic t-shirts from college town dive bars and funky vacation towns weren’t built to last – most are just a tumble-dry away from extinction. Long Lost Tees solves that problem, recreating the good old day’s best branded tees, mugs, and baseball caps from everyone’s sadly defunct hangouts.


White House Black Market
Minimalism, ironically, doesn’t come easy. But the highly polished black-and-white women’s clothing from White House Black Market makes minimalism look simple and elegant. Featuring occasional splashes of color and pattern, their tailored dresses, tops, pants, and accessories will take you from desk to dinner.


An African-owned brand offering high-quality, African-inspired fashion for the whole family, D’IYANU is on a mission to inspire cultural pride and keep you looking good while they’re at it. With collections for men, women, and kids, D’IYANU’s bold, chic styles beautifully blend the western with the African.


Chico’s Off the Rack
Meet the fashion you must have, at prices you can totally afford. The jackets, tops, pants, jeans, dresses, skirts and accessories from Chico’s Off the Rack work from a very simple formula: look chic while being cheap. There are 121 retail locations across the US, but why travel when their website has everything you need?

Visit the Amazon Pay Prime Day deals page for a full list of participating retailers.