What are the eight words that tug at our heartstrings and our wallets? "Price tags slashed up to 90 percent off!" If you’re a fashion-forward Gothamite, you already know about the most-anticipated sample sales in NYC. But in this town there’s a sale going on every week—if not every day—and sometimes it’s tough to keep up. Fret not, shoppers. We’ll always keep you in the know, whether you’re into vintage clothing stores and thrift shops, seasonal attire that, say, follows the summer trends or high-end designer labels. So skip all the department stores in NYC and check in with this page often. Your closet will thank you for it.
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Sample sales in NYC
This sale is certainly worth a trip to the Hamptons (you don’t have to twist our arm) if you want to add a subtle pop of color to your wardrobe or amp up the brightness at home. Roberta Roller Rabbit is hawking blouses and tunics, blankets and pajama sets for adults and children, all up to 70 percent off.Read more
This clothier just cleaned out its closet, and, man, you definitely want to raid it. Men and women can snag big discounts on beautifully tailored garments, including women’s Capsule collection designs for Anna Wintour, runway samples and overstock on past collections. Highlights include cotton Flight jumpsuits ($198, formerly $698), which are similar to the one Kendell Jenner wore in Vogue’s November issue, and dresses ($100, instead of $598), while the fellas will love Officer shirts ($50, once $188).Read more
We’re obsessed with these super-structural and gorgeous kicks (and, yes, you can actually walk in them). Seriously, these heels look like they belong in MoMA. The brand recently opened a summer pop-up in Soho, and it is stocked with women’s styles marked up to 70 percent off retail prices. Snag Web Hi kicks for $195 (were $645), Eros heels for $70 (once $225) and Lo Res pumps for $50 (once $200).Read more