- 6PM – After Christmas Clearance, up to 70% off MSRP! Lots of good options from Coach, DvF, Kate Spade New York, Loeffler Randall, Ferragamo, Sigerson Morrison, Tory Burch, Vince, and Rag & Bone.
- Amazon – Year-end deals include New Year Party supplies, 80% on holiday clearance, and select NYT best-sellers on Kindle.
- Ann Taylor – End of season sale, 60% off all sale styles, and 40% off full-price styles.
- Ann Taylor Factory Store – End of season sale, 50-70% off!
- Anthropologie – Thousands of fresh new cuts, plus an extra 30% off sale!
- Banana Republic – Extra 60% off sale styles, and 40% off regular-priced styles. 20% off just-in styles.
- Banana Republic Factory Store – Winter clearance event, up to 75% off clearance!
- Boden – Further reductions, up to 50% off sale! Free shipping over $49.
- Brooks Brothers – Big Event, Semi-Annual Sale, up to 40% off — and only through 12/27, save an additional 15% online!
- Everlane – Choose what you pay! 5 days only.
- Express – 50% off everything! Sweaters, tops, outerwear and more on sale, prices start at $14.90.
- J.Crew – Extra 50% off final sale styles (with 100s of new items added).
- J.Crew Factory Store – 40-60% off, online only, and an extra 50% off clearance!
- Last Call – One day! Extra 60-90% off clearance!
- Loft – Thousands of new markdowns, with lots under $30!
- MM.LaFleur – 30% off select items; final sale only.
- Neiman Marcus – Up to 70% off until noon CT; after that up to 55% off.
- Nordstrom – The Half-Yearly Sale has started! Check out our roundups here.
- Reiss – Further reductions, plus new lines added! Up to 50% off.
- Soma – Semi-annual clearance; up to 70% off!
- Talbots – The Biggest Sale of the Season! Extra 40% off markdowns.
- Victoria’s Secret – Entire store 30% off; panties are 7 for $28.50.
- Zappos – The Winter Sale Event! Huge selections from MICHAEL Michael Kors, Calvin Klein, Free People, Frye, and Kate Spade New York (100s of options!), and lots of other good options from 1.State, Aerosoles, Aldo, Adrianna Papell, Anne Klein, Aquatalia, Blank NYC, Born, Botkier, Coach, Clarks, Cole Haan, Cosabella, Dansko, Dooney & Bourke, Dr. Scholl’s, Fly London, Free People, Hue, Hanky Panky, Jag Jeans, Kut from the Kloth, Karen Kane, Lodis Accessories, Marc Jacobs, Miz Mooz, Nic + Zoe, NYDJ, Naturalizer, Nine West, Paul Smith, Rieker, Rockport, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sam Edelman, Stuart Weitzman, Ted Baker, Three Dots, Under Armour, and ZAC Zac Posen. Try this link to already be limited to those above brands for women, then limit by size from there…
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MM LaFleur has a sale on some items, but they are all marked final sale & cannot be returned. Since you can’t generally try their clothes on in advance unless you make an appointment at one of their showrooms, it’s not worth it to buy something online that may or may not fit and may or may not be flattering. If their policy was different, I’d probably buy several dresses with the home that one looked good and send the rest back. Instead, I will buy nothing.
Second that. They came to Seattle for a popup a few years ago, and I was really surprised by how odd many of the fits were (on my body). For as much as I love the look of so much of their clothing, I would never buy without being able to try on and/or return, not with those cuts and definitely not at those prices.
I feel you, but I bought a second color of a skirt I already have and I know the size that fits me. For that purpose, the sale is great, especially since this stuff never goes on sale.
I understand this strategy, but I personally think only 30% off is a ridiculously low discount to require sales to be final. I wouldn’t expect “final sale” treatment until truly deep discounts in the 70% range.
A note re: the Banana Republic Sale: Their coats are currently included! (or were last I checked). Sometimes they’re excluded from their promotions, so I wanted to point that out!
Nora Gardner is having their epic sample sale in January!
Address: 40 E 58th Street in NYC”
Bath and Body Works is having a big 75% off sale, plus their fb page often has discount codes in the comments sections!
Need clothing donation advice
With all these great sales and starting a new job in January, I am shopping and editing my work wardrobe. Need some suggestions on where you donate and/or sell your workwear? I usually donate to Dress for Success especially if very professional, suits etc. I have various items that fall in the office appropriate but more casual sphere -dresses and some separates….where do you donate? More interested in donating than selling…there are those community aid drop off boxes everywhere but these are nicer pieces. Look forward to your input!
If you post what you have or an email address and the sizes of what you have, maybe folks here can benefit (whether by buying from you or just covering shipping costs). I know we often talk about decluttering or how tough it is to get rid of things but as someone with a pretty low income, I am always SO grateful when I can find something at a thrift store or through an app like p0shmark that allows me to dress professionally even though I don’t have a typical professional’s income or budget!
Not to hijack OP’s thread but I am also in the same situation where I had to buy a new wardrobe due to weight loss and am selling/donating old sizes. I have two pairs of size 10 BR Sloan pants, two Ann Taylor skirts (I think one is 12 one is 14?), and several tops, possibly more. qwertygirl432 @ y a h o o. c o m (no spaces) if you or anyone else is interested, whether for sale or donation.
congrats on your weight loss! : )
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Get all your friends and neighbours together, make some cocktails and have a clothing swap! It is so much fun and you never know what cast-off will become a treasure for someone else… We do it a lot with my neighbours and some of their friends and we bring everything, not just clothes – kitchen items, decorative bits and whatever else we want to purge and make a night of it. It is super enviro and also a great way to socialize. If there is something that nobody wants, which is not much, the hostess takes it to Goodwill.
I would also check in with your local domestic violence shelter or public defender’s office. Our women lawyer’s group recently did a professional clothing donation drive to donate to our local PD office and DV shelter. Most people do not consider the public defender’s office as a placeto donate gently worn suits or suiting separates, but most offices will keep a “closet” of items for defendants to wear in court or during trial.
Even if they’re “nicer pieces” someone will want them. As the poster above said, someone might not have the means to buy brand-new but still needs to look corporate. Why not give them to a non-profit?
I just finished cleaning out my closet and brought up 3 bags of clotheing to charity. Dad told me I need more deduction’s after Trump took away our tax deduction for state and local taxes. He said I am going to have to pay alot more taxes this year. How in the world did he get away with this and where was Schumer when we needed him? I really don’t understand how I could be paying more taxes this year then I did with O’Bama, but dad says it’s true. DOUBEL FOOEY on that!