At the A.P.C. sale
Dollars spent: $40 although contemplating resale on ebay. $45 for him.
|Bag selection leftovers|
|I saw this hat at last year's sale.|
|The only shoe I found in my size and considered getting. A $40 strappy sandal originally $160.|
|You can take the collar off the shirt for 2 looks in 1.|
At the All Saints sample sale
Dollars spent: $0. Dollars wanted to spend: $300.
|This sequin black dress was originally $495? Down to $160 I think.|
|This sequin skirt was originally $395 now down to $119. I think.|
The All Saints sale started on Thursday so two days passed before I got to take a peek and apparently there were two crazy days. Things seem to be cool on Saturday though and the check out line wasn't as hectic as they said it would be. It's a sign the good stuff's gone too I guess.
I didn't see many things that I liked but there were many promising pieces and sizes were available for most pieces but mostly over UK size 10-12 and up which is US size 6 and up. There were a few pieces I was contemplating since at 70% off, everything must be considered.
The tie around wrap "dress" I almost got but did not end up getting. It was $59 down from $195. It was slightly too big at size UK 10 (US size 6) and really confusing to put on.When I left, there were were only 2 left but saw 5 when I got there. I met about 3 girls trying to figure out the wrap and only one sales person knew how to.
Next time around, I hope A.P.C. sale starts on a Saturday and I don't mind waiting in line for an hour but at least Ill be there and get first dibs on stuff.
At last year's sale I got a skirt and this bracelet.
More shopping went on whilst we were in Soho (dollars spent: $0) where we met Ernest Alexander at his flagship shop and spotted Mario Batali in Greenwich/West Village. Click here.