If you happen to not be heading out East to the Hamptons you can always head North to Woodbury Commons for their Memorial Day Weekend sale. From Friday, May 23 to Monday, May 26 you can enjoy extra discounts at your favorite outlet stores. The stores are offering an additional 25% to 75% savings for the holiday weekend. To see a list of stores and their special promotions: Click Here.
Notably missing from the list are some of our favorite premium shops. To save you time I made some calls and here is the dirt:
Space (845) 928-3706, the store that carries Prada and Miu Miu, just got a shipment of clothing and bags that will be priced 75% off the outlet price. The boxes have yet to be unpacked but I was told the merchandise will be on the sales floor tomorrow.
Chanel (845) 928-1550, is adding extra discounts to accessories, shoes and ready-to-wear ranging from 40% to 60% off outlet prices. Jewelry will be marked down an extra 50% and clothing 40%. Their Spring/Summer '07 collection of shoes will be marked down 40%. A scattering of bags from the 2002 to 2006 collections will be discounted 60%.
Dior (845) 928-4602, is taking an additional 25% to 75% off of everything in the store. Their bag inventory includes Jean, Trotter, Buckle and Saddle. Woman's ready-to-wear Fall 2007 will be discounted 25% off. Anything older than 2007 is 75% off. Shoes are 25% off and boots are 40% to 50% off.
Bottega Veneta (845) 928-4563, is offering a 25% to 75% savings off their regular outlet discount of 30% below retail. There are lots of bags in the purples, pinks, greens and light brown families coming from the 2006 and 2007 Spring collections. Bag discounts range from 25% to 40% off on bags older than Fall/Winter 2006. There are not many classic bags in stock but you can find some Campanas (not fully woven) and Venetas (with starbursts cut-outs). Ready-to-wear from the Spring 2007 collection is discounted 40% off. Older collections are being discounted 70%.
Here is a list of all the outlet's phone numbers. If you can't make the drive there's always Fed-ex...