Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Saks Consolidation Sale

It’s that time of year again! All of the designer leftovers from Saks Fifth Avenue stores on the east coast are making their way to the 9th floor of the Fifth Avenue flagship. The discount is set to replicate the after Christmas sale, which was 70% off.

The consolidation sale officially starts on Friday, January 13th but we took a sneak peak into the set-up. We spotted lots of Stella McCartney, Temperly, Moschino, Yigal Azrouel, TSE and Donna Karen. Head directly to the designer boutiques if you're looking for reduced Chanel and Dior, which has price cuts of 60%.



During the summer consolidation sale we found an Oscar dress for $337, a McQueen dress for $418 and a Dolce & Gabbana tweed pencil skirt for just $188. In addition, we found lots of exquisite evening wear including, a tailored black Valentino cocktail dress that is now $777 and a unique embellished Monique Lhuillier number for $641.

Although the sale doesn't officially start until Friday, we are told that the black curtains will open sooner. We suggest hitting the sale on Thursday if you want to get first dibs. Internet shoppers can usually find similar deals online but there usually isn't the same variety of high-end designer merchandise.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you.

Faith J. said...

Wonderful report! Thanks!

Ge Wang said...

Do you know if they have men's items as well?

Anonymous said...

do you know if this applies to all saks or only the NY one?

Anonymous said...

"all of the designer leftovers from Saks Fifth Avenue stores on the east coast are making their way to the 9th floor of the Fifth Avenue flagship." so this would not apply to all Saks, since their leftovers are now in NYC.

Anonymous said...

I just called Saks to see if it was possible to shop on Thursday and they said the sale does not open till Friday. Any tricks on how to get in earlier? Thanks

Anonymous said...

The sale was great for men, got a Vince Cashmere sweater for $110 from $300. Lot's of great stuff, a lot more small sizing then large but it's worth the trip to Midtown.