Thursday, March 29, 2012

Discounted Fur Finds

By ManhattanMataHari

With the unseasonably warm and practically nonexistent winter, we forecasted stores would be holding a surplus of fur inventory. While Bergdorf Goodman's fur sale ended in February, a managers approval can still be granted to allow for hefty discounts.

Bloomingdale's
Maximilian is fully stocked with a wide selection of furs. Discounts currently range from 30% to 75% off on everything in the salon. The 30% to 40% discount includes, Zac Posen, Sonia Rykiel, Dennis Basso, Michael Kors and Carmen Marc Valvo. These marquee names sets Bloomingdale's apart as the go-to place for designer furs. It was the house brand of furs that really caught our eye. The variations of cream, taupe and beige are all quite lovely. Fur shoppers should remember that this week's Bloomies sale event can add an extra 15% to 20% savings to the sales price.
Andrew: 212 705-3335





Macy's
Macy’s Fur Vault is offering shoppers 40% to 60% off original prices. The deal doesn't end there. As part of Macy's charity coat drive, customers can trade in an old coat and get an additional 30% off on top of the sales price. The shopping incentive ends Sunday but it shouldn't be too hard to find something you like. Macy's carries more than 1,300 furs in stock you have multiple styles in mink, sable, chinchilla, lynx, beaver, and raccoon. With prices this attractive it might be worth purchasing a coat larger than your size and having it restyled to your taste.
Madeline: 212 494-1227

Saks Fifth Avenue
The markdowns are a modest 50% at Saks,  but we recently received an offer in the mail for 25% off your fur with a trade-in, 20% off your restyling order and 30% off a made to measure order. The great customer service at Saks is always a lure and beats dealing with the shady fur dealers in Chelsea.
Katarina: 212 940-4465

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Still on the fur bandwagon? I'm not a member of PETA, but even I am offended by this posting.

wnyc541 said...

Saks and Macys both contract with the same furrier...Odd the price differences.

Lila Delilah said...

I found that interesting too.

Anonymous said...

Animals were made for food and warmth for humans back to caveman days! I suspect you are a member of radical peta