Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Neiman Marcus Begins Final Markdown

Neiman Marcus is the latest department store to take their summer merchandise to the third markdown. We love keeping a close eye on these famous holdouts because it is an extra opportunity to grab popular merchandise that otherwise flew out of other stores the moment markdown started. We even found various items priced better than a sample sale.



The discount at Neiman Marcus is officially up to 70% off and that includes some great shoes styles too. These Saint Larurent crystal studded boots are even less expensive than Barneys and ring in at just $200 from $800. Here are dazzling Sophia Webster heels and Manolo Blahnik tweed slingbacks that are both $200 from $700. (Better than sample sale prices!) There is also a full assortment of Tom Ford shoes discounted 70% and there are full sizes runs available.

Moving onto handbags, the discount isn't as heavy handed as the shoes but there are still some great styles to browse at a 50% off discount. Here is a Saint Laurent bag with fringe bag reduced to $1300 from $2600, a Sophie Hulme tote is $425 from $850 and this insane (read: great) Stella McCartney bucket bag with hanging lipsticks and nail polish charms is $880 from $1800.

Even though this is the final markdown, that doesn't mean there won't be additional discount promotions. Neiman Marcus often surprises customers with an additional 25% off discount or buy-more-save-more incentives. No worries, we'll keep you posted.


3 comments:

Adam Silber said...

With the way they dobt stand behind their merchandise its best to avoid Neiman Marcus for if their is a product issue you are on your own..Saks Barneys and Nordstrom are much more understanding

Adam Silber said...

With the way they dobt stand behind their merchandise its best to avoid Neiman Marcus for if their is a product issue you are on your own..Saks Barneys and Nordstrom are much more understanding

Lila Delilah said...

Sounds like an unfortunate situation. I really, have never experienced a problem personally.