Long Dresses


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9 July 2013

WHAT: Saks Online Consolidation Sale

WHY: Up to 70% off designer ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories at the Saks Online Consolidation Sale.

Includes merchandise from labels like Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, Jason Wu, Marni, Oscar de la Renta, and more.

Select merchandise only. Shop online at Saks.com

WHEN: Starts 7/19

WHERE: Online – Saks.com

 



Posted by Bindra at 01:09 AM
Handbags & Accessories , Men's Clothing , Men's Footwear , Other Online Sales , Today's Sales , Women's Clothing , Women's Footwear |


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9 July 2013

WHAT: Saks Consolidation Sale

WHY: Up to 70% off designer ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories at the Saks Consolidation Sale.

Includes merchandise from labels like Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, Jason Wu, Marni, Oscar de la Renta, and more.

Select merchandise only. In select store and online at Saks.com

Saks Consolidation Sale

WHEN: 7/19 – 8/18; M-Sat (10-8), Sun (11-7)

WHERE: 611 5th Avenue
New York, NY
(212-753-4000)
Online – Saks.com

SUBMITTED BY: TheStylishCity.com

For the complete list of today’s sales and sample sales check HERE



Posted by Bindra at 01:08 AM
Handbags & Accessories , Men's Clothing , Men's Footwear , NYC Retail Sales , NYC Sample Sales & Retail Sales , Today's Sales , Women's Clothing , Women's Footwear |


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19 June 2013

WHAT: Helmut Lang Sample Sale

WHY: Womenswear at a discount at the Helmut Lang Sample Sale. Shop signature tops, impeccably tailored jackets, denim and more – at truly insider prices.

  • Leather leggings: $552 (orig. $920)
  • Fitted moto jackets: $717 (orig. $1,195)
  • Sheer cap-sleeve dresses: $351 (orig. $585)

Get Exclusive Early Access on June 25th from 9AM to 7PM, plus merchandise credit.
(public sale starts June 26th).
Click here to get it at Gilt City

Helmut Lang Sample Sale

WHEN: 6/26 – 6/30

WHERE: 93 Mercer Street
between Spring and Broome Sts
(212-242-3240)

SUBMITTED BY: TheStylishCity.com

For the complete list of today’s sales and sample sales check HERE



Posted by Bindra at 02:41 AM
Calendar Pick , NYC Sample Sales & Retail Sales , Sample Sales NYC , Today's Sales , Women's Clothing |

What would a New York bargain savvy girl do with that old bridesmaid dress?


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16 June 2009

“Something old, something new.”  The saying that rings from every chapel, backyard reception and simple civil ceremony in New York City, celebrating the vow of marriage and eternal wedded bliss.  And with that charming ring comes the bride; with the bride come her bridesmaids dressed in colors, fabrics and textures of complementing dresses that are often worn once, then stored for safe keeping in the deep throes of a closet, never to see daylight again.  

 

27 dresses

As a sister of a soon-to-be-bride and a bridesmaid many times over, I can’t tell you how many times a seamstress has gushed over my taffeta or lace-spiked bridesmaid dress, insisting I can wear it again.  But how, and where?  Do you just toss on leggings underneath a tea length yellow chiffon number and call it a day, or is there more to it?  The answer is that there is more to it – if you’re willing to go the extra mile.  Designers like Coren Moore, who created the dresses for my sister’s wedding, have gotten hip to the multi-million dollar wedding industry’s demands for bridesmaid dresses that are more black tie than black plague and can be worn again as-is.  My dress, reminiscent of a raspberry sorbet dessert, will look great when paired with fishnets and black satin pumps for a winter holiday party come December – once I wear it down the aisle with nude pumps and a hydrangea bouquet in a few weeks, of course.

Other options include:  having your dress shortened (or lengthened with extra fabric from the manufacturer or otherwise); adding a belt or straps; lowering the neckline; and, having an overlay (think sheer fabrics, like mesh or lace) attached.  If getting frisky with a sewing machine isn’t your thing, a good tailor can do this for you for a fraction of the cost of the dress itself – just bring your own creativity – or you can find a design student from a school like Parsons or FIT to make your old dress their guinea pig.  Now, what to do about that bouquet?

 

 



Posted by Staff Writer at 12:00 AM
APPAREL , bargain news , STYLE/BEAUTY |

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