TOCCA, Free People, & More Sample Sale Review
Clothingline’s nine-designer sale is a bit of a mixed bag, but has many good deals on summer-ready clothes and accessories.
Free People merchandise seems to have been the highlight of the sale for many shoppers; by now the only people who can enjoy the super-low prices are size XS or S. Tops, bottoms, rompers, and vests are $15; sweaters are $20; and dresses are $25. Jackets are reported to be $30, but I was unable to find any.
Tocca takes up the largest number of racks in the showroom, offering $40 tops and $30 bottoms. Dresses, rompers, and coats are $70; blazers and vest are $50. In the back there is a table of $30 shoes, but most have seen better days.
If you missed the Misha Nonoo sale two weeks ago, here’s your chance to snatch up some of the stock pieces—at slightly higher prices. Tops, skirts, and shorts are $75, pants are $80, and sweaters are $120. Short dresses are $125, while maxi dresses are $150. Blazers with fur are $325. There are prices listed for furless blazers, leather jackets, and coats with fur, but these items do not appear to be stocked.
The bright and colorful Milly stock is spread out across the showroom. You’ll find tops, shorts, and skirts for $40. Pants are $45, dresses are $65, blazers are $99, and coats are $109. Clutches are $45, small and medium bags are $65, and large bags are $85.
Figue has a single rack of clothes, mostly dresses and tunics. Standard dresses are $50, while styles described as ‘long embroidered tunic dresses’ are $89. Tops are also $50, except for the ‘white shirt with turquoise sequin,’ which is $109. There were a few sweaters, also prices at $109. Ballet flats with large pom poms on the toe are available in two color palettes, each for $35.
A table in the center stocked cheerful raffia beach accessories from Mar Y Sol. Beach bags were $30, sun hats and clutches were $20, and pillow cases and placemats were $15. The shoppers weren’t paying much attention to these offerings, so there was still a robust selection.
Nearby, there are three tables overflowing with Havaiiana flip flops for men, women and children. They are $10 per pair, regardless of style.
Digging through a bin of La Perla and Aqua suit swimsuits yields $30 separates, while the coverups on the adjacent rack go for $50.
Clothingline is known for making generous reductions, so stopping by on the last day might be wise. The sale runs through Thursday, July 16th.
WHEN: 7/14 – 7/16; Tue-Th (11-7)
261 West 36th Street
(between 7th & 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10018
By Greta Jenkins
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