Tory Burch Sample Sale

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12 December 2009

WHAT: Tory Burch Sample Sale

WHY: This socialite-turned-designer started her clothing collection before every actress and songstress decided it was the cool thing to do. Her iconic, funky-yet-refined pieces are now available for below wholesale prices. Long V-neck cardigans are clipped from $375 to $85, metallic tote bags are $195 (normally $495), and stacked wooden-heel boots are sliced from $550 to $195.

WHEN: 12/16 – 12/18, W-Th (11-7), F (11-6)

WHERE: 261 W 36th St (between Seventh and Eighth Aves), second floor



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2 thoughts on “Tory Burch Sample Sale

  • December 16, 2009 at 10:23 am
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    It is a very disappointing sale compared to sales in the past. There are no Reva flats, no tunics. And the merchandise selection is 1/3 of what it usually is. There is a nice selection of handbags but the discount isn’t spectacular. Bags retail for maybe $250/$275 and are selling for $150.

    One of the best things is that the shoe line is now totally organized. You get a number when you walk in and they call them out. You can shop while you wait for your number. However, they move thru them very quickly so I would say if you are within 20 numbers or so, go over and wait for them to call it.

    Depending on their mood, if you number is missed they may let you back in but why chance it?

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  • December 21, 2009 at 5:19 pm
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    Completely agree with Gina, I think Clothingline has taken a page from the 260 5th Avenue Sample Sale (HankyPanky Method) store w/ more organization esp when it comes to Tory Burch. No crazy grabbing at shoes or fights breaking out.

    The number you are in line is the number you get to look at shoes. 10 min time limit to browse and try on shoes. Selection this winter was super low… But the improvement in organization was much higher than the chaos that was summersale.

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