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The Best Sample Sales to Shop Now

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The Best Sample Sales to Shop Now

Before you go trying to save money or anything this weekend, let me just tell you this: There are a lot of good sample sales on the calendar right now.

Two of my personal favorites are starting this week: Swords-Smith and Personnel of New York, which are both hosting major end-of-season store blowouts. If you like indie designers, you *probably* want to hit up both.

Also on the list are sales from Derek Lam, Figue, Pixie Market, and Want Agency (where you can shop brands like Maison Kitsune and Want Les Essentiels at slightly more digestible prices). And hey, if you just need some socks, there’s a sale for that, too.

See the best ones in the pipeline below, and make sure to bookmark our main sample sale list, which we update almost daily. Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

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Want Agency
Deal: Discounts on women’s and men’s clothing and accessories from Maison Kitsune, Swims, Tomorrowland, and Want Les Essentiels.
When: Wednesday, February 15th through Sunday, February 19th. Wednesday 1pm—7pm, Thursday through Saturday 10am—7pm, Sunday 10am—2pm.
Where: 108 Wooster St, New York, NY 10012

Hatch, Two Birds
Deal: Up to 80% off women’s ready-to-wear, maternity clothes, and bridesmaid dresses. Cash, check, and Venmo only (no credit cards).
When: Tuesday, February 14th through Thursday, February 16th. Daily 11am—7pm.
Where: 412 Broadway, 5th floor, New York, NY 10013

Pixie Market
Deal: Sample sale on women’s clothing. Everything is $20, $30, or $40.
When: Thursday, February 16th through Saturday, February 18th. Thursday through Friday 12pm—8pm, Saturday 11am—7pm.
Where: 352 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

The Sock Hop
Deal: Up to 80% off men's and women's apparel and accessories from Henrik Vibskov, Bresciani, Falke, Pantherella, and Maria la Rosa.
When: Thursday, February 16th through Sunday, February 19th. Daily 11am—7pm.
Where: 248 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012

Personnel of New York
Deal: Up to 80% off women’s clothing and accessories at the store’s annual basement sale.
When: Friday, February 17th through Sunday, February 19th. Friday through Saturday 11am—7pm, Sunday 12pm—6pm.
Where: 9 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

Deal: Up to 90% off over 80 designers, including Creatures of Comfort, Samuji, Kurt Lyle, Mary Meyer, Upstate, International Playground, Adam Selman, and more.
When: Friday, February 17th through Monday, February 20th. Daily 11am—7pm.
Where: 98 South 4th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Beacon’s Closet
Deal: Up to 75% off storewide at the Greenpoint, Bushwick, and Manhattan stores.
When: Saturday, February 18th through Sunday, February 19th. Daily 11am—8pm.
Where: 74 Guernsey St, Brooklyn, NY 11222; 10 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011; 23 Bogart St, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Derek Lam
Deal: Discounts on women's clothing.
When: Tuesday, February 21st through Thursday, February 23rd. Daily 11am—7pm.
Where: 261 West 36th St, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10018

Foley and Corinna
Deal: Discount on women's leather and vegan leather handbags.
When: Tuesday, February 21st through Friday, February 24th. Daily 10am—4pm.
Where: 48 West 37th St, 18th floor, New York, NY 10018

Deal: Discounts on women’s clothing and accessories from the past resort and fall seasons.
When: Tuesday, February 21st through Sunday, February 26th. Tuesday 10am—7pm, Wednesday through Saturday 11am—7pm, Sunday 11am—5pm.
Where: 150 Greene St, New York, NY 10012

See the full list of sample sales here >>
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