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The 11 Best Sample Sales to Shop the Rest of This Month

A few years ago the internet had a collective freakout when it learned that Jennifer Aniston tailors her James Perse tees. This was my impetus to attend the next James Perse sample sale to hit NYC and buy Jennifer Aniston-quality tees at more than half-off, and I’ve shopped almost every sale since (I don’t get mine tailored, though). The next one starts Thursday in Noho, in case you were wondering where I’ll be after work that day.

Two other upcoming sample sales I’m really into this month are Rebecca Minkoff — I still use the two $50 bags I found on the samples table five years ago on a regular basis — and Sweaty Betty, which I’d recommend checking out for high-waisted workout leggings.

See details on these and more of the best sales below, and check out our full list for every sale that’s happening now and in the near future. And if someone’s going to the Wolford sale this week, can you please let me know how it is? I’m never not in the market for a good thong bodysuit. Laura Gurfein, deputy managing editor

Wolford
Deal: 
Discounts on tights, lingerie, bodysuits, accessories, and more.
When: Monday, October 16th through Saturday, October 21st. Daily 10am—7pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Bonpoint
Deal:
Up to 70% off children's clothing.
When: Tuesday, October 17th through Thursday, October 19th. Wed 9am—8pm, Thu 9am—3pm.
Where: Metropolitan Pavilion, 123 W 18th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10011

Soulcycle
Deal:
Discounts on branded workout apparel and accessories.
When: Tuesday, October 17th through Sunday, October 22nd. Wed—Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 10am—5pm.
Where: 150 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012

James Perse
Deal:
Up to 70% off men's and women's apparel, accessories, footwear, and home furnishings.
When: Thursday, October 19th through Sunday, October 22nd. Thu—Fri 10am—8pm, Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—6pm.
Where: 666 Broadway, New York, NY 10012

Sweaty Betty
Deal:
Up to 80% off women’s activewear.
When: Friday, October 20th through Sunday, October 22nd. Fri—Sat 9am—7pm, Sun 11am—5pm.
Where: Sweaty Betty Soho, 77 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012

Fitzgerald Jewelry
Deal:
Up to 70% off handmade jewelry, including samples and one-of-a-kind pieces.
When: Saturday, October 21st through Sunday, October 22nd. Daily 12pm—6pm.
Where: 251 Grand Street, Brooklyn

Rebecca Minkoff
Deal:
Up to 75% off women's handbags, clothing, shoes, and accessories.
When: Monday, October 23rd through Sunday, October 29th. Mon 11am—8pm, Tue—Fri 10am—8pm, Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—4pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Oscar de la Renta
Deal:
Discounts on women’s ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, jewelry, childrenswear, bridal, home, and menswear.
When: Tuesday, October 24th through Sunday, October 29th. Tue 10am—8pm, Wed—Sat 11am—7pm, Sun 11am—4pm.
Where: 151 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012

Frances Valentine
Deal:
Up to 75% off on women's shoes and handbags.
When: Wednesday, October 25th through Friday, October 27th. Daily 8am—6pm.
Where: 80 W 40th Street, Suite 80, New York, NY 10018

MCM Worldwide
Deal:
Discounts on bags, shoes, ready-to-wear, and accessories.
When: Wednesday, October 25th through Sunday, October 29th. Wed—Sat 11am—7pm, Sun 11am—6pm.
Where: 150 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012

Zadig & Voltaire
Deal:
Up to 80% off men's and women's apparel, shoes, and accessories, plus kid's apparel.
When: Tuesday, October 31st through Sunday, November 5th. Tue 9am—8pm, Wed—Thu 10am—8pm, Fri—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—5pm.
Where: 260 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001

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I almost didn’t write this blog post because half of me is a selfish meanie, but lucky for you, the other half of me is such a good friend. Therefore, I am here to inform you that as of this week, Americans can finally shop at Bershka.

What is Bershka, you ask? Bershka is essentially Cheaper Zara for Teens, or, in my case, people who are no longer teens but have similar budgets. Cheaper Zara for Teens carries items like polyester thigh-high boots for $48, fake leather jackets for under $50, mom jeans for under $30, and shoes that kinda look like Doc Martens for, like, $20. Cheaper Zara for Teens’ current slogan, according to its website, is, “we are young we are cool we are now we are Berskha,” and you can tell by the lowercase letters and the fact that it clearly says “we are cool” that Cheaper Zara for Teens is very, extremely cool.

Cheaper Zara for Teens now officially ships to the US; it was previously only available in Europe (and occasionally on ASOS). It also launched its first pop-up store in Soho, according to WWD, spanning two floors and 8,000 square feet at 580 Broadway.

A word of warning: From personal experience, I can attest that Cheaper Zara for Teens runs smaller than Regular Zara for Adults, so you’ll want to size up. And no, Cheaper Zara for Teens doesn’t carry plus-sizes, nor does it even carry size XL, because teen fashion brands, like most fashion brands, are incredibly rude.

It does, however, carry lots of cute shoes, accessories, and beauty products, as well as some really excellent faux-fur coats. Please join me in avoiding actual work to shop for stuff you’re probably too old for. Rebecca Jennings, associate producer

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