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Above The Fray: Not Bad, Clothingline. Not Bad

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Clothingline, a company that holds sample sales once or twice a week on West 36th Street, is currently hosting a blow-out event. The sale is on 'til 7 tonight and, according to a Racked informant, it is worth stopping by.

I went to the Clothingline sale on 36th Street on Tuesday afternoon around 1:30pm. Considering it was lunchtime in midtown, the place was not busy at all. Plenty of room to browse, organized and laid out really well, and there was a ton of great stuff—and it was all really cheap. Free People jeans that were normally $68 were marked down to $17, Repetto ballet flats were $60, and Iisli dresses were all around $50-$65. I also spotted a lot of good winter stuff, like some beautiful coats and tops that would be great for layering, plus a lot of thick colorful socks that would be good under boots for $7 a pop.
It's not $20 for a sack of clothes, but the deals do sound good.
· Dealfeed: Repetto, Gustto, Milly, Tocca, Edit, Iisli, Free People [Racked]