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Above The Fray: Tory Burch Still Mobbed in Midtown

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It's the second day of Tory Burch's sample sale, and while today's line is much more organized (at least, nobody's called the cops so far), it shows no sign of getting shorter. After waiting an hour to get into the general sale, you'll be given a deli counter-esque ticket as your admission into the shoe section—where you'll wait another hour to try on $99 flats and sandals and $145 pumps.

We saw plenty of colorful tunics, all in different funky patterns, as well as cardigans and dresses for $95 and tops ranging from $65 to $75. Clutches and Burch's iconic totes are still pricey, but since they're in versatile solid colors, they're going to go fast. Bottom line: Given that a lot of this merchandise is still selling for full price at department stores, we think it's worth a visit. Just make sure you wear some comfy shoes and clear your afternoon before you go.—Daniella Lavian
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