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Whit Is the Big Hit at the Multi-Label Clothingline Sale

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This week's multi-label event at Clothingline offers 40% to 50% off the collection from newbie designer Whit. Clothingline was roaring into lunchtime mode when we dropped in, and the Whit racks were the most popular of the bunch. Even in the dressing rooms, we noticed lots of the polka dot dresses and natty wool coats.

Prices start at $65 for t-shirts, including puffy bell sleeves in mango, stripes, and basic creams. The oatmeal-and-cream ruched-front polka dot top is $145 and a dress in the same pattern is $195. The black version, plus a navy and white polka-dot mini-dress, are also $195. The adorable lightweight khaki peacoat is $275 and a whimsically elegant wool bouclé coat is $295.

Skirts, like a black-and-gold-dot brocade mini and a velvet floral pattern one, are perfect for holiday party season and priced at $155. Super-soft cashmere cropped sweaters (cream, orange and grey) are $125 and longer Fair Isle sweaters are $165. Overall, the Whit items are super cute and will last you all the way through the winter, but we have to admit, they're still on the pricier side for sale season.

Nevertheless, it might be worth a stop in for the entire Clothingline affair, including Ali Ro, Walter, Gryphon (loved the sequin tap shorts for $100), Rebecca Taylor shoes (starting at $125), and Be&D bags (around $325 and $350). Per the usual Clothingline M.O. there's a coat check, fitting rooms on hand, and cash and credit accepted.
· Dealfeed: Whit [Racked]
· Whit [Official Site]
· Clothingline [Official Site]