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Lower East Side Boutique Plum Gets Cooked

Plum and Pear back in happier times via the Plum <a href="http://plum-style.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2008-09-15T22%3A24%3A00-07%3A00&amp;max-results=45">blog</a>
Plum and Pear back in happier times via the Plum blog

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Sweet little LES shop Plum survived for over five years on Ludlow Street, making it practically an institution in a neighborhood known for its retail turnover. The owners closed their shoe-focused sister shop, Pear, last year, and now it looks like Plum will follow. The good news: While the brick-and-mortar store is leaving us, its well-edited collection of young labels will live on in a soon-to-launch ecommerce site.

Of course, it wouldn't be a store closing without a sale. Through April 30th, the store is selling off its spring and summer merch for $25 to $150. The Thread tells us to look for Thayer and Gina DeSilva dresses and Ralph & Duchess jewelry; Refinery adds that we can expect to see tops and shorts from Chris & Jaime, dresses from Lia Kes, and tanks from Daftbird. Even if you don't recognize the names, you'll recognize the style, which is very well-kempt hipster.
· Plum Says Farewell to LES with Massive Sale [The Thread]
· NYC Hot Sale: Plum Boutique Closing Sale [Refinery29]
· Plum Style [Official Site]

Plum

124 Ludlow Street, New York, NY