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We already stopped by for a menswear report at the Barneys Warehouse Sale. Now it's time to take a second look at the shoes and womenswear to see what further markdowns are in store. Much to our relief, despite the extra 50% off blue stamp shoes and a now extra 50% off WHSE-stamped designer wear, the sale was quite quiet and pleasant this morning.
We dropped by shoes first to see what we could find with the extra half-off blue stamp of happiness. To our delight, we immediately came across a trio of similarly hued Pierre Hardy heels: Wide-strap, two-toned blue stacked heel sandals now for $204 (originally $1020), blue and black slingback shooties for $197 (originally $1045), and blue suede and ribbon strappies with gold piping for $194 (originally $965).
More in the blue stamp category: Lanvin 2009 bronze and black oxford platforms for $207 (originally $1040), metallic green sandals for $127 (originally $945) and pointy toed metallic stilettos for $177; Balenciaga suede black platform spiked heel booties for $217 and rose platform gladiator sling back shooties for $260 (originally $1295); lace peep toe and ribbon tie Manolos in black and blue for $183; (originally $367) and Jean-Michel Cazabat patent round-toe stacked heels for $100 (from $495). In the unstamped category, we admired items like a Louboutin espadrille wedge with chain detail ($249 from $625), Jean-Michel Cazabat python mid-calf gladiator heels ($239 from $585), Stella McCartney silver satin and cork heels ($379 from $495) and Lanvin 2010 denim peep-toe sling back clogs ($379 from $950) and red quilted platform Mary Janes ($789 from $1320).
We then made our way to the Designer womenswear section offering an extra 50% off the WHSE stamped goods and the same 25% off red star stamped items. Here's a glimpse of what you'll find: Stella McCartney's electric blue short sleeve silk dress ($159 from $795) and grey shirt dress with silver embroidered diamond patterns ($411 from $1435) and Lanvin's black brocade strapless cocktail frock for $475 and a rough-edge nude and black mini-dress still for $1191.
Still in the land of the mostly unattainable, we drooled over Balenciaga's grey two-toned leather moto pants with the pleated waist for $1281 and a Rodarte nude woven mesh, tulle and slashed leather back tank for $584 (after the 50% discount). Also spotted: The Row's black leather pencil skirt for $582 (from $3885), a Proenza Schouler fuschia sequined mini cheerleader skirt for $202 (not as bad, from $1350), a Zac Posen blood-orange–hued strapless gown with a beaded waist for $463 and Zero + Maria Cornejo leather cropped moto pants for $487.
We felt more flush in the denim section, where everything is now marked to an extra 50% off. Examples include J Brand straight leg medium wash jeans for $40 (from $216), Prps studded back pocket straight legs for $85 (from a crazy $488), and Acne black bell bottoms for $45. In the more relaxed environment, we also came upon the bags. Most weren't noteworthy, but we dug out a couple Leonello Borghi croc totes still for $1959 (from $3915) even though they were tossed into the bin like used gym bags at a garage sale.
In case you're also wondering, the home items are marked an additional 25% off. The little chairs are dunzo, but we felt a tug at the heart strings when we saw a shelf of pink plush bunnies for just $4.50 each (after the additional discount). That's the update, ladies. So per usual, it's your choice—wait for more markdowns or go now for more choice.
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· It's a Full-On Battle for Womenswear at the Barneys Warehouse Sale [Racked]
· The Best Kept Secret at the Barneys Warehouse Sale: Cheap Stuff for Kids [Racked]