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Guys, if you weren't able to catch last week's Hugo Boss sale at the brand's West Chelsea showroom, then you probably want to take a peek at this week's overstock sale in midtown. Featuring a full spread of sizes, the sale has attracted a steady stream of dudes looking for sleek duds since opening Saturday morning. The crowd might not be a surprise, but the pricing scheme sure is.

When this sale opened, the prices were nearly double those at last week's showroom sale. (Think typical outlet mall pricing). Since then, there have been two separate sets of markdowns and we're now looking at prices that are comparable to those at the showroom (except you need to buy multiples to score the best deal). Plus there's a broader spread of sizes and no trek to 12th Avenue involved.

We hear that most of the best pieces flew off the racks this weekend, but there's still a solid offering in suiting, ties, and casual outerwear. Meanwhile, most of the sports coats, denim, accessories, and dress shirts have been cleared out.

Suits are well-organized by size and color and there's plenty of staffers on hand to help with fit and styling. A single suit will run you $350 and there's an incentive to buy multiples, as three suits will cost you $995 (just a hair more than the showroom sale pricing). Similarly, sports coats are $225 (or two for $395). To round out your look, you can score dress shirts for $60 a piece or three for $150 (limited sizes and patterns left) and ties for $30 or three for $75, which is a steal considering the wide variety still available. Dress pants are also a great deal at $75 a piece (or three for $195).

Meanwhile, casual pants and jeans are now $50 a pair (or three for $125) and outerwear tops out at $395 for leather—except for fur-lined pieces which are still $495. The polos in boxes along the wall are now $30 each and bodywear remains without reductions with three-packs for $25.

There's still a spread of shoes, with casual and dress shoes now $95. The accessories have totally been ransacked, but you can still score socks for $7 or three for $15 (but there's only one striped pattern left.) Belts and winter scarves go for $30 a piece.

Ladies, sit this one out unless you're swinging by anyway for the guys in your life. The selection was weak on Saturday morning, and now it's even weaker. If you do drop by, most womenswear is now priced as marked (and priced to move). All the blouses, sweaters, and cardigans we spied are now about $40 to $50, while trousers and skirts are $40. Dress prices are still steep and hovering in the $195 to $250 range. A knock out camel-colored feather trimmed dress is still available in a few sizes for $295. There's also a spread of ladies belts for $30 on a revolving rack near the fitting rooms and a mish-mash of ladies' shoes, with boots topping out at $150.

The selection is rapidly depleting, so we advise that you pay Soiffer Haskin a visit soon. All that said, we wouldn't be surprised by more markdowns between now and Wednesday, October 10th, when the sale ends.

Soiffer Haskin is located at 317 W. 33rd Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues. Ample fitting rooms, credit cards only. For hours and more details, check out our dealfeed.—Kiran
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