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Prices Finally Make Sense at Maje's Sample Sale

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If you've held out on the Maje sample sale in hopes of further reductions, congratulations—you've been rewarded with not one, but two more markdowns, making prices feel far more reasonable. Even better news: There's absolutely tons of stock left.

It seems as though a lot of people had the same thought, however—when we arrived at 10am, there was a line of about 15 waiting to get in. Upon entering, you'll notice that there's still plenty of merchandise in a wide range of sizes (though they do skew small), from army coats to leather jackets, office-friendly blazers, suede dresses, silky trousers, neoprene shorts, and more.

Tees and jeans have been marked down to $40; tops and sweaters are $65; skirts, shorts, and K-Way windbreakers are $50; pants are $55; nonleather jackets are $75; dresses, cardigans, and blazers are $95; wool coats are $150, and leather jackets are $200.

As for accessories, belts are now $20, while the small selection of jewelry still left is a mere $10. Shoes—there are a ton of sizes, but only about eight styles to choose from, including suede booties ($95), pumps, and heeled sandals (both $75).

Notable among the racks are cute silky tops, a great selection of jackets, from army to stretch denim and leather, and the vast amount of suede dresses, tops, and skirts. We also spied some particularly unique sky blue crushed velvet trousers, that on the right person will look super dope. Scroll through the rest of the slideshow to determine whether scoping out the newly discounted sale is worth your weekend—but we're gonna suggest a solid yes.