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Veronica Beard's Signature Jackets Are Up to 70% Off

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Veronica Beard is packing big bargains into the brand's small Flatiron space. We got a sneak peek last night and took note of what will be on offer when you stop in this week.

The clothing collection is small, with summer and spring styles as well as winter coats and pants. Keep in mind they have back stock for many sizes and styles that they haven't put out on the floor. Original prices aren't marked on tags, but most items are around 60 to 70 percent off. Look for the price breakdowns on each rack to make sure you know whether you're looking at stock or samples.

Their signature jackets, usually not offered at sample sales, are going for $295 (down from around $600). Normally they aren't sold without the accompanying dickey (the zip-in hood or collar attachment). Dickeys are selling individually for $95 (usually they'd run you $150-$250), including limited edition and archive sample styles. So buy them together (as they are meant to be) and you'll save nearly $400.

For stock pricing, tops are $125, pants, skirts and sweaters are $150, dresses are $195, leather is $250 and furs and jackets are between $295 and $450. The popular muscle tee in black is $125 (usually $250), while a woodblock-print v-neck dress is $195 (was $495). For leather, we saw a zip front miniskirt (was $595), and in the outerwear section, standouts include a two-way leather moto ($450, down from $1,495) and a khaki trench with a scuba dickey (also $450, was $995).

There are further markdowns on samples and damaged items. Coats are $175, jackets are $125, leather pieces are $100 and dresses are $75. Pants and skirts are $60 and tops are $50. Most pieces are in good condition; we saw a pleated floral skort for $60 (was $425) and a top with a single stray thread ($50).

Some unusual finds include a limited edition coyote vest for $450 (was $1,795), and sample metallic flared pants for $60. There are also a few jumpsuits ($250 for stock, $100 for samples) in the mix. No accessories here, but that'll just make it easier for you to focus on the clothes at hand. Keep in mind summer dresses and jackets will go quickly, and the sale ends Thursday.