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There are technically three days left to shop the Elizabeth and James sample sale, but there might not be anything left by the time the weekend rolls around. While the racks are pretty full as of late this morning, sales staff told us that there won't be any more restocking—and that could also mean that the prices are as good as they're going to get (read: don't wait on markdowns).
There are few samples left from the beginning of the sale, but they've reduced the number of racks for them to the left of the entrance. Sweaters are still fairly abundant ($30), but the rest are one-off tops, dresses, and so on.
The rest of the lefthand side of side of the sale space is taken up by the denim collection, Textile. There are still sizes 24 through 32 for $50 apiece, though the majority of it is 30s and 31s—expect the smaller sizes to disappear quickly. There are also a few more racks of denim at the back, so if you're looking for sizes, be sure to check there too.
Towards the back, there's still a good amount of Textile sweaters and tops. We noted a Britney Spears-worthy denim bustier for $40 (from $198), a blue sweater for $40 (from $145), a white jacket for $100 (from $349), and a denim tunic for $70 (from $198).
Elizabeth and James leather shorts are $250 (from $345) and a leopard skirt is priced at $80 (from $325). There are still plenty of Elizabeth and James tops in a good number of sizes. We saw a plaid button-down for $75 (from $395), an knit embroidered navy tank for $70 (from $295), and a patterned crop top for $70 (from $265). For jackets, we saw a good few floral moto styles for $150 (from $365), a leather zip hoodie for $250 (from $895) and a black jacket for $150 (from $365).
One-off tops, like a red print for $70 (was $325) and a white and blue patterned blazer for $100 (was $555), clearly seemed popular. Solid black and white blazers, also for $100, were still plentiful.
For dresses, we did see more size 8s than anything else, but the full range of sizes was still represented (get here fast, size 6s!). We liked a long black dress for $100 (from $495), a little black leather dress for $250 (from $1,095) and a nude/blush dress, also $100 (from $395).
There were a few sunglasses trays ($30) left near the registers as well as a few totes ($15), but don't expect to see any other bags or accessories around. If you're really vying to get your hands on an Olsen twins' discounted design, stop what you're doing and shop before they run out of your size. Check out the remaining sale hours in the Dealfeed below.