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While New York has been shopping the likes of Scotch & Soda, Ohne Titel, and Paul Andrew this week, Connecticut had its own formidable sample sale: Tibi. Fashion blogger Le Hoarder took the road trip up to Stamford—where the label decided to hold this year's sale—and brand fans who have the time to hop on Metro North today might want to do so before the sale wraps up at 5pm today.
Like at past sales, boxes of $25 dresses (which the blog notes were originally priced up to $300) were available in spades; but unlike at past sales, the $25 sample shoes were conspicuously missing. Stock shoes were still available though, and at pretty competitive prices: $50 for flats, $75 for heels, and $100 for boots.
As for clothing, resort and pre-spring merchandise was 70% off, and the spring 2015 collection was 50% off—that meant that everything was priced between $50 and $150, with dresses and jumpsuits for $100, tops for $50, and skirts for $65. And as in previous years, a majority of the selection was in the sample size 4/6.
Take a look at the merchandise here, noting that this was what was available during the friends and family preview on Tuesday afternoon (which this blogger had no problem entering without an invite). If there's a particular size or style you're interested in—or you just want to know if those $25 dresses are left—you might want to try calling the sale space's number at (203) 357-7400 to get more information before heading to Grand Central.