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Tory Burch's Sample Sale Is Still Going Strong: Here's What's Left

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Update: As of Wednesday morning, price reductions were taken select merchandise in all categories, though the sale host didn't specify these discounts. Original sale prices are reflected below.

We stopped by Tory Burch again to see how the stock held up after the crazy Sunday sale crowd, and found ourselves pleasantly surprised. Though certain styles have been picked over, we found a good amount of sizes for a lot of tops and bottoms that we saw over the weekend.

For dresses, we spotted the Fae and Julia gowns, although size selection is dwindling. Caftans are still plentiful. The leather skirts and dresses that we saw on Sunday are very scarce at this point, but there are a lot of lace options like the Trixy dress for $150 (was $595), as well as more casual styles like the navy Reagan (was $350) and the fitted Myrtle.

Tops, jackets and blazers are the most abundant. We saw a Polina sweater for $115 (was $275), a navy short-sleeve Pierce sweater for $115, and a Boria belted tunic for $95 (was $250). An Evie jacket is $195 (was $395), and plenty of Tory tunics are $95 (from $295).

For bottoms, many pants and skirts remain, plus a lot of the shorts we saw on Sunday. We noted a blue and white Piera skirt for $85, Amanda short shorts (were $175), and a black and white woven skirt (was $495). We also liked the light pink Harp pants for $85 (were $250).

Shoes are pretty limited, size-wise, and a couple of styles are completely gone. There are a few espadrilles and sandals, one bootie style, a sneaker, and a few different flats remaining. Customers still need to pick the style they're interested in from the viewing case, and limit their time in the shoe section. Prices range from $70 to $200.

Bags are still stocked, with prices between $95 and $250. We noted large shoulder bags for $150, a chain strap cross-body for $195, and mini cross-body bags behind the counter for $95 each (note, the poppy coral color is running out). Head over at your leisure, since crowds have calmed down quite a bit.