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The Sample Sale with Discounted Mara Hoffman, Alala, Havaianas, and More

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Update: As of Thursday morning, prices have been reduced across all merchandise categories. Original discounts are reflected below.

Clothingline's massive multi-brand sale started this morning, so we headed over to gauge the stock and prices. In the section closest to the entrance, you'll find items from fitness brand Alala. Bras and tops are $40, tanks are $30, pants are $50 and sweatshirts and jackets are $60. We liked a map-print tank for $30 and a cobalt blue bra for $40. Across from Alala is Andrew Marc, and all pieced are priced as marked. Standouts include a pair of leather pants for $299 (were $895), a black leather dress for $399 (was $1,195), a zip jacket in "Miami Camo" for $129 (was $395) and a white tank with black trim for $59 (was $195).

Next is Hunter Bell, where we liked a blush dress for $99 and black lace shorts for $59. Hunter Bell tops and bottoms are $59, short rompers are $89, and jumpsuits and dresses are $99. Mara Hoffman is in the same area, and we recognized a few repeats from their recent sample sale, like a neoprene fringe dress ($75) and a beaded lilac chiffon gown ($150). Mara Hoffman tops, pants and sweaters are $50, short skirts are $60, and long skirts and dresses are $75.

Single by Galina Sobolev tops are $48, shorts are $25, skirts and pants are $35, dresses and rompers are $58 and maxi dresses and jumpsuits are $68. We liked a blue Taylor crop top for $48 and a white Morgan pencil skirt for $35. Yoon cableknit and cashmere sweaters (just two racks) are $39, and all other styles are $25.

But wait, there are more brands! Sunaj tank tops, tees, and short sleeve tops are $35, $40, and $45 respectively. Blouses and dresses are $100 and sweaters are $80. We saw pairs of nude sequin shorts for $40, and brown sequin vests are $80. There's also a section for Joe's sleepwear with chemises for $20, cami/short sets for $20, long sleeve pajama sets for $20 and robes for $30.

In the men's section, there are several racks of Proper Cloth shirts in all sizes for $25 each. WRK knit tops and shorts are $30, shirts are $40, and sweaters are $60. Board shorts and ties are $15, blazers are $125, light outerwear is $120 and heavy outerwear (like puffer jackets and wool coats) is $160.

Cremieux has the largest number of items in the men's section, with tees and polos going for $39, shirts for $59 and sweaters for $79. Shorts and swim shorts are $49, and jeans, chinos and cords are $59 (sizes 29 to 40). For suiting and dress clothes, vests are $99, blazers are $199 and suits are $299. Light outerwear is $149 and heavy outwear is $199.

Tables in the center hold Havaianas flip-flops for men, women and kids for $10, as well as Mar Y Sol hats ($25) and clutches ($40). The sale extends through Thursday, so stop by while you still can.