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Oak's Cheap, Sometimes Messy Warehouse Sale Starts Up Tomorrow

Driely S.

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La Garconne isn't the only warehouse sale to pay attention to this week. Tomorrow marks the start of Oak's "deep summer" clearance sale at their Bond Street store, where merchandise—including pieces from recent and past seasons, as well as one-of-a-kind-samples—for up to 80% off retail prices.

Last year, at least the first time around (because they held a second sale last year), we found funky pieces from Cheap Monday, Kai Aakmann, and Jonathan Simkhai at legitimately affordable prices, though they weren't super accessible in bins on the floor. Staff was generous with restocking last time, but of course it's always the early bird who gets the worm $120 leather-and-suede jackets.

The sale's taking place in the basement during regular store hours, and there's no end date as of yet.

Oak Clothing

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