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Williamsburg boutique Life:Curated's end-of-season warehouse sale is offering shoppers up to 80% off the retail prices on just about everything in the store right now. This is your chance to save on the indie-leaning selection of labels like Miista, Ace & Jig, Rachel Antonoff, Herschel Supply Co., and Clae Strayhorn. We popped into the store last night to survey the goods, and can confirm that it's definitely worth a look this weekend.
On the women's side of the store, expect discounts on pieces like Just Female Own jumpsuits ($55.80), Rachel Antonoff Erin dresses ($92), Ace & Jig popovers ($73.80), Evil Twin Kennedy coats ($64), as well as accessories like Adalynn glitter sneakers ($50.63) and Liebeskind Ida backpack ($81.25).
For guys, there are slashed prices on Shades of Grey overshirts ($40.50) and coats ($80), Clae Strayhorn chukka sneakers ($44), Dickies construct quilted bomber coats ($63), Instead We Smile Which Artist shirts ($37.50), and a Herschel Supply Co. heritage backpack ($55). Click through the gallery above for photos of the sale's standout items.
Sarah, one of the owners, advised us that she didn't have much back stock, so what you see on the floor right now is exactly what you'll get. There are dressing rooms available, as well as a super-cute (but not discounted) selection of home and paper goods.
The sale runs through Sunday at 186 Grand Street in Williamsburg from 12pm to 8pm daily, except on Sunday when the boutique closes at 6pm.