Thread: High-End Designer Stuff Cheap
Any advice for web sites that offer great bargains on high-end designer (even couture) clothes, especially for men? I know about Marshall's, TJ Maxx, Filene's, and outlet malls, and I've had some luck there, but I thought the experts on Basenotes may well be better networked than I am!
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They sell over-stocks, last year's models, blemishes, seconds, etc. They tell you why they are reduced. I've bought many items from them for the last 5 years. Good and honest people to deal with.
Here is an example of some of their high-end clothing.
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I don't know about some of that stuff on ebay. Alot of it be fake as a mug. Those that don't know any better be thinking they got the real thang.
There are a few like Loehmanns, Daffy's, Century 21, Rafella (sp), Ventutto just to name a few. Gabriel Bros has designer stuff real cheap. I'm talking True Religion jeans for like $10 and $15. You have to be there when it hits the floor though. Oh yeah, check out Cmart too. They have Gucci, Prada, Missoni, Chloe, etc.
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Is there still a SYMS in Boston? it was sort of like the original Filene's basement, with higher-end clothes at a discount. Used to be where I'd buy all of my English skivvies that cost a fortune at Saks.
Haven't been there in years though, but if it is still around it is worth investigating. Last time I was there I bought a Burberry balmacaan (the classic belted trench) for 150 bucks, rather than the 700+ it would have been a couple of blocks over on Newbury St.
yea, it would help if there were more places other than ebay to look for stuff. shopping on ebay just gives me a headache unless i know exactly what I want.