Lucky Brand is spreading some serious holiday cheer.
More proof that the global economy is in a HORRIBLE state.
Throughout November, Macy’s made $2.327 billion.
Sounds like alot if you choose to forget that the store made $2.707 billion during the same period last year.
In other words, sales were down 13.3 percent in November.
And to think the experts say it’ll only get worse.
But first, say “hello” to Steve & Barry’s LIQUIDATION SALES!
They’ll last five to seven weeks, with some stores closing sooner.
According to AP reports, the inventory to be liquidated is worth about $250 million.
As we know, Steve & Barry’s filed for bankruptcy in July.
Despite statements that they’d remain open, they’re conceding to nationwide closure.
According to AP, the chain “fell victim to the deteriorating consumer spending climate.”
The Race culminated in New York City on Nov. 21 at the New York Stock Exchange with the final challenge in fashion, BE. The Style.
A young designer named Vaughn Jereaux swept the competition with his bespoke evening dresses and savvy marketing tactics.
I’m really impressed by what I see from such a young designer.
Check out his collection.
If these labels ring a bell, you’ll want to head to Chickdowntown.com for their Black Friday Sale.
And you won’t have to wait until 5 a.m. like at those other brick and mortar stores.
This one starts early Black Friday morning, November 28th, at 12:01 a.m. EST.
Shoppers will receive 45% off regularly priced merchandise, and an additional 20% off all sale merchandise.
The sale will end on Cyber Monday, December 1st, at midnight PST.
USE CODE: BLACKFRIDAY (and keep it fab-U-lous!)
New Yorkers For Children and HauteLook.com are having an “It” Bag Sale.
Regular retail prices will be slashed by 40% for great finds by
Designers will donate their hottest “It” handbag to be sold online at HauteLook in the limited-time sale December 1st and 2nd.
All of the proceeds from the sale will benefit New Yorkers for Children, the charity that supports youth in foster care in NYC.
Organize the items into categories: tops, jackets, pants, and skirts. Then organize each category by color from white to black.
Now your closet is merchandised like a retail store and can be shopped. You will learn to mix, match and coordinate like a pro once you’re organized.