It seems like every e-shop is offering major discounts on summer sale goods. The sheer number of items makes easy to get overwhelmed—so we combed through the marked-down goods to find you the best clothing, shoes and accessories under $100. Consider these the hidden gems of the sale rack. Happy shopping!
Good news: All of this year’s Best of Philly winners are now online, in one endlessly clickable spot! Click here to find out the winners for everything from Best Spray Tan to Best Jewelry Store to Best Men’s Custom Suiting—we cover all the bases.
Want more? (Of course you do.) Check out our boutique and salon winners that appeared on FYI Philly below. Believe us, you want to know about these local gems.
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Remember back in February when J.Crew made a public appeal for your old denim? Well, now its sister store Madewell’s turn. It’s for an awesome cause and we’re totally on board.
Being bombarded with news about just-released fall collections can be a tad annoying when it’s still 80 degrees out. Ease into the new season slowly — I suggest leaving the sweaters for next month and starting to sub in some of these closed-toe picks for your strappy sandals. Here, 11 comfy fall flats that you can snag right now, and wear through winter.
While we’re all beginning to mourn the final weeks of summer, let’s not forget the light at the end of the season: September is in sight, which means crisp fall afternoons and — drumroll — sweater weather! (And yes, the prospect of a good cable-knit gets us very excited.)
Mark the beginning of the long-awaited season with an unexpected pullover that’s sure to be a cold-weather mainstay. The Alexander Wang sweater pictured comes from Princeton’s high-end designer haven Zoe. It’s available online, but we suggest visiting the brick-and-mortar and making a day out of it. (The soon-to-come fall foliage is to die for.)
It’s with alarming frequency (and heavy hearts) that we find a shoe that’s almost-but-not-quite perfect. Whether the color is off, the heel is too high, or the foot bed is suffocatingly narrow, we’ve foregone several shoe purchases in pursuit of The Pair. That’s why we were thrilled when an email landed in our inbox proclaiming a limited edition design-your-own-shoes collaboration with Stuart Weitzman.
Thanks to a tip from Racked Philly, we got word that there’s a sort-of-secret warehouse in Georgia that stocks the likes of Anthropologie, BHLDN, Free People, and Urban Outfitters for up to 95 percent off. Ninety-five percent off. Start packing up your cars now, Shoppists; you can hit up WaWa on the way.