It’s still very early in the sale cycle but Neiman Marcus is getting a jump on the action. The luxury department store started it’s first round of discounts. Many woman’s clearance items are discounted up to 70% off, other collections are reduced 40% off as part of First Call and even newer merchandise is reduced 30%, until Friday, as part of the Spree Sale.
The sale is perfect timing for those take advantage of stocking up on new style denim and items from more trendy contemporary designers. Almost all of Frame Denim’s new styles are included in the markdown. We’ve been waiting to get a pair of their Le Skinny de Jeanne Stagger Raw-Hem Jeans that has a hi-low hem. We love the high rise at the waist and the fact that the hem allows us to show off a cool ankle boot. Speaking of boots, these SJP gold ankle boots need to be shown off and are currently discounted 30%.
We also suggest taking advantage of this sale to grab some chunky oversized sweaters. I always think that everyone should own a Missoni knit cardigan coat. It’s an outfit maker. This one right here is the first time we’ve seen it discounted and is currently 30% off. Over here is a new style Markus Lupfer sequined sweater that’s now $270 from $385.
We couldn’t wait a moment longer to get this Alice & Olivia sweater that goes from sunglasses-on to sunglasses-off with just a swipe of the hand. If only one of my loving family members would would show enough appreciation to get this ‘Always Right’ embroidered leather jacket. It would be just too conceited to get it for myself.
If these discounts aren’t enough, head to the clearance section where markdowns top 70% off. Here is a Mary Katrantzou sequined dress that’s reduced to $1500 from over $4000. We love this Marc Jacobs embroidered tweed midi-skirt that’s now $960 from $3200 and this bright orange Proenza Schouler open back sweater that’s $236 from almost $600.
Online shoppers can take advantage of the great customer service at Neiman Marcus, which features free shipping and free returns. If only more things in life were so satisfying.