Saks Fifth Avenue’s final markdowns aren’t as good as they used to be. Remember when discounts used to exceed 80%? That’s not so much the case any more but that doesn’t mean that good deals don’t exist.
It isn’t officially the Saks famous ‘Consolidation Sale’ but all designer sale merchandise has been migrated to the fourth floor and the more cutting-edge designer sale merchandise is on the fifth floor. The general discount is 70% off on clothing and 60% off on shoes. What’s even better is that there is a gift card promotion that can be applied to sale merchandise.
Some of the more luxe highlights include a dreamy pastel green cashmere Valentino coat that’s $1350 from $4500, a Chloe leather mini skirt is $500 from $1650 and an Erdem blouse is about $300 from $1000. Unfortunately, none of these items are available online anymore but we have pictures in the jump.
Upstairs, in the shoe department, the sale selection has dwindled down to just a few racks. The bright spot is that Saks has been consolidating Chanel shoes to the flagship. We found pointy-toe heels in blue or grey are $460 from $1150, Gabriella high boots in teal are $580 from $1450, silver sparkle knee-high boots are $630 from $1575 and sandals are $420 from $1050. We also found Dior clogs for $330 from $990 and Dior sneakers (that look like Pumas) are $310. None of these are sold online but you can browse our pictures in the jump.
Saks shoppers need to remember that merchandise discounted to 60% and 70% off is final sale. So we suggest you make sure you like it, it fits or it can be sold elsewear without too much of a loss.