Yep. Target’s at it again. This time with an “up to” 30% off home goods spring refresh sale. Key words are “up to” though. Don’t get tricked into thinking all this stuff is 30% off. Because it’s not. Sale is slated to end today, 4/29/21.
Those cashmere sweaters seem to be a new addition (among others) to the sale section, and are from their “heritage” line. Made with “upcycled cashmere and a touch of soft wool from Italy’s Millefili mill.” Well okay then. 97% recycled cashmere, 3% wool.
Last chance for this long running sale. A lot of us dragged our feet. Now’s the time to take advantage if you do, in fact, want to outfit those dragging feet in a new pair of shoes. Full picks can be found right here if you’d like them.
Verbiage on the Nordy site seems to indicate a fresh injection of items to their sale section… but I ain’t seeing all that much. Kiehl’s is back to being price matched. And there’s a lot of cologne (if that’s your thing). Now, the above Tissot Visodates are the new model (slightly larger, different font compared to the old), and those are a price match. So, that markdown could end at any moment. Everything ships and returns for free at least.
This is how it happens. You find one thing that you love from a brand (namely the Delta Pique hidden button down collar polos from this year’s Polopalooza)… and then you start thinking the brand walks on water. And they might. Don’t know yet. Only have personal experience with the Delta Pique polos. Which are amazing. Final sale though. No returns on this stuff.
Some serious savings on high quality goods, but the problem is the final-sale factor. Can’t return this stuff. And that’s a tough ask for a lot of us. Hard to onboard a new customer to your brand when they’re risking half a grand on what could be an ill-fitting, “now I gotta sell it on eBay” suit. A hell of a good looking suit though. If it fits. Same goes for that slightly unusual, but still super sharp navy/gray stripe seersucker sportcoat. That could be a real winner this summer. Final sale as well though.