By: Eve Orbach
Minor History is currently hosting a sample sale that offers discounts of up to 75% on their leather products. The brand’s focus is on creating more environmentally friendly leather products. All of their products are tanned without harmful, toxic dyes and all their leather comes from animals that were already being used in the food industry. Any brand that is doing their part to help the environment gets extra approval from me. Go Minor History! Even though the intentions behind this brand are in the right place, this sale is pretty disappointing.
Most items are priced at around $20–$50. The style of the merchandise is basic, for lack of a better word. They were mostly solid colors and the designs weren’t all too exciting. (And by that I am just trying to avoid calling a boring spade a boring spade)
The space was large and well organized. Items are separated neatly by item, type, and price. There are many styles and lots of stock to choose from.
The best deals of the sale are keychains for $2, luggage tags for $5, and large clutches and bucket bags for $20.
Loyal readers, save yourself some time and skip this one. Lame options + not so great prices= a 4/10.
What: Minor History sale. When: February 3–4, 2020. Where: 873 Broadway.