Fashion Sample Sale

Sample Sale Review: Karen Millen

NY Sample Sale Karen Millen

The heavy rain this morning didn’t stop us from exploring the Karen Millen sale at Clothingline. We entered the showroom to find racks upon racks filled with dresses, skirts, pants and tops from the Karen Millen brand. To give you some background, Karen Millen is originally from Britain, and it was created to launch items for fashionable and confident professional women. Today, the brand sells in over 65 countries and has many fans worldwide.

Dress $75

Karen Millen items retail for $350-$600 on their site. So if you like their dresses, the sample sale is a must go. All dresses there were on sale for $75, tops for $25 or $50, depending on the style. Do you get it? For 4 dresses at the sample sale, you can buy one at retail.

NY Karen Millen Sample Sale
Karen Millen Sample Sale Romper $75; Hat $25; Shoes $50

Val chose three outfits of different styles and we took photos in each one that are on this post. Our photographer, Ghila Krajzman, made sure to capture the feel of the sale in addition to the looks. In addition to the clothes, there was a wide selection of beautiful shoes, booties and sandals – all for $50. I saw some adorable straw hats ($20), clutches ($25), bags ($50) and scarves ($65).

NY Sample Sale Karen Millen in Clothingline
Karen Millen Sample Sale @Clothingline Top $20, Hat $20, Skirt $55, Shoes $50, Clutch $25

If you have a moment to hop over to the garment district, head over. You won’t regret it. See our images of Val and prices below – as always, follow us on Instagram and let us know what YOU think!
What: Karen Millen sample sale
When: Mon-Thu 11AM – 7PM
Where: Clothingline, 261 West 36th St, 2nd Fl, New York, NY

Shoes – $50
Romper – $75; Shoes – $50
Skirt – $50
Dress $50; Scarf – $65; Shoes – $50
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