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Sample Sales, Simple


This is for all those poor souls hopelessly addicted to fashion. DC, Designer Collections - not the skate shoe company, is having yet another sale down in club land starting June 15th (flyer). The sale runs through the weekend and is at Sound Emporium (360 Adelaide).

While it's a safe assertion that these sales have started sliding downhill ever since their first days down at Guvernment, there are still some steals to be had. This is the break down of how one should pillage said sale.

Start with the shoes. This is the hardest place to find something, but when you do, it's usually the best deal in the place. I once got two pairs of nice retro Adidas 40 bucks a piece. A month later I found one of the pairs marked at $120.

Next, run over to the jeans (and I'm told, skirts and dresses), pushing anyone in your way to the floor. Sevens for seventy bucks are only amazing when they fit you. Remember, being average sized means everyone else wants the same pair of pants.

After this it's up to you. I like to check out t-shirts and tops. My ex loved the jackets. Some of you might be in line for another pair of Juicy sweatpants, but hey - I'm here to blog, not judge.


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