Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Cheap Skirt Suits from Clothing Factory Outlet

Cheap skirt suits
Skirt suits are useful if you're planning on interviewing for a new job, or if you want to develop a more professional or authoritative appearance in your current position. Clothing Factory Outlet offers big discounts on womens' suits, from labels such as Jones New York, Chencelle, Tahari, Kasper, Le Suit and Evan Picone. At the time of our visit, we saw quite a few skirt suits in the $60. range. The options are plentiful if you are looking to buy a pant suit, skirt suit or dress suit for less than $100. The website also has a "superclearance" section, and a section for church suits, featuring suit dresses that are a bit more frilly (prints, patterns and ruffles).

Monday, April 18, 2011

Discounted Designer Dresses from Last Call by Neiman Marcus

Discounted designer dresses
Everyone knows the name Neiman Marcus. The name is synonymous with fine fashion. If you pass up the store or the website, thinking that the clothes there are out of your price range, then you may want to visit Last Call by Neiman Marcus. The Last Call website is loaded with discounted product from names such as Juicy Couture, Anne Klein, Dolce Vita, Shelli Segal, Michael Kors, Ali Ro, Marc New York and others. Many of the dresses are still a bit pricey, but they are deeply discounted from their original prices. The selection is quite extensive, including jersey dresses, tank sheath dresses, belted Jacquard dresses, draped-neck dresses and more.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Rent Your Dream Dress in a Netflix-like Manner

Formal dress rental
Have you found the perfect dress for your event, but the price tag dampens your dream? Rent The Runway is working to put your favorite frocks within reach--as rentals. At the time of our visit, the company offered product from nearly 100 different labels, including names you know: Badgley Mischka, Calvin Klein, Nicole Miller, Nina Ricci and more. The website invites members (free membership as of this writing) to enter the date of their event, their dress size and their zip code. After a customer selects a dress, she'll receive it in the mail. After the event, she sends it back in a pre-paid envelope. The website has a lot of interesting and helpful content, including information about insurance and testimonials. There's an email form, a phone number and a chat widget so that you may ask specific questions as you're considering involvement. Certainly an innovative idea!