Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Herringbone End of Season Sale

Herringbone  Warehouse Clearance Sale

Herringbone have only just announced that they're opening their warehouse in Surry Hills for the one and only Summer Herringbone Warehouse Clearance Sale.

The sale includes beautiful men's and women's summer stock, shirts, suiting, shirt dresses and cotton knitwear, giving us all some of the best and last of Herringbone's summer season.

Get in first for a great selection of styles, colours and sizes (men's S - XXL, 39 - 46, ladies 6 - 16).

Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos accepted.

When: Thursday 9 - Saturday 11 February, 2006

Where:

Level 6,
2-12 Foveaux Street,
Surry Hills,
Sydney, Australia

Times:

Thursday:5.00pm - 9.00pm
Friday:9.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday:9.00am - 5.00pm

3 comments:

  1. Candy_Kane3:31 AM

    ThankU for posting about the sale ! Do you know what the offers/prices are going to be ?

    Ta.

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  2. Renee3:18 PM

    This is a great sale. I went yesterday and bought 3 gorgoeus stylish shirts all in size 8's (I just love Herringbone shirts, the softest fabric), a shirt dresses (I think 20% off), a pair of wool pants and a fab fine woollen suit. Even though heavily discounted the suit was still pricey but hey really nice. One of the shirts in a lovely blue with white striped similar to the signature Polo Ralph shirt cost $110 (RRP about $160). I'm tempted to go back today to pick up some v-neck jumpers. This is a really fantastic sale....there's still many decent buys.....I kust love Herringbone and I love this Chic alert.

    ciao

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  3. Shopaholic Deva12:36 AM

    I totally agree with you Renee.....I went last night but instead of paying
    $110 for the shirts, mind you as you say they are about $160 RRP, if you buy in multiples you really get a great deal and in fact, I ended up buying 5 shirts!! There was lots of stock still there when I left at about 8:00 last night and a couple of us a going back tomorrow morning, hoping that there's heaps still there on the sala's last day.

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