Monday, December 08, 2008

Prairie New York Designer Sample Sale

Fab designer fashion label Prairie New York is running a sample sale but before I talk about this sale let me say something about this label that I only first discovered and mentioned in my 30% OFF Designer Fashion Sale post, on Friday, December 05, 2008.

Prairie New York is a contemporary women’s fashion label that attempts everyday to live up to the city where it is designed and made. Fashion designer Danielle Shriber describes it as being uptown chic and downtown cool; never too serious and always ready for fun.

Versatile enough for both day and evening, Prairie New York is known for being wearable and incredibly chic, combining luxurious fabrics with unique and identifiable trim. Bold, large scale prints, luscious solids, and embellishments are the cornerstones of the Prairie New York look: the look that gets a girl noticed.

StyleDash Giveaway Top | Prairie New York | Women's | Designer | Fashion | Clothing | Samples Sale

The Prairie New York collection can be found at luxury retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus as well as top fashion boutiques across the country and internationally. However, right now you have the chance to bag beautiful, feminine and sophisticated pieces from this label at sample sale prices. Here are brief descriptions on some of the items that will be available at this sale.

Wool Strapless Dress (WAS $250, NOW $40): One of the best-selling Prairie New York items from Fall, the Wool Strapless dress was a Fall favorite of A gorgeous blend of ponte stretch cotton on top with stone detail and wool on the bottom, it flatters the body amazingly (available in various colors).

Wool Strapless dress | Prairie New York | Women's | Designer | Fashion | Clothing | Samples Sale

Silk Turtleneck Dress (WAS $275, NOW $40): Known for its luxurious fabrications, Prairie New York hit it perfectly with this Silk Turtleneck dress. Wear it over jeans, leggings, with tights and even belted for the perfect day or night look. This silk knit dress feels like butter against your skin and is also available in many different colors.

Silk Turtleneck Dress | Prairie New York | Women's | Designer | Fashion | Clothing | Samples Sale

In addition to what I’ve described above, at this fab women's designer sample sale you’ll find:

  • Silk dresses & ponte stone dresses (WERE $286, ON SALE $40)
  • Ponte Bib Dresses with mesh stone embellishments (WERE $240, ON SALE $40)
  • Silk tops and ponte tops (WERE $209, ON SALE $40)
  • Pearl Ponte and Silk Bandeau Tops (WERE $187, ON SALE $40)
  • Silk Printed Tie Turtleneck Tops (WERE $231, ON SALE $40)
  • Wool cardigans (WERE $255, ON SALE $40)
  • Wool Bowling Jackets with stone embellishments (WERE $240, ON SALE $40)
  • and much more...
  • You will also find prices as low as $20!
  • Summer ’08 items $30 and Fall ’07 items $20!

Now at these prices you just can't afford to miss out on these great designer outfits!!!

Prairie New York | Women's | Designer | Fashion | Clothing | Samples Sale

Prairie New York Designer Fashion Samples Sale

When: Monday December 8 – Friday December 12 – 11am-7pm

Where: 250 W. 39th St. Suite 404 New York, NY 10018

Contact Number:  212.391.4700

Note: This is a CASH ONLY sale!!


  1. Anonymous1:27 PM

    With the sort of prices these guys charge, a sample sale is the only way to own a peice. My wallet has seen better times of late, so i have taken action and am building a wardrobe of key, classic items, that are diverse, season less and well made. My newest edition was a kstreet nyc tshirt, i cant believe thau mmeasure your bust and waist so that its perfect for you, LOVE IT... looks so fab and is god damn comfortable... from now on its all about concious shopping and no more throw away fashion!

  2. Anonymous11:27 AM

    I completely agree with you... I love all these fashion blogs but I'm getting sick of everyone still lusting over high fashion at high prices which will be in the trash the following season, I am going to check out this Kstreet tshirt as this seems like the right direction to be headed.

  3. High fashion goes for exclusivity and aesthetics, which I think is the sole reason why it exists. Just like overpriced prints, it doesn't really make sense if you take the signature out of the product.