Friday, April 13, 2012

Jimmy Choo Sample Sale

Well the first session of the Jimmy Choo Sample Sale was held yesterday afternoon 2 pm to 6pm at the Metropolitan Pavilion on West 18th Street, New York with designer shoes and designer handbags as well as accessories, including sunglasses selling at up to 70 percent off. The Sample Sale doors opened to the public at 2 pm however a long queue started forming about 2 hours before this. If you were unable to make this Jimmy Choo designer shoes and designer handbags sample sale yesterday, then don't fret as it will be on again today, Friday 13th April (hopefully you're not superstitious) and better still, it will be open from 9 am to 6 pm. The good news also is that the sample sale stocks will be topped up for the big sale day. However, being a Friday, it is very likely that more fashionistas will attend today so if you are intending to hit this coveted sample sale then get there as early as you can. Also, stating the obvious, make sure that you wear comfy shoes for the likely long wait in the queue and that they are easily slipped on and off when checking out your fave Jimmy Choos to purchase. Here are the pricing details:

  • Jimmy Choo Shoes worn/damaged $75, new unworn $225 and you'll find an array of flats, platforms, heels, pumps, espadrilles and sandals.
  • Jimmy Choo Small Handbags including clutches $250, medium handbags $350, large handbags $450 with $200 being added at the checkout register for all bags made of exotic skins.
  • Jimmy Choo Accessories scarves $100, sunglasses $50 and small leather goods including small purses and wallets $75, making perfect gift ideas for a loved one.

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Jimmy Choo Sample Sale

As you will see from the deets above, payment is by cash and credit card however if you want to avoid the slower checkout queue at the register then take plenty of cash with you, cash is the express lane out.

Hoping you enjoy the Jimmy Choo Sample Sale.

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