Are you in the mood for great savings on designer brands? We hope so, because Saks Off 5th has a great offer. Get up to 80% off select markdown on men and women’s apparel, shoes, and acessories. Use the code SAVEMONEY at check out to see your savings. Orders of $99 or more receive free shipping using the code SHIP99 at check out.
Our top picks from this sale are the Men’s Revo Detachable Hood Jacket for $104 (Orig. $375) and the Women’s Fifth Label North Collar Short Jumpsuit for $44 (Orig. $110). The short jumpsuit is a great versatile option to wear for many different occasions. Add some jewelry and heels and you have a great outfit for an evening dinner. The detachable hood jacket is excellent just for that reason – you’re able to take off the hood. It’s perfect for wearing to the gym, plus, with the color options, it makes for a nice fashion statement piece.
Our top picks for men:
- J. Lindeberg Printed Long Sleeve Cotton Shirt: $62 (Orig. $195)
- WeSC EAN Short Sleeve T-Shirt: $14 (Orig. $58)
- FILA Old School Track Jacket: $36 (Orig. $80)
- Vince Jackson suede Chukka Boots: $152 (Orig. $395)
- Psycho Bunny Heathered V-Neck Lounge Tee: $14 (Orig. $29.50)
- Uri Minkoff Skye Pouch: $72 (Orig. $215)
- …and even more…
Our top picks for women:
- BCBGMAXAZRIA Lace-Trimmed Romper: $56 (Orig. $198)
- 6 Shore Road by Pooja Main Off-the-Shoulder Floral Beach Dress: $76 (Orig. $192)
- Via Spiga Ophire Over-The-Knee Suede Boots: $163 (Orig. $495)
- Amanda Uprichard One-Shoulder Floral Printed Top: $28 (Orig. $110)
- Jimmy Choo Embossed Square Sunglasses: $96 (Orig. $300)
- 6 Shore Road by Pooja Sunrise Sleeveless One-Piece Swimsuit: $72 (Orig. $179)
- …and even more…
Saks Fifth Avenue was the brainchild of Horace Saks and Bernard Gimbel, who operated independent retail stores on New York’s 34th Street at Herald Square in the early 1900s. Their dream was to construct a unique specialty store that would become synonymous with fashionable, gracious living. The combined financial input of these great merchant families led to the purchase of a site between 49th and 50th Streets on upper Fifth Avenue, then jointly occupied by the Democratic Club and the Buckingham Hotel. With the opening of its founders’ “dream store” on September 15, 1924, Saks Fifth Avenue became the first large retail operation to locate in what was then primarily a residential district. By offering the finest quality men’s and women’s fashions, as well as an extraordinary program of customer services, Saks Fifth Avenue has become the byword for taste and elegance.