when's the best time to get sale winter clothes?

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  1. I am thinking about saving up for a winter coat, maybe something from burberry and was wondering if u guys would know when the best time to get winter items on sale. thanks!
  2. After Christmas. If I remember correctly it was after Christmas when I picked up one of mine on sale.
  3. thanks!
  4. yep.

    january through march is when you get the best deals on FW clothes.
  5. I love to hit the stores in the first couple of days after Christmas: I always get some great bargains.
  6. after thanksgiving?
  7. Yep, with the economy as bad as it is, I doubt very seriously if merchants will wait till after Christmas. They want those "for Christmas" dollars and they are sure to be competing.:nuts::yahoo:
  8. I didn't think of that - but Thanksgiving should be good. Thanks for the tip!
  9. Premium designers won't mark down coats that early I don't think . . .
  10. I think after Christmas I bought two last year end of dec or you can checkout the outlets. Woodburry might have which be lesser than retail.
  11. thanks for all these tips!!! i was looking at some jackets at bloomingdales and was wondering if anyone has ideas on their winter sale?
  12. I really wouldn't plan on it until after Christmas. If it happens early then it'll be a pleasant surprise!
    They may have an outerwear event before that though, sign up for e-mail notifications.
  13. The day after Cmas is my fav shopping day of the year.
  14. ^same here :graucho: :heart:
  15. Around January ... I always buy things this way ... can't fathom paying full price on just about anything