75% off clearance at Century21, thrifted finds, Pedro Garcia reveal and B&N $2 scores! | Le Hoarder
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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

75% off clearance at Century21, thrifted finds, Pedro Garcia reveal and B&N $2 scores!

Most Tuesdays I go thrifting but today I skipped it to check on Marshalls markdowns. I saw a few things to keep my eye on but walked out empty handed. Nothing at the Rack either so I walked next door to Century 21 and it was a good thing I did :)

Last week I noticed the tickets were 1/3 and 1/2 off - today some departments went to 75% off!!! As always I headed to the bags and sadly nothing high end made it to markdown. I hit the wallet area then back to bags and grabbed a few. Here are my finds:

Marc by Marc Jacobs small travel bag $15

Zac Posen Z Spoke wallet on a chain $15 - got this for my friend S.

Handbag organizer - I kept hearing about them on TPF (The Purse Forum) and for less than $10 it's worth a try.

Liebeskind leather wallet $15

Kelsi Dagger Dunham leather purse $30 (retail $248) - got this for my SIL V but I may keep it...
Faux-leather bag $13 - this is for my SIL V

Best for last - Milly Harper leather/calfhair cross body $35 (retailed for $325). I've always wanted a Milly bag :)

I wandered around men's looking for a leather jacket for DH. They didn't have any on markdown so I grabbed a few accessories for him instead.

$6 fedora and $12 plum cashmere scarf (I got two of them b/c I want one too LOL).

And then there were sunglasses. I hit the motherload.

Not all are for me - I got for DH, my brothers and maybe for friends...

I got Marc Jacobs, Carrera, Tods, Phillip Lim, Dolce & Gabbana, Ralph Lauren, Just Cavalli, Prada and Burberry - ALL FOR LESS THAN $30 EACH!!!! So yeah, I went a little nuts but most pairs were under $20. That's what I pay for a crappy pair at TJ Maxx so I figure I came out ahead here. And there is a reason my blog is called LeHoarder....

I took a quick pic of my new Pedro Garcia's from my last post. I'm so excited!

My coveted Pedro Garcia Talisas. LOVE!

As long as I was taking pics I figured I'd share some of my thrifted finds from Friday. My niece from Texas moved to NYC for college so she came for the weekend. We all ended up all going to my In-Laws but not before a pre-sabbath stop to my favorite thrift store. She needed a coat (being from Texas where they think 40 degrees is cold LOL) so I found her a gorgeous vintage mid-length faux fur from the 60s (looks real) for $25. She looks like a million bucks in it but I should mention that she's a knockout to begin with. Here are some of my scores:

Leather jacket $20. I think it's a VS brand. We both wanted this but it was a little big on me and bigger on her. I won.

H&M dress $8 - I'm thinking Spring :)

leather belts $6 & $8

Tibi dress $10. Beautiful color and texture - looks money. Too small but I can zip it up so I figure it's worth saving :)

And finally on my way to pick up the kids I checked my facebook and I saw that All Things Target shared a tip that Barnes and Noble has their $2 red dot sale. I grabbed the kids and stopped at B&N. Nothing to exciting to report at my local store. I only found a couple craft kits for the girls.

So busy day for me. I still have to tidy up, finish homework with the kids and do my T25. Tomorrow I head to the City to get my hair done. Hope to stop at the Rack on 14th street and Crossroads before I head back to do carpool.

So yeah, run to C21. It's worth it :)


  1. loved the shoutout!!
    PS I've been walking around in my fur coat around my room just cuz i love it so much!

  2. You guys have the most awesome sales in the US... I manage to get some ok bargains here in Oz, but <$30 designer sunglasses is simply out of this world! The best I have done here is Tom Ford for AUD$80 and Michael Kors for AUD$30. I have enjoyed looking at your bargains... Albeit I admit I am a teeny tiny bit jealous ;)

  3. We do - things can get really cheap in the US - but I'm also really good at finding bargains :) My sister and SIL live out of the country and I'm always shopping for them. I was in Australia years ago with my best friend and we tried to shop but there wasn't much to buy (compared to what we are used to spending). I did get a couple cute snakeskin bags at a boutique near Bondi Beach but that's all I remember buying. I would imagine that you can thrift anywhere - I wasn't into thrifting back then or I would have looked. Look for thrift stores in bad neighborhoods near a fancy hood - that's usually where I find my best stuff :)


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