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post #61 of 5167
Anyone know if prices are reduced for the last day of the Bellino sale?
post #62 of 5167
Thread Starter 
I am going there tomorrow morning. Tomorrow is the last day, right? Do they have matching duvet cover? How much? I think $100 for a Queen set is a very good deal.
post #63 of 5167
Ah, I misread it and thought today was the last day. If only they had colors other than white in the $100 hotel collection sheet sets...
post #64 of 5167
Thread Starter 
Bellino sales: prices further reduced for many but not all items. The Hotel and Sateen queen sets are still $100 & $200 but the Jacquard sets are reduced to $200 from $300. Very good deals on the Sateen individual items, for example, the Sateen duvet covers (orig. $309) and queen fitted sheet are $50 each, a pair of pillow or sham cases $20. You'd get a better prices if you buy the Sateen individually than as a set. Selections are still very good, especially on the Sateen.

I bought 2 duvet covers, 1 queen fitted sheet and 2 pairs of pillow cases, all of them are Sateen and a Jacquard set.

FYI, Hotels are 300TC, Sateens 400-450TC, Jacquard 500-600TC.
post #65 of 5167
In the spirit of sales, is this the best price I'll ever find Bellino sheets for? I'm not in the market for new sheets, but does it pay to just buy now?
post #66 of 5167
Thread Starter 
A Jacquard queen set retails about $1200. ABC Carpet & Home, Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale's and Takashimaya carry it in NYC, so you can check the retail prices.

Forgot to add, all bath robes are $30.
post #67 of 5167
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Originally Posted by von Rothbart
Forgot to add, all bath robes are $30.

How nice are they? What was the original retail, and how was the selection. Thanks!
post #68 of 5167
Thread Starter 
The bath robes are very nice, better than the Frette that I have. My Frette terry cloth robe is thick while the Bellino is thinner and more refined. They have terry cloth and a more textural checkered pattern with sizes M, L & XL to choose from, I think they are unisex.

I may go back this afternoon before they close at 5pm.
post #69 of 5167
Thanks for the update, von Rothbart.
post #70 of 5167
I'll keep this thread alive. Sakes has dress shirts on sale, mostly stuff like Armani/Canali/Boss, but there's quite a few Borrelli's for about $275.
post #71 of 5167
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Originally Posted by BrooklynMike
quite a few Borrelli's for about $275.
post #72 of 5167
Daffy's on 34th street is clearing out a lot of merchandise, particularly trousers. Take 50% off everything already on sale. I picked up three pairs of nice, Italian made cotton pants for around $7 each. Always fun when it costs more to hem the pants than buy them!
post #73 of 5167
Daffy's on Broadway downtown has the Polo "Bentley Driver Loafer" for either $150 or $200, forget which. Quite a few pairs. Seem nice, but WAY overpriced at the original $400.

post #74 of 5167
I'm traveling from DC to NY this weekend. Are there any other good sales or stores I should hit up? Does C21 have anything worth seeing these days?
post #75 of 5167
Not sure what you'd be shopping for, but C21 has some nice ties for $40, Zanella trousers around $120, and a lot of Corneliani sportcoats around $400. A few nice suits, but no shocking bargains. They haven't started the spring/summer mark downs yet.
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