- Feb 2, 2011
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Or do designers make cheaper stuff to be sold at those stores?
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I've seen many suits at outlets that they would never carry in the store. That being said, you can still find main store quality suits at the outlet if you dig.
I dont know for a fact, but I think the pieces are made of cheaper fabrics to keep the cost down, not a different cut. Thats just for the pieces that they make specifically for the outlets. They also have unsold merch from the full price stores which is totally different from the outlet made items too.
How can I, a noob, tell the difference. Stick with designer brands instead of store brands? Or do they produce cheaper stuff for the outlets as well?
Im speaking predominantly for Saks here, because AFAIK, NM does not make RTW specifically for NMLC.
What about Nordstrom's Rack? Same deal? There's one opening near my parents this week I was considering checking out.
Nordstroms Rack is even worse, partially because a main-line Nordstroms is pretty much a Macy's with a piano.
Fantastic. Post more.I have always seen some Charvet, though they are sometimes pretty ratty. But you can do that to a Charvet by frowning at it so maybe I can't really blame Last Call for that.