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Kate Spade Saturday's taxi yellow doors on West Third Street will soon be no more, but there's good news for fans of the spunky diffusion brand. Staff tells us that due to foot traffic that was lower than expected, the label plans to relocate its LA shop. While Saturday searches for a new address, it's unloading everything in store for under $50.
As far as the goods still on the shelf, expect to find cozy flannel coats for $50, shoes and sweaters for $30, dresses for $30, skirts and denim for $20, and jewelry for $5; unfortunately, bags and leather goods have already been cleaned out. We spotted a handful of sizes in these T-strap flats, these leather oxfords, and a few pairs of boots, but options are aplenty in these buckle loafers. There's still a fair selection of styles but sizing is limited; there are a few 00 to 4 sizes left, and there's more to choose from if you're a size 6 and up.
Staff tells us the shop is expected to close on Saturday, January 24th; no word on who'll take over the space.
· Kate Spade Saturday [Official Site]
· Yay! LA's First Kate Spade Saturday Store Opens Tomorrow [Racked]
· Kate Spade Saturday Sets Up Shop on West Third Street [Racked]