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Shoes, Bags, More: What's Inside the Joie, Current/Elliott, and Equipment Sale

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The Current/Elliott, Equipment, and Joie friends and family sale promises an additional 50% off already reduced prices, and there plenty of rules to go with them. First, know that parking will be scarce if you head to the sale in the afternoon; shoppers are not allowed to park at the building's lot and street parking is pretty limited. The six-day event kicked off Monday and ends Saturday, so we stopped by the scene to see what's left mid-sale.

Once you make your way inside (no large bags or strollers are allowed), there are signs noting that there are no try-ons or split payments allowed. On to the merch: there's plenty of summer-ready womenswear from all three cult-fave labels (including Soft Joie), including denim and dresses for $55, silk shirting or $55, basic tops for $30, leather items for $200, and more—and these prices are before the half-off discount. For men, there's one or two racks of denim and apparel (sorry, guys).

There's also plenty of sandals, boots, and bags starting at $20, and along the walls are clearance bins with slightly damaged and past-season items starting at $5. We're told that inventory is expected to be replenished at some point, but no word when. Take a peek at the half-off sale's pricing and details in the gallery above and feel free to share your experiences in the comments below.