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We'll say this now: you'll want to start planning your early exit strategy for lunch for The Dreslyn's summer warehouse sale, which starts right this minute. Happening at mezzanine 2 in DTLA's Cooper Building, expect up to 80% off cult-fave designer labels and a stellar selection of majorly markdowns from $10 to $100–a first for the cult-cool e-tailer's crowd-pleasing blowouts.
Just a few winners we spotted in the three under-$100 racks were A.L.C. skirts for $40 and under, Band of Outsiders tops for $35, Carven dresses for $85, and J Brand jeanswear for $20 to $45, and Raquel Allegra cobweb tops for $95. Then there's the shoe department, which delivered as always: find LD Tuttle boots and sandals for $157 to $342, Maison Martin Margiela sandals for $160, and more. Accessories include Giada Forte and Rag and Bone hats for $117 each, Elizabeth & James bags for $179, and Common Knowledge clutches starting at $42.
On top of the the new $100-and-under section, The Dreslyn also introduced a sampling of the latest fall merch that just hit their site; although it's not on sale, shoppers can be the first to snap it up. (Plus, no waiting for shipping.) Note that there are two communal dressing rooms, so wear a cami and leggings if you're shy.
Preview the rest of the goods—Rachel Comey, Won Hundred, Athe by Vanessa Bruno, Public School, and so many others—in the gallery above and hit up the sale today and tomorrow from 10am to 6pm. Don't forget to share The Dreslyn's Insta flyer for an additional 10% off your haul—good luck!