At BBlessing Closing Sale

— Wed, 28th July 2010 —

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We just circled back to BBlessing, which, if you haven’t heard, is closing for good this weekend. It’s almost exclusively BBlessing brand stock at this point, made up of remaining S/S ’10 and fall samples. They’re also selling their furniture, some of which, despite the store’s “Gothic” image, is quite nice. Moving day is Saturday, 7/31, so the last opportunity you’ll have to shop is actually Friday, 7/30. Also, right from the horse’s mouth, the shop’s proprietors tell us there are no plans to relocate at this point.

BBlessing Closing Sale – 181 Orchard St btwn Houston & Stanton – 212-378-8005 – 12pm-8pm daily – Map

  1. OK, well, the great-looking button-up quoted at $20 here was $90 on my lunch hour yesterday, but I guess the prices are falling quickly. I did pick up a very nice off-white house label cotton sweater for $20

  2. Just went…shorts are only left in sizes 28 and 30…plenty of bblessing brand button downs, most of which are going for $30 each. I also got a pretty nice blue striped cotton lightweight sweater (but symmetrical as opposed to what is shown here) for $10 (!), which they have plenty left of.

    I also picked up a Sabatino khaki chino jacket for $60 (retails at $380).

  3. Went in today and the plaid button-ups were quoted as being $50 and not $20 as reported. I’d gone in earlier in the week and the fellow working was encouraging me to simply make an offer on any of the goods. Perhaps it varies based on who’s working on any given day?

  4. Mr. P — I think you’ve got it right. The taller, skinny white guy was saying the same thing to me about making an offer.

  5. There was a plaid jacket/blazer that I found near the front of the store. They were asking $200 – then quickly down to $150 – claiming it was “one of a kind” – meaning it was probably a fall sample that never made it into production. Shouldn’t samples be less at a sale?

    T-Shirts were $10 – mainly in L+ sizes. It was pretty picked over at this point.

  6. Picked up a spring knit for $10 and a Native Son button-down for $40 (marked down from $270). Also, 10 hangers for $10.

  7. If you’re still thinking of going, don’t bother. nothing left except weird odds and ends, and the prices weren’t even that stellar. i was told t-shirts were 30-50. puh-leese.

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