Paul Smith Sample Sale

— Wed, 2nd May 2012 —

F@#k yeah. Thursday through Saturday, 5/3-5/5, Paul Smith is hosting its seasonal sample sale featuring 75% off suiting, sportswear, shoes, and all manner of striped accessories.

Paul Smith Sample Sale – 468 W Broadway btw Prince & Houston – Thurs-Fri 12pm-7pm, Sat 12pm-5pm – Map

  1. Anon- I can confirm that there is presale going on right nowwwwww…..

    howveer, my supervillainy ways may be leading me to mislead you.

    or maybe not.

    Rex Velvet

  2. Would love to hear what people see when they are there today, especially the selection of suits in US38/40…cheers!


  3. maybe they will have size 42 pants for Bubu!


  4. If anyone heads down early/close to opening time, please post about lines. Thanks!


  5. Got here at 11. I’m the fifth person in line and there are 10 people so far. Well 11 if you count the baby- i heard there might be baby products haha. Ill post an update before i go in.

  6. I’m planning on heading over at noon – any update on the line as they open would be greatly appreciated – thanks!

  7. Hey Nancy, Don’t you think one plug’s enough for your site? Chill out.

    The Beggar

  8. If anyone can share the size and selection of the suits and what type of fit we’re talking about, it would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.


  9. Just got back – room is huge and the entire line went right in. Suits are downstairs and most of the ones size 40 and below went immediately. Larger sizes have a huge selection and will do better. Tons of shoes, all size 8. Some really weird $800 polar bear bookends and bottles with a sailboat (decorative) for $20-$80. 2 Boxes of ties in some interesting designs, the classic ones went quickly ($20/ea). Cufflinks for $25/ea, plenty of those. Tons of shirts for $60, which is a good 70% off, but still didn’t seem like the greatest deal, although may just not be my style. Also have books, postcards, lots of perfume, socks, boxers, etc. The line to check out is insane, however, and is going around the entire store. Best bet for finding suits is looking around the entire place – people were hoarding 5 and leaving them all over the place as they decided which ones they wanted.

  10. I was there about 2 hours ago and it wasn’t that crazy and the line to pay wasn’t long at all. With that being said it’s probably going to be pretty busy after work.

    Lots of shirts left but the shoes and sneakers looked pretty picked over by the time I got there. Sneakers were $60 and dress shoes were $120. Wound up getting pair of Paul Smith Red Ear Bud Boots for $60 (I was surprised, I thought they were going to charge me $120 for them, I guess since they have Vibram soles they considered them sneakers!) and a great looking shirt (deep wine color) that fit perfectly as well ($60). I didn’t have a lot of time but considering going back to see what’s left.

  11. Can confirm lots of button down shirts in most sizes as of Thu afternoon. Plenty of ties but on the uglier end, dig for a gem. Shoes section was a disaster as everything was all over the floor. I saw the staff doing their best to tidy up but the ravenous shoppers couldn’t be stopped. Few handful cufflinks sitting around. No socks really, maybe 4 hideous pairs. A few racks of suits/jackets in various sizes, but the styles were unappealing — guessing the higher end Paul Smith tailored line are long gone by now.

  12. Im the 5th person on line right now. I’ll give a report when I’m done.

  13. Not very much. Table full of jeans. Got three pairs for 150. Suits size 38 and lots of shirts. Nothing that wasnt posted already

  14. The sign outside the door says the sale is over. …


  15. Came away with some great bargains but you really had to dig for the bargains. And once you found them you had to hold on to them because they were gone just as fast.

    Ben Official

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