Shipley & Halmos Sample Sale

— Wed, 11th July 2012 —

Thursday through Saturday, 7/12-7/14, Shipley & Halmos is hosting a sample sale featuring deep discounts on present and past seasons’ stock.

Shipley & Halmos Sample Sale – 8 Greene St nr Canal – 2nd Fl – Thurs 12pm-8pm, Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 12pm-5pm – 212-966-8781 – Map

  1. I understand that men’s wear prices are currently on par with our counter parts, but $145.00 for a basic oxford shirt is ridiculous?! How can this price-point be considered sample pricing for past and present stock?! If you’re a working professional that wants to look good without spending what’s left of your disposable income after rent is paid, I would avoid. For all others, there is tons of stock available. Enjoy!


  2. shipley and halmos was alright in 2005 or 2006…when rag and bone and trovata were getting big. but that was a long time ago.

  3. Are the prices lower than the 50% off they are currently offering on their website?

  4. Their website sale is pretty good right now ($60-$90 for a spring button up, $100 for jeans). How are the sample sale prices? If it’s anything like the winter S&H sample sale, I wouldn’t expect them to be better.


  5. I walked out with nothing. $125 for wool dress pants and button down shirts. Way too expensive for their stuff. Instead walk five minutes away to the Thom Browne store, $125 for button downs 60% off, much better quality. I made out much better at TB, almost the whole store was on sale.

  6. Hudson street about a five minute walk south from the Shipley and halmos sale. Google it. Ties for about 70 and shirts $120ish.

  7. Correct me on this if I am wrong, but this is what I recall for pricing.

    Wool pants were $125, Cotton pants were $75
    Blazers were similarly tiered $225 wool and cotton ones were $175.
    Polos were $40 if I remember correctly, and they are made out of some pretty high quality materials.
    Shoes were $125, and they had a nice selection of current and past seasons stuff.
    Dress shirts were $70 with varying levels of quality (not sure where $140 came from).
    Sweaters (mostly cashmere) $100, outerwear was $150.

    I walked out with a very nice wool suit for $350 + tax, and I doubt I would have found that quality or cut elsewhere for the price. Additionally, they tend to carry pants in size 28 (which sells out almost immediately on surplus sites like gilt etc).

    Not for everyone but I like these guys, they have a cool showroom space, everyone is super friendly, and more than willing to help you if you have questions etc.


  8. Anon- close. $85 for cotton pants and I thought $125 for button downs. Also lots of pants in size 32 yesterday.

  9. They had a nice selection of Suit jackets but not enough matching pants. There was a really nice light blue suit but I didnt see the pants in any size. For $350 it would have been a good deal. Also a decent selection of sweaters including a really nice grey cardigan but didnt want to spend $100.

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