Oak Street On Sale? 7 Things To Buy Before They're Gone

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    The strip of Oak Street that is home to luxurious retailers like Furla and Barneys New York may be small and quaint, but rest assured — it's jam-packed with some of the best shopping in the city. Even so, it's not every day (if ever) that we can go on a buying binge at this pricey district of dreamy retail — a girl's got to pay the bills, after all. But if you do have a little extra cash to burn, there's never been a better time to do it.

    The Oak Street Council is holding its annual Let It Snow sale now through the end of January, which means participating stores (sorry, the new Christian Louboutin store is out) are offering goods at a deep discount of up to 75% off (hello, lunch break pit stop!). We're talking about up to 60% off designer clothing, shoes, and accessories for men, women, and children at Barneys New York and The Denim Lounge, up to 40% off select merch at Scoop NYC, and many more ways to spend your money.

    A complete list of deals and steals is available on the Oak Street website, but you're encouraged to inquire at individual stores for sale updates. Because the early bird gets the worm, we already got started (shocker!). Click through to see some of our favorite picks. Like what you see? Better act fast. Now you seem them; now you don't.


    Photo: Courtesy of Calypso St. Barth

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