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The Steven Alan Sample Sale Starts Today (We Styled It, Now You Shop!)

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    There are sales that we casually pencil into our agenda, and then there are sales that require a few Google calendar alerts, magic-marker reminders, and a designated booking to allow ample time to score the most loot — while taking a lighter load off your bank account, of course. Steven Alan is one brand that calls for such attention. In case you didn't catch the 6 a.m. kickoff, the Steven Alan Sample Sale starts today (!!).

    Simply put, expect generously slashed prices on their covetable collection of summer staples that feel extra special. That fits-like-dream button up, chic-and-effortless sundress, and even your boyfriend's fave new bow tie can all be found among their selection of merch. It's one thing to talk about this online-only event — and goodness knows, we can talk — but we'd much rather show you the goods. With an early peek at the best of the sample-sale offerings, we've already taken the liberty of styling our favorite looks from the Steven Alan four-day shop fest. You don't have to purchase these pieces exactly the way we've paired them... but, at these prices, what's your excuse not to?

    Ahead, our fave Steven Alan sample-sale selects. Be sure to shop the sale ASAP, only on the Steven Alan website, now through June 22.

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