Yesterday, when I heard that Scoop was having a 25% off sale on shoes and handbags through Tuesday, I literally scoffed. I thought, "25%? Lame." And that's when I knew my sale perspective has changed. I used to think 25% was decent. You get to cut the price in half, then in half again to know how much you save. But with all the mega sales these days, 25% kind of sounds like kids' play. Even though just a few months ago, I might have canceled plans to make it to a 40%-off sale, these days, I'm pretty much unmoved unless the magic "75%" is dropped. Britt says she's unmoved by sales now, too, unless they're offering 95% off (translation: she's not even shopping the sales right now) - though, she does say if it's Vivienne, McQueen or Stella on the block, 35% off is the minimum she needs to hear to ensure attendance. Hayley says she needs to hear at least 80% off now, and Alex says she always only shopped deeply discounted sales anyway, and I'm sure you all know Linda Evangelista's definitely a no-show unless she can somehow make ten grand off the cameo. Do you find your sales perspective has changed? Or are you just showing up to anything and everything?
Yesterday, when I heard that Scoop was having a 25% off sale on shoes and handbags through Tuesday, I literally scoffed. I thought, "25%? Lame." An