The Ted Baker sample sale was an event I was looking forward to attending since I hadn’t been to a sale in the past few months. I had the urge to shop my heart at. The sale came in perfect timing for me since I was looking for gifts for my family members whom also love Ted Baker. This Ted Baker sale was a sample sale, so sizing was limited compared to a warehouse sale. Typically only smaller sizes are offered at sample sales which was accurate for this sale.
For any sale, if you’re picky, I always recommend visiting the sale on the first day and as early as possible to get the best items. For this sale, I got in line at 7:30 am, an hour and a half before the sale started. I was in the first group to get in, yet all the “prime stuff” like super cute luggage was the first to be taken.
Their pricing offered an impressive discount compared to the brand’s expensive price tag. The deals were fantastic, but it wasn’t cheap enough to just grab everything and hope for the best (at least for my budget, it wasn’t). This sample sale did have dressing rooms in the back which was perfect for those questionable pieces. Everything was exceptionally well organized with categories and prices always adequately stated.
The women’s section offered an abundant selection of a variety of Ted Baker products. Handbags and dresses were what they had the most stock in. They even had gorgeous formal wear and high-quality leather jackets as well. Their shoe section was very small and disappointing. Most of the items for sale were not in neutral colors so expect all the beautiful fun colors and prints Ted Baker has to offer.
Women’s Price Lists:
The Ted Baker men’s section was the most crowded men’s section I’ve seen for any sample sale. I, unfortunately, did not get a photo of their pricing, but I texted a friend a few items so luckily I have a few prices to share. Jackets: $100-$195 (Almost all were $100), Pants: $45 Shorts: $30 Casual shoes: $40 Dress Shoes: $50 Belt: $25.
Although stressful at times, I had a fun time at the Ted Baker sale. I bought two handbags for gifts ($75 each) as well as a swimsuit ($45) and leggings ($45) for myself, all for over 60% off their original price tag. Overall it was worth the early morning trip to Downtown LA. If you are attending the sale this weekend, I highly recommend being aware of the price list above before deciding to participate.