When compared to Woolrich's previous sample sale in March of this year, prices on outerwear remained the same while other types of clothing (t-shirts, bottoms, dresses, and such) saw a slight decrease. This time around, tees were $20, skirts were $40, pants were $50, shirts were $50, vests were $60, dresses were $60, and sweaters were $70. Outerwear pieces such as lightweight puffers were $120, parkas with fur were $350, fur jackets were $550, and jackets were $150.
While prices were good, I did notice the selection (especially women's parkas) was not as diverse or generous as their last event. For instance, at their March sale, there was a much wider collection of their signature women's Arctic Parka. This month, not so much.
The men's merchandise had a much bigger inventory of winter outerwear and puffer coats than women's. In addition, the sale carried a bounty of wool sweaters, shirts, pants, and tees for male shoppers in sizes small through x-large.
Situated in the back and placed on multiple double racks were parkas for children. There were fur-trimmed styles in various colors with prices marked at $150.
Lastly, the sale's accessories were definitely worth a look, especially for the guys. Hats (fur-lined trapper hats, baseball caps, and beanies) were $15, wool/leather gloves were $25, scarves were $30, bags were $100, and shoes (men's lace-up oxfords, lumberjack boots, and The Hill-Side sneakers) were $150.
The arctic weather may be a couple of months away, but this week's Woolrich sample sale is a nice opportunity to grab deals BEFORE the weather changes for the colder, so do check it out if your closet is more summer-ready than winter. Finally, scroll down to see more photos and check out the complete price list at the end of this article.
Shirt jackets $100
Lightweight puffers $120
Rain coats $150
Summer jackets $150
Wool jackets $150
Parkas with fur $350
Fur jackets $550
Kids parkas $150
Hats & caps $15