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Sale, Sale, Sale...the Kleinfeld way


New York's most famous bridal boutique, Kleinfeld, is expecting LOTS of excitement this February!  Mark your calendars, girls ... it's time to snag a few deals.

FEBRUARY 1st
KLEINFELD BLOW OUT SALE
Save up to 70% Off!
3:00 p.m. - Doors close at 7:00 p.m.
No appointment necessary - First Come, First Served
Gowns starting at $799
Veils & Headpieces starting at $99
Bridal Shoes starting at $19.99

Save up to 70% on select sample bridal gowns, headpieces, veils and
accessories from top bridal designers.  Take an additional 25% off already marked down prices.


FEBRUARY 21st
Presidents' Day Sample Sale (one-hour appointments only)
Designers include: Alita Graham, Alvina Valenta, Amalia Carrara, Amarilidine, Amsale, Amy Michelson, Anne Barge, Badgley Mischka, Carolina Herrera, Christos, Claire Pettibone, Edgardo Bonilla, Eve of Milady, Henry Roth, Ian Stuart, Jim Hjelm, Judd Waddell, Justina McCaffrey, Kenneth Pool, Lazaro, Liancarlo, Marisa, Melissa Sweet, Michelle Roth, Monique Lhuillier, Peter Langner, Perla D, Pnina Tornai, Priscilla of Boston, Reem Acra, Rivini, Romona Keveza, Stephen Yearick, Tara Keeley, and many other famous Kleinfeld exclusive European designers!

Plus, receive up to 50% off a select group of accessories.
Call (646) 633-4300 today for your sample sale appointment!
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EXCLUSIVE BONUS:  As a valued reader, THE BRIDAL PARTY can offer you the opportunity to receive a 15% off gift certificate toward the purchase of any sample gown valued at $1,599 and over, and a $100 gift certificate toward the purchase of any accessory valued at $250 or more (shoes, veils, headpieces) when you purchase a sample gown at $1,599 or above during the sale.  Contact us if you're interested!
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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY

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