La Garçonne, one of our favorite boutiques to open in New York in the past few years, is known for its minimalist, mostly black-and-white, meticulously curated pieces from the likes of Yohji Yamamoto, Isabel Marant, and Simone Rocha, as well as more obscure brands like Henry Cuir, Jacqueline Rabun, and Marsèll Gomma, and owner-designer Kris Kim’s own line, Moderne. La Garçonne is also known for being rather expensive, and right now, a ton of goodies on its website are on sale, including a whole bunch of items under $200. Below, a pair of $20 Birkenstocks, some $125 Re/Done jeans (hurry, there are only a few sizes left), and a mock-turtleneck dress we (foolishly!) bought before it was 50 percent off. If you’re still hungry for discounts, check out our roundup of items under $150 at the Barneys and Net-a-Porter Memorial Day sales.
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