SALE ENDED ON: August 31, 2012
Trina Turk’s southern California-cool mentality shines through in all of her designs — from her vintage-inspired men’s and women’s clothing to her stationery and printed fabric collections. Using an unabashedly inventive color palette and a cheerful array of prints she designs herself, Turk creates women’s outerwear that evokes laid-back luxury. Long wrap alpaca coats styled after Grace Kelly, woolen toggle coats in bright orange, fluffy ostrich feather jackets, and sleek trench coats refresh the effortless glamour of the mid-20th century. In 2012 Turk collaborated with Banana Republic on a collection of women’s clothing that captured the essence of Palm Springs chic. With the help of her full-lifestyle collection, you too can achieve easy elegance in her pretty, playful outerwear.
Past Sales Featuring Trina Turk Outerwear
SALE ENDED ON: May 1, 2012
Sunday Night Steals: Apparel & AccessoriesWant to score of-the-moment styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This inspired mix of essential flats, booties, totes, belts, handbags, and more from some of our favorite designer names makes dressing for the warm weather a total breeze. Happy Sunday!
SALE ENDED ON: February 26, 2012
Last Chance: Winter Apparel Up to 80% OffThere’s still time to pick up stylish wintertime staples before spring hits — and the prices on these cold-weather items in this generous selection have been dramatically reduced. Today’s sale features essentials like belted peacoats and elegant wool numbers, along with cozy separates so chic they'll have you wishing for a few more months of winter.
SALE ENDED ON: January 26, 2012
Polished Classic DressingWe probably have a certain '60s-set TV show to thank for the widespread resurgence of that era's classically elegant silhouette. But no matter where it came from, we'd still adore this trend: Think flattering wrap dresses, curve-hugging sheaths, tweed coats, and lovely cardigans — all perfect for getting in touch with your inner uptown girl.
SALE ENDED ON: January 20, 2012