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About Lisa Perry

To shop Lisa Perry once is to recognize her exuberant, ‘60s aesthetic anywhere. Among her collections are crayon-bright dresses and color-blocked mini-skirts made from plush wool jersey. Oversize fabric circles take the place of traditional pockets on one of Perry’s most popular designs, while a smattering of geometric daisies can be found on everything from shifts to floor-length dresses. Some of her ultra-mod styles can even be worn two ways thanks to their detachable skirts and sleeves.

Past Sales Featuring Lisa Perry

Sale Ended June 21, 2011

Summer Brights

There's nothing like a punch of color to offset your summer tan and help you achieve an effortlessly crisp, classic look. This sale has loads of great glow-enhancers by the likes of Ali Ro, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Catherine Malandrino—from a coral silk-crepe tank dress to an aquamarine maxi—plus complementary pieces like tops, shorts, and short-sleeved anoraks.

Sale Ended July 19, 2011

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Women's Picks

Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late—each item in this assortment is the only one of its kind left. Find some of our favorite picks, from versatile accessories perfect for the workday to dresses and layer-friendly separates you'll live in all season long.

Sale Ended November 08, 2011

Sunday Night Steals: Apparel & Accessories

We’ve got just the thing for your Sunday night blues: A selection of top-notch belts, shoes, handbags, umbrellas, and other must-have accessories from Furla, Tumi, Mark + James, Cynthia Rowley, and more. Scoop up a steal to help you finish your weekend in style!

Sale Ended April 07, 2011

Noir: Lisa Perry

Lisa Perry’s mod designs are colorful, fun, and always in fashion, which is why she's a perennial Gilt favorite. We’re particularly loving the belted tennis dresses and flirty wool tunics in our selection of picks—and the short-sleeved crewnecks in cashmere in particular are musts for perfecting a 60’s-era Godard look.