Casual Comfy Clothes @ 40% Off: Cut Loose Factory Store Annual Summer Clearance

Cut Loose Factory Store Annual Summer Clearance. Sale Starts September 15, 2017.

San Francisco’s Cut Loose Factory Store Annual Summer Clearance is their biggest sale of the year.

All summer first quality clothing is 40% off and select seconds are 50% off. And that is off the already reduced factory store price! Consider this your ticket to great deals on Cut Loose’s sophisticated line of women’s casual clothing.

Shop sizes XS-XL.

THE DEAL:

The Cut Loose Factory Store carries current season samples and past season styles of their signature line of casual women’s clothing locally made from eco-friendly fabrics.  Cut Loose’s clothing is super comfy, stylish, washable, comes in fun colors and flatters most body types.

This line skews more to an over 30 crowd since everything is, well, cut loose. So if you like a flattering fit that helps to camouflage that little-bit-of-accumulated-good-eating-around-the-middle or you just like comfy clothes, you will probably love the Cut Loose line.

Just in time for San Francisco’s Indian Summer the Cut Loose Factory Store Annual Summer Clearance is offering 40% off summer styles; and 50% off select seasonal seconds in the back room**  (** The back room is open Friday and Saturday, September 15 + 16 only)

LOGISTICS:

Cut Loose Factory Store Annual Summer Clearance
1218 Valencia Street (Between 23rd & 24th)
San Francisco  94110          MAP

Sale starts September 15, 2017. Word on the street is the sale will continue after the weekend and that new clothes will get added after the 17th. If you are planning to go after the 18th call first (415-282-0695) to avoid potential disappointment.

Sale Hours: M-Sat 11-6, Sunday 12-5

Cut Loose is one walkable block from the 24th Street BART station.

Plenty of (metered) parking on both sides of the street and non metered parking nearby.

 

9 Tips For Shopping the Cut Loose Factory Store Annual Summer Clearance:

    1.  Come early. Deal Tracker “duh” but worth repeating if you want first dibs. On the other hand if you are zen about your shopping you can come at your convenience. This is not one of those warrior-style sales with women clawing each other for deals. In fact, the shoppers tend to be very congenial and the staff helpful.   
    2. Can’t make the sale dates?  Shhhh, I have it on the QT the sale will likely continue after September 17th and new clothes will get added after the 17th.
    3. Dress for success. Wear a tank top/camisole, leggings, and slip on shoes. This makes trying on clothing super easy in their communal dressing room. BTW, feel free to ask for opinions from fellow shoppers – everyone does!
    4. Shop hands free. Leave your heavy over-sized purse home. Stash your cash, credit card, driver’s license, and lightweight reusable bag in your (zippered) jacket pocket. Your shoulders and back will thank you.
    5. Size it up. A lot of Cut Loose clothing is generously cut. So if you are a “medium” and the shirt you love is a “small” try it on any way, you might be pleasantly surprised by a perfect fit.
    6. Inspect. Look for tears, holes, broken zippers, and other imperfections. Flawed but still must have it? Consider politely showing the imperfection to a sales person and inquiring if s/he can help you out on the price. Yup, it’s okay to do this. It never hurts to ask and it’s not personal if they say “no.” But tread lightly –  It is a thin line between a reasonable request and chutzpah…NoteThis does not apply to seconds in the back room – those are all flawed and the price reflects the flaw.
    7.  Ruthlessly edit. Just because it is a great price does not mean it is a great deal. It is only a great deal if you are going to wear it. If your deal is “dry clean” only it is probably not a deal. If your deal needs alterations it is probably not a deal. Expensive maintenance and/or a bad fit usually means long-term residence in your closet, with the tags attached. It is better to walk away empty-handed than come home with something you are not going to wear.
    8. Bring a trusted friend. It helps to have another set of eyes to keep you from making any major fashion faux pas.
    9. Post shopping refuel at  Arizmendi Bakery (1268 Valencia) or Ritual Coffee Roasters (1026 Valencia).

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