It’s here, it’s here, it’s here, you guys! The Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale went live at 8AM this morning and will run through Tuesday at 11:59PM. Since this is strictly a semiannual sale– and because fellow Lilly lovers are ruthless, things will sell out fast. Unfortunately, the best After Party Sale deals may be gone before 10AM, so I don’t want to give you any specific dollar values. Just be prepared for classic Lilly dresses less than $60 and tops under $50! Pre-fill out your shipping and billing information on the site to ensure you don’t lose your cart to one of the bazillion people waiting in the queue line, which leads me to my next point– if you plan on shopping the sale this morning, be ready for an hour plus wait time. If the past is any indication, it’s also likely that the sale will break the internet, so practice your deep breathing and keep coffee and/or mimosas at your immediate disposal.
Another one of the best After Party Sale deals is a year-round closet staple of mine. The pink Millie Halter top that I wore in Key West is also on major sale and was marked down from $108 to $34!
Last, but not least, this fabulous Deanna Tank Top Romper is on sale in four patterns (not this coral print unfortunately, though) for $69-$79. The Deanna may be the coziest romper I’ve ever owned, so choosing just one or two of the available patterns may present a problem.
The only major caveat to remember is that all sales are final, so don’t let your excitement get the very best of you. Unless you plan on getting a dress tailored or gaining 20+ pounds to fill it out, don’t settle for something that’s not your size or style. There will be another Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale; you just may have to wait six months to capitalize on the new After Party Sale deals.
What did you pick up from the Lilly Pulitzer After Party Sale? Anything good?! I’m in Maine, and after a long night of card playing with Kyle’s family, we decided to sleep in this morning. Hence, I’m sitting here biting my fingernails, waiting for my chance to break through this never-ending queue line. I’m actually hoping we broke the internet (again) and the 64,350 people in front of me is an error message. Pray for me!