They had a wide selection of clothing and most of them were priced under $25. A lot of it were hit or miss, but if you look hard enough, you may find a few gems. I saw a few pairs of Lucky Brand jeans (none in my size, of course) priced for $29.99.
I also spotted these Marc Jacobs metallic pouches from the Neiman Marcus for Target collection. They were $13.99 (after discount).
Now on to my mini haul......
My back was killing me and I was starving while in the store, so I didn't get to look as thoroughly as I wanted to. I picked up this Thom Browne men's nautical inspired blazer from the NM for Target collection. It was $11.99 (originally priced at $150!). They had the women's version of this blazer, but I didn't like how it fit on me. I also picked up this Proenza Schouler Ipad sleeve for $2.99 (also from the NM for Target collection). Now this is what I don't understand. These two items were marked down with Dirt Cheap's green tag when they should've been marked down to 80% off the retail selling price like the rest of the NM for Target stuff. These green tag prices are actually cheaper than if they were marked down the 80% off (blazer would've been $29.99, Ipad sleeve would've been $9.99). I don't know if this was some sort of pricing snafu or what, but I'm not complaining. I like these prices better (lol). Next time I'm in the area, I'll check out Dirt Cheap again, and make sure I shop on a full stomach and have a painless back.
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