5 Ridiculously Good Deals You Can Score at the DC Gilt City Warehouse Sale

No shoving or trampling, please.

There are few things shopping addicts love more than a warehouse sale, and the Gilt City’s biannual sale is generally worth the anticipation, with its room full of racks of designer clothing, shoes, accessories, and home decor, at prices up to 80 percent off retail. This year’s event this weekend is promising to live up to the hype with pieces from the collections of Badgley Mischka, Helmut Lang, Vera Wang, Oscar de la Renta, and Carolina Herrera, to name a few.

Tickets are sold for two-hour shopping windows, and they’re priced at $10 on Saturday, June 13, with an option to get in before the crowds with a late-night entrance on Friday, June 12, for $20. All attendees will receive complimentary beverages and snacks while they shop, but if that’s not enough to tempt you, check out a few of the items that will be for sale at crazy reduced prices.

1. This buttery, asymmetrical leather jacket by Helmut Lang.

This Petal Leather Jacket is originally priced at $1,112. Sale price: $222.40.

2. This sleek red sheath dress by Zac Posen.

This Strapless Eyelet Sheath Dress is originally priced at $2,490. Sale price: $498.

3. These playful palazzo pants by Vera Wang.

These Silk Palazzo Trousers are originally priced at $750. Sale price: $150.

4. These sassy cat-eye sunnies by Tom Ford.

These Anastasia Cat Eye Frames are originally priced at $360. Sale price: $72.

5. This perfect-for-fall wool dress by M Missoni.

This Wool Raglan Sleeve A-line Dress is originally priced at $895. Sale price: $179.

The Gilt City Warehouse Sale will take place at Dock5 at Union Market, 1309 5th St., NE, on June 12 through 13. Purchase tickets online here.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.