September 14, 2020

Lord & Taylor Going Out Of Business Sale 25-50% Off + 10% Off Additionally on Beauty

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Lord & Taylor is going out of business! I have to admit I’m not terribly shocked by this but I still feel awful about it. Larger department stores are really struggling hard lately!

There’s 10% Off beauty but all other items including accessories, clothing, and more are marked down 25-50% Off!


Where to buy

Lord & Taylor


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  • N

    I almost feel like I’m grieving for how things used to be with shopping. Shopping in store and leisurely browsing is something I took for granted and honestly never thought twice about before. I go way back with Lord & Taylor and am so saddened.

    • Isabella Muse

      You’re not alone. Shopping is a really different experience due to COVID but also, even before COVID shopping has been leaning more and more towards online! I do miss the days when you can just browse in store, feel things, try them on, etc…!

    • kjh

      Exactly. I’m old, so I have seen a lot of retail come and go. When L+T came to Boston, it was like a state holiday. A standard. A classic. I remember when xmas/holiday shopping was actually fun. You dressed up (even ‘nylons’ before pantyhose existed,) browsed and shopped in a leisurely fashion, stopped for a bite or a dessert. The onslaught and the insanity came ~a few decades later. Shopping was not a competition. Since 2000, I won’t go to a mall between Halloween and Valentine’s. Now, won’t go at all. Online all the way. But my habits mirror many people’s, and put a nail in the coffin for some of the US’s best retailers. Sad, really.

  • Chris

    Century 21 stores, not the realty company have also filed for bankruptcy & are closing too.