Cashmere Sale returns to Bellevue

Following a successful inaugural season last fall, The Cashmere Sale will return to Bellevue for a limited,one-month run. The Cashmere Sale is a flash retail shopping experience featuring women’s cashmere sweaters, dresses, wraps and accessories at near-wholesale prices.

This year’s sale, which includes 30 percent more product and 1,900 pieces of new-season cashmere, will offer a selection of men’s items for the first time.

Located again at the corner of Northeast 8th Street and Bellevue Way in Downtown Bellevue, The Cashmere Sale gives customers a once-a- year opportunity to buy high-quality cashmere products at below-retail prices. Bellevue is one of 20 Cashmere Sale pop-up locations nationwide.

“We were in New York recently to view the new line, and it’s truly gorgeous,” said Marianne Heywood, co-partner of The Cashmere Sale of Bellevue, in a company press release. “Our customers know the drill — the earlier you shop, the better the selection. When we sell out, we sell out.”

The sale will run through Nov. 24, Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sundays noon to 5p.m.

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