Summer sales, the countdown has begun

Summer sales, the countdown has begun

published on 28 May 2017 in Fashion & Shopping

From June 22nd to August 2nd, Galeries Lafayette, one of the largest stores in the world and temple of Parisian fashion, will vibrate to the tune of sales, discounts, and bargains. For the occasion of the summer sales, this Paris Haussmann department store, which is located in the 9th district near the Plumes Hotel, plans to roll out markdowns of 50% or more.

A wealth of articles at marked down prices

If you take a look at last year’s sales, many labels and brands had already announced their opening deals with discounts of up to 50% and a selection of items at giveaway prices. Grab whatever catches your eye and don’t stop to count pennies. 10, 15, 20 EUR to 100 EUR, low prices over a range of items mean that you’ll be able to update your summer wardrobe for less. Get that little designer dress or trendy jacket at a price you wouldn’t have imagined.
Les Plumes Hotel advises you to avoid peak hours and take advantage of extra opening times, including Sundays. You will be able to arrange your schedule and you’ll avoid the queues! It’s also worth remembering that it is first come, first served, so book your stay today and ensure that you don’t miss one of the greatest events of summer.

The Galeries Lafayette, a unique shopping experience

Galeries Lafayette is a symbol of French living and home to the latest contemporary trends and lifestyle innovations. This exclusive department store on Boulevard Haussmann won the challenge to create a unique shopping experience and its 70 000 m2 is spread over 3 buildings. Discover the largest womenswear department in the world - 16,000 m2 of clothing spread over 3 floors and featuring over 350 brands from all over the world. Galeries Lafayette also features an exceptional ‘for him’ department and a thematic "art of living" area set out on 7500 m² and 5 floors. Celebrating the luxury French lifestyle, this is where you will find everything you need for your home.

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