Get What You Really Wanted with Westfield’s Amazing Post-Christmas Sales

Bittersweet Designs Credits: Millicent K. Brody
Bittersweet Designs Credits: Millicent K. Brody
Bittersweet Designs Credits: Millicent K. Brody

WESTFIELD, NJ—What’s more fun than shopping a great sale?  With the coming of the New Year, 2013, do yourself and your wallet a favor and shop the fantastic sales happening now all over the town of Westfield.

Anna Mastroianni, proprietor of SOLE Fine Imported Italian Shoes said, “Come on in and treat yourself and the family to several pairs of fabulous boots priced from 30 to 70 percent off. As an added bonus, come in and check out our new fashion-forward SOLE brand shoes.”

Other clearance items at SOLE are priced from $29. One more exciting find: Anna’s beautiful scarves. A special note for TAP readers: Receive 20 percent off your new look by simply mentioning this article. SOLE, Fine Imported Italian Shoes, 201 East Broad St. For more information, call 908-654-7800.

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Other great shopping events happening around town:


Mademoiselle has a selection of long and short dresses that are perfect for any and all occasions. Take note: There are half-off racks throughout the store. Stop by and treat yourself to an entirely new wardrobe. Mademoiselle also carries beautiful formal clothing for all occasions. Mademoiselle, 107 E. Broad St. Call 908-233-0763

Anais Boutique

Anais is offering 40 percent off of most everything, excluding beads and jewelry. Anais Boutique, 51 Elm St. Call 908-233-3777

Ann Taylor

50 percent off of full-price merchandise and 25 percent off of sale-price merchandise. You’re sure to find a lovely selection of clothing, accessories and jewelry at Ann Taylor. 167 E. Broad St. Call 908-301-9701.


Shoppers love the eclectic selection of merchandise featured at Anthology. You’ll find jewelry, trendy mittens, sweaters, shoes, jeans, jackets, shirts and so much more at 20 percent off. Anthology, 121 Central Ave. Call 908-233-8255.

Banana Republic

Trendy clothing for all occasions. Look for markdowns that could total 40 percent or more. 137 Central Ave. Call 908-301-1737.

Bittersweet Designs

All of the merchandise in this lovely shop wears a silent sign: “Buy Me!” Choose from gorgeous shawls to scarves, handbags for daytime and evening, hats, gloves, gifts for the home, toss pillows, note paper, trendy half-glasses and so much more. Find jewelry that you’ll really adore wearing, candles and candle holders, picture frames, barware and an entire collection of clothing and accessories for the smallest member of your family and friends.  Bittersweet Designs, 212 Lenox Ave. Call 908-389-0330.


Enjoy the “Orange Bag” sale at Chico’s. You’ll save at least 30 percent off the regular price, and in many cases an even greater discount. Chico’s, 76 Elm St. Call 908-301-1737

The Children’s Place

Located on the corner of East Broad and Prospect Street, The Children’s Place is having a huge sale on its adorable, affordably priced childrens' clothing and accessories. 177 E. Broad St. Call 908-789-7542.

Coldwater Creek

The huge shop on the corner of Quimby Street and Central Ave. is offering 50 percent off until January 2, 2013. Coldwater Creek, 126 Central Ave. Call 908-233-2873.

Eileen Fisher

The entire fall collection of this designer’s elegant and flattering women’s clothing and accessories is on sale with up to 50 percent off clearance-priced merchandise. Eileen Fisher, 9 Elm St. Call 908-233-7133

Gap Kids

Gap Kids is offering a 50% off sale. Gap Kids, 234 E. Broad St. Call 908-233-2723.

Jos. A. Bank Clothier

From now until January 1, buy one suit and get three free. Customers are able to mix and match their selections throughout the store. Dress shirts and the remainder of all of the merchandise is now featured as “BOGO” free. 121 Quimby Street St. Call 908-928-9363.

Melinda Lane

Now offering new markdowns. Most dresses 40 percent off. Melinda Lane, 20-8 Lenox Ave., Call 908-233-7033.


50 percent off everything in the store except accessories, which are 30 percent off. Check out extra markdowns on sale merchandise. Nirvarna’s sale features everything but J.Brand Jeans and Solow Yoga pants. Nirvana, 218 East Broad St. Call 908-232-5774.

Ruby & Jenna

20 percent off everything in the entire store. Ruby & Jenna, 206 E. Broad St., Call 908-232-6222.

Victoria Secret

Select beauty gift sets at 50 percent off. Watch for Victoria Secret’s Semi Annual Sale starting January 2 at 7 a.m. 233 E. Broad St. Call 908-518-0859.

Recently Opened:

Urban Outfitters, 154 E. Broad Street. 215-454-5500.

Shoe sales:

For Kids: Castle Bootery, 52 Elm Street: 908-232-9522.

For the Family: Randal’s Shoes, 82 Elm St., 908-232-3680.

Pegasus Sporting Goods, 317 South Ave. W: 908-518-0280.

The Running Company, 123 Quimby St. 908-654-9900.

Fine Shoes: Scott’s Shoes of Westfield, 109 Quimby St. 908-233-5678

For more great bargains on all kinds of merchandise, visit Lord & Taylor, 609 North Ave. West. Call 908-233-6600.

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