From the moment it launched as a tiny vintage boutique in Richmond, Virginia back in 1996, indie retailer Need Supply has commanded our attention — and our dollars — thanks to a visually clean and independently-minded point of view. They can claim a lot of firsts: bringing vintage Levis to a small-but-cool city underserved by indie brands; launching a web store over a decade ago, when e-com will still in its infancy, and creating aspirational content to support their shopping offerings with elaborate editorials and even a magazine, Human Being Journal, all produced in-house.
Now, over 20 years after its launch, they are an indie-brand powerhouse with three in-house lines and most of our favorite small-batch brands on its roster, including Ganni, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, and Rachel Comey. So when we heard they were having a tiered buy-more-save-more sale, we got really excited. Today through March 15, you’ll save $25 when you spend $250; $100 when you spend $500; and $200 when you spend over $800 at Need Supply. This applies to both new arrivals and sale items (with a small group of brands excluded), so you can go hog wild on both deeply-discounted steals and new arrivals.
We’ve used our shopping expertise to suss out the best of both worlds, with options from both white-hot labels that have just hit the shelves and some overlooked hidden gems that are marked way down. Everything here is under $200, so you can take advantage of the increased savings. Click on through to check out the goods, and no need to jot down a code — the discount will be applied automatically at checkout, so your only responsibility is deciding what’s going to be in your closet this spring. (Not an easy thing, we know.)
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