White House Black Market has expanded far beyond it’s white and ivory origins, to include killer prints, patterns and work wear. With a focused color pallet of neutrals and pops of red WHBM is great for holiday pieces and novelty jackets. The price points are on the higher side but the signature style of WHBM is consistently dependable and keeps fashionistas coming back for more.
White House Black Market retail stores are set up around the current season’s theme or must-have items. Usually numbered, the suggested items have accompanying signage translating the trend. These mini-shops are merchandised throughout the store, and pair easy mix and match pieces, accessories and jewelry to coordinate complete full outfits.
STEALS AND DEALS
The types of promos you’ll find at WHBM are often smartly linked to basics. Buy one get one 50% off deals fill the store on pieces like cardigans and camisoles. The increase they gain on units per transaction is really a fashionista’s score, equating to 25% off each item. Online and in-store sale merchandise feature limited-time only deals, some upwards of 50% off, so strike while the iron is hot when you see these promos, as price points will increase back to regular price after a short time. Clearance mark downs are located in the back corners of the store, but try to snag the promotional merchandise first because these sections rarely stretch greater than a 4-foot area.
Like it’s parent company, Chico’s, you can save 10% right off the bat by signing up for email blasts. The offer code can be redeemed in-store or online. WHBM also offers it’s own loyalty program, the Black Book Program. After spending $300, which can easily be met with one outfit along, WHBM shoppers are eligible for the incentive program that offers benefits of 5% off purchases.
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