The Lisa Says Gah Sale Has LOQ Boots & More Winter Must-Haves For 20 Percent Off
Surprise holiday sales are like the adult version of trick-or-treating. In lieu of free candy, you get serious discounts on LOQ boots and leopard fur coats. Even better: you don't need to leave your house to enjoy the surprise Lisa Says Gah sale, which ends at midnight on Oct. 31. Just use the code BOO at checkout to receive 20 percent off your entire purchase, including sale items already steeply marked down.
If you haven't heard of Lisa Says Gah yet, just take one look at the fashion designers for sale at the San Francisco-based boutique. The store stocks a mix of high-end and affordable fashion, with LOQ, Tibi, Ganni, and Paloma Wool all included in its impressive lineup.
Still looking for your perfect fall boots? With its timeless shape crafted from buttery, honey-colored leather, the LOQ Lazaro Boot may be the fall shoe you've been hunting far and wide for. Originally $375, the 20 percent off sale knocks the LOQ boot down to $300. Not a bad price for a boot you'll be able to wear with anything already in your autumn rotation, and a neutral that can finish off a sparkling party outfit.
Or embrace the croc-embossed leather trend by picking up the LOQ Matea Ankle Boot, also reduced to $300 from $375 during the sale. Definitely moodier than the Lazaro boot's soft brown, the Matea's dark, glossy leather will subtly kick your autumn style up a notch. It also features one of LOQ's best heel shapes: a 1.75 inch oval, notched where it meets the sole for extra attention.
You could fill your entire coat closet with the show-stopping jackets from the Lisa Says Gah sale. You'll actually stay warm in them, too: the Jackie Faux Fur Coat in Leo Mix was designed by the Scandinavian ready-to-wear brand Just Female, and if anyone knows how to stay warm in the winter in style, it's the Scandinavians. Accenting this season's animal print trend with oversized blue cuffs and collar is a clever way to break up the monotonous amount of leopard print jackets on the market, and it makes this one more punk than polished. If you've fallen in love with it, act fast: this coat is on sale for $256 from $320 for just one day, and sizes are already low in stock.
The Lisa Says Gah sale section is stacked with winter staples that you can save extra on during the Halloween event. Pieces from designers like Ryan Roche are on sale, with the gorgeous Open Turtleneck Tunic previously reduced from $862 to $257.99. Just plug in the code at checkout to mark down the 100 percent cashmere tunic to just $206.39. These tangerine velvet Tibi boots will have you strutting tall the rest of autumn; originally $695, the Tibi boots are on sale for 60 percent off, and with the extra 20 percent, you'll only pay $222.39. Scoring boots consistently worn by insiders during fashion weeks at a fraction of the original price? That's a Halloween gift that will keep giving.
There are so many treats to be found in the Lisa Says Gah sale, but some of the sweetest are listed below. Keep scrolling to browse standout pieces, then go to Lisa Says Gah to roundup your personal favorites.
Marked down 20 percent from $375, this LOQ boot has a heel for parties, and professional vibes for the office.
A little sour and a lot sweet, these tangerine boots are unlike any velvet boots you'll see this year. Originally $695 and on sale for $277.99, use code BOO to reduce them to just $222.39.
Look pretty in the palest pink in this 100 percent cashmere dress, originally $862.
Meet your dream coat. The 20 percent off code makes this $320 jacket just $256.
Here's the chill-yet-refined party dress you've been looking for, marked down from $280 for one day only. Polka dots make it casual, but fitted peasant sleeves and a maxi skirt keep it formal.
On sale from $315, stand out amongst winter neutrals by making this red trench your signature jacket this season.
It's impossible to let in the winter blues in this bright fuchsia sweater, normally $259.
Save on this Paloma Wool scarf, regularly $69. Layer it up like the model, or wear it with neutrals for a focal pop of color.