Need Tadashi apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
SUMMARY:This is one expensive brand as I’m sure you know, if you have been shopping for it. Usually for an expensive brand such as this, I go running to Amazon to see if they have any of their crazy discounts and to their credit, they did. They had a black evening dress discounted to ninety-nine dollars down from three hundred and twenty-eight dollars. Trouble is that they only had one item from this label. Bizrate/Shopzilla has a fairly healthy selection but the cheapest item is still well over a hundred dollars. Buy from Bizrate/Shopzilla only if it’s an issue of selection. The recommendation here goes to some dedicated power sellers on eBay with strong feedback and reputation. One of them had a dress, new with tags, listed at a buy-it-now price for $39.99. Yes, I said $39.99. I checked the feedback for this power seller and it was excellent. I don’t know this seller was able to list this dress for this price but it’s there. As a hint, it’s the power seller with the second largest selection of items from this label.
Sometimes, the most interesting part of a desginer's website is their blog. When the rest of the website comes across as intimidatingly high fashion with runway shots, and photos of celibrities wearing the designer's fashion, it's a little startling to see the same designer dressed and behaving like a regular tourist. If the intent is to send the message that "successful fashion designers are real people too", dressing like a regular tacky tourist, complete with baseball cap, is a pretty effective strategy.
FROM THE BLOGS:
It's most difficult to write about brands like this one. It's too normal. Yes, it violates my rule of using a person's name as the name of the company. Even so, there's a nice representation in the search results. There's a story about a donation the designer made to a school in the Philippines, but an awful lot of successful designers donate to charity. What I did find was the review of the restaurant by the same name somewhere in Pennsylvania.
An additional bargain shopping idea is listed below for your consideration/convenience: