|By PR Newswire||
|August 28, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
LAS VEGAS, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Labor Day may mark the unofficial end of summer but 6pm.com's five-day Labor Day sale will make the transition to fall easy. Score the must-have transitional pieces for work, school or play at up to 65 percent off or more from Thursday, Aug. 28 through Monday, Sept. 1.
Labor Day Sale
The five-day Labor Day sale features the best brands of the season, with the latest fall styles for women, men and children including:
- On-trend fall shoes from brands like UGG and Frye
- Essential, long sleeve performance wear from ASICS and more
- The latest signature handbags from COACH
- Timeless, stylish outerwear from The North Face and Columbia
"Labor Day can be bittersweet—we are excited to bring out the boots, jeans and outerwear but are sad to see summer go," said Kristen Whiteley, 6pm.com senior brand marketing manager. "6pm.com is coming to the rescue, offering major retail therapy with the biggest savings on the must-have wardrobe pieces for fall."
The five-day sale starts Thursday, Aug. 28 at 12 a.m. PST and ends Monday, Sept. 1, at 11:59 p.m. PST. Shop each day to score serious savings on the best of fall style.
6pm.com is the best place online to Score on the Style and Score on the Price. We sell brand name shoes, clothing and accessories for women, men and children at up to 75 percent off retail prices, every day.
We offer twice the shopping satisfaction of other online retailers because we surprise discount shoppers with hundreds of name brands and delight brand name shoppers with deep discounts. Our merchandise selection changes often, giving shoppers a reason to keep coming back for great finds and great deals.
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