Hollister: Scripps Pier Parka Was $169 | Now $50.70 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)


Today and tomorrow, Hollister is offering 60 to 70% off the sale clearance section. I picked out the lovely Scripps Pier Parka on sale from $169 down to $50.70. As this coat costs $50 or more, you will also receive free shipping.

The women's Scripps Pier Parka comes in three colours:

Each cote is already sold out in a few sizes, but between the colours there are still plenty of options. Sizes extra-small, small, medium, and large are still available for purchase. Unfortunately, sizes XXS and XL are out of stock. This quilted parka is lightly filled for a slightly 'puffed' appearance. The length will easily keep the hips and butts of most girls warm as this jacket should end just below your butt depending upon your own height.

The jacket has a soft interior lining and the hood comes with a removable faux fur trim. I used to think that such trim was just for decoration but it has practical uses as well. It really helps keep falling and lightly blowing snow out of your eyes as the faux fur catches it. The jacket has a zip up closure and a waist tie for optimal heat retention.

While it is a bit out of season to be thinking of purchasing a parka, you will not find deals like this as soon as snow flies. Sometimes you need to make that investment out of season so your ass is covered (pun intended) when the right season comes along. Make sure to check the Hollister size chart to order the correct size. I have heard that Hollister clothing fits a bit small so do not just count on your 'usual size'.

At 70% off their original price with free shipping, I consider these parkas a pretty hot deal. I do not own any Hollister clothing myself, but the company appears to be well thought of by teens and young adults. The clothing sold by the company is targeted towards this age demographic for sure. Jackets for growing teens can get expensive as something that fit them last season is too tight for this season. Deals like this make buying clothing for growing teens far more affordable.

(Expiry: 26th June 2015)

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