Spring 2015 Warehouse Sale

Hi friends!  Nothing too word-y today, I just wanted to show you some pictures from inside Sale Event’s warehouse sale (the new Scarborough location), featuring beauty products, housewares, clothing, and shoes.  If anything tickles your fancy, and you’re in the Toronto area, feel free to pop by, as it is open to the public.

More pictures, after the jump.

The sale is in the same plaza as it has been in previous years (you can check out some reviews HERE, and HERE), but it has relocated to the front of the building, so it is much easier to find.

Compared to previous sales, as far as beauty selection, I found that this sale didn’t have as much stock or variety.  However I’ll assume that because they just moved locations, maybe they are still in the process of bringing all of the stock over.  If you see anything that you like, feel free to stop by the store.  The sale is only open for specific chunks of time during the year, so you can check out their website or facebook page for more details.

Stay tuned for some more posts inside makeup warehouse sales, and a fun post frome Dave Lackie’s latest VIP dinner, featuring Shiseido’s newest innovation in sun protection skincare.  Until next time! – Shawna



  1. March 14, 2015 / 6:53 pm

    I got my purple Docs from Sale Event at the Ex. I LOVE THEM.

  2. March 14, 2015 / 8:00 pm

    I can't believe they sell Docs!!! I've been to the one in Ottawa but I so do not remember seeing them there!

  3. March 14, 2015 / 10:56 pm

    hmmm seems so-so but the Docs make the sale seem worth it!

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