You've Got One More Chance to Stockpile Kit and Ace

 Photo: Kit and Ace

Photo: Kit and Ace

Kit and Ace, the "technical cashmere" brand launched by Lululemon founder Chip Wilson and his family, closed its US stores in the spring to focus on online sales, but there's one last chance to shop the brand's buttery soft tees and sweaters in San Francisco this month. 

On Saturday, August 19th, Kit and Ace will reopen its doors at 3108 Fillmore Street, albeit temporarily, from 9am-3pm to clear out more than a thousand pieces of men's and women's clothing and accessories. Items will be discounted up to 70 percent off. That includes cashmere-blend tees starting at $30, (usually $78), and pants starting at $50, (usually $148).

You can get first dibs on the goods by purchasing an early entry ticket for $15, which will get you in the door between 8:30am and 9 am. (It also includes a mimosa.) General admission, which is free, starts at 9 am. The sale will be debit/credit cards only, and all sales are final.

Saying goodbye to the Kit and Ace stores is sad, but saying goodbye with major discounts on cashmere-blend clothes makes it a little easier.