It’s time for Zero+Maria Cornejo’s biggest sale of the year

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This big overstock sale has so much gorgeous—and seriously deeply discounted—stuff on offer, like this gorgeous, drapey dress. Check it out before all the good stuff is gone.

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35 Thoughts on It’s time for Zero+Maria Cornejo’s biggest sale of the year
    Gail Graves
    11 Jun 2021
    2:01pm

    Goodbye!
    Most items too expensive for my budget, plus postings aren’t as frequent as they used to be.

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    Mamavalveeta03
    10 Jun 2021
    2:40pm

    I think that some of her dresses could meet my MOB (mother-of-the-bride) criteria for a simple beach wedding. Great timing!

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      Heather
      10 Jun 2021
      3:21pm

      I was thinking that the dress shown could be a really lovely wedding dress also!

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      DeDe
      11 Jun 2021
      9:21am

      MOB?! OMG, I am so out-of-the-loop! CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!

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    Betsy Palmer
    14 Jun 2021
    10:03am

    I caved on the final sale and bought a top that was so gorgeous and so well priced that I could not say no. If it’s too large I will have it altered and if it’s too small I will cry. That’s my plan anyway. I have always wanted to try her pieces and FINALLY I could afford something.

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    Jen M
    10 Jun 2021
    1:56pm

    Thankfully, I’m too short to wear most of these stunning, stunning clothes. 😱 MC’s stuff never looks good on me. Nili on the other hand…

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    Jennifer
    12 Jun 2021
    8:45am

    Can anyone tell me about sizing? I have never bought from MC, but there is a dress I have my eye on. I must be insane to consider a final sale on a brand i have never worn, but I cannot afford this at regular prices. I gained a little pandemic weight and I am worried about throwing my money away if i don’t guess right.

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    Eloise
    10 Jun 2021
    10:15am

    I am pretty much sitting on my hands because I don’t do online final sales but so much pretty stuff!!

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    Mary Jean Jean Pizza
    10 Jun 2021
    10:50am

    And I am cursing you out under my breath because I’ve gone back twice to check on a dress and am thisclose to throwing caution to the wind….

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    tamara
    10 Jun 2021
    11:16am

    Bought one piece. Then another. Then closed the window before i jumped through it again!!!

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      DeDe
      10 Jun 2021
      1:22pm

      Ha, same here! Got a vest I’d missed out on in season, then went back for a tunic and a pair of culottes I definitely don’t need but couldn’t resist. I think it’s time to put down The Internets and go clean out my fridge or something.

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    Viajera
    10 Jun 2021
    11:47am

    I don’t fit in … oh well. That dress *is* lovely. … … … Hey does anyone here kombucha? I was at the local hippie mart, and it said something about how there is alcohol, so I didn’t get it. (Now, of course I will go google it all too …) but, does anyone know a good entry level kombucha? I am guessing maybe they said “alcohol” just to cya, maybe it is just a tiny amount? I am just curious to try some. I take sauerkraut daily. It’s just there are so many kinds of bacteria, how do I know if I am missing out on good ones? FOMOOB… … … … I am sorry it is off-topic, but, any time I have a dilemma, I ask here because you are all so lovely and smart. I know I will get good intel.

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      Viajera
      11 Jun 2021
      12:11pm

      Thanks so much, people!!! Dede, I will go easy then, thank you – my stomach is a bit sensitive too. I will watch the sugar, Mary. Mae, thank you for the hot tip about the chews!! See, I’ve never even heard of those! My motive for this is just to see if my overall immunity strength or vitality could improve – though I also have a friend who is having extra gas, I think as a side effect of meds. I find that ‘kraut is beneficial – if my stomach is upset (usually from eating junk food…), it helps me pretty much instantly, and I tend to believe that it has helped in my gut. I get mine home-made from a friend. Anyhow, so I wondered, if ‘kraut is good, what else it out there? Kimchi is also on the To Eat list. (I am slowly recovering from some kind of lower GI thing – I never did go to a doctor. I suspect that it may have been from taking too much ibuprofen for my low level chronic lower back issues. Whatever it was seems to be going away, thank goodness. It could have been the combo of ibuprofen and my hot sauce habit that did it … oopsie!!!) Ceejay and y.k. – I will look for the GT brand – what a great description of a house brew – it is an exciting new world! Liz, your band sounds really awesome!! I wonder if I still have time to be in a band? Eloise, it is entirely possible that I will spit it out too – I do rather wonder. y.k., you have inspired me – maybe I will try to do it myself. I do think homemade can be best. My friend’s ‘kraut is way better than the store brands I’ve tried. Anyhow, thank you all again!! This was really fun. The science on all this stuff is so new – who knows what will shake out, and to whom it will apply when it does? Baby steps…

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        Liz
        11 Jun 2021
        2:33pm

        Hee, apparently, we had a video. We were not good! But the song makes me laugh and there were additional kombucha making instructions (always use glass, never use steel). Our singer was a kombucha fanatic:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0el0RB3MHcU

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          Viajera
          12 Jun 2021
          8:48pm

          Ohhhh wowwwwwwww … that is SO awesome!!! I just loved it! I hope ya go viral. It’s never too late…

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            Liz
            13 Jun 2021
            12:48pm

            Oh, you’re so kind 🙂 Glad you liked it! It’d be fun to re-record it and sell it to one of the many kombucha makers now that we can actually play our instruments.

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              Viajera
              14 Jun 2021
              3:27pm

              Yeeeeeessssss… and I will try whichever brand takes you up on it…

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        Viajera
        11 Jun 2021
        12:27pm

        oh I should add, my friend would want me to say, if anyone wants to try sauerkraut for their tummy, make sure it is raw and fermented and doesn’t have vinegar in it (apparently this kills the little whatchamacallitses…) His has just cabbage, dill and salt in it. It tastes like pickles basically. Also he grinds his up so it doesn’t have that rubbery feel that one can sometimes run into. Anyhoo. … … Now, for some people, it can clean them out, sort of. So, if you are new, I would try only maybe a measured teaspoon, perhaps at night – somewhere when you are near a bathroom and don’t need to go anywhere. It doesn’t do that to me, but others have mentioned this.

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      DeDe
      10 Jun 2021
      1:25pm

      Kombucha = GERD for me. Hard pass.

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      Mary
      10 Jun 2021
      12:11pm

      I personally stay away from kombucha, because of the high sugar content.

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      Mae
      10 Jun 2021
      12:19pm

      All these things — kombucha, probiotics, fermented vegetables — are they supposed to make you poop better, or what?  I love all hippie-dippy remedies, but I admit that everything I’ve ever tried was in the hope of magically getting a flatter tummy without otherwise adjusting my calorie consumption.  Gee, nothing has worked.  I recently ordered Heather Thomson’s fruit and veggie chews, which taste like Starbursts, but holy smokes, just one will clean you the hell OUT — too many probiotics.  Oh, the things we do…

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      CeeJay
      11 Jun 2021
      7:29am

      Komucha fanatic here … I agree try GTS brand (the regular, not the black label which has more alcohol, the regular has less than 0.5% alcohol so is basically like a teaspoon of wine in a big 16 ounce bottle although don’t quote me on that exact amount). Try the Triology flavor which has 50 calories I believe, so not too bad. The Tumeric Cayenne is also lower sugar and calorie. Also if you happen to live in Texas HEB has a house brand of kombucha, the blueberry ginger is great and only has 45 calories. Some brands are quite caloric/high sugar content so if you are watching carbs/sugars/calories beware. But I love the sour, vinegary, bubbly flavor and sensation, can’t get enough. And I drink it for the flavor and as a afternoon treat (fills me up so I can avoid a more caloric and sugary or salt snack), not any potential health benefits. As a physician I am pretty dubious about health benefits, certainly not a lot of credible evidence to support probiotics but who knows? It is delicious.

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      Liz
      10 Jun 2021
      11:38pm

      I used to make kombucha like 20 years ago. Someone gave me a scoby. I don’t remember exactly how, but my band at the time had a song called kombucha and it went “Four tea bags and half a cup of sugar, sugar. Ain’t no substitutions with honey, honey…” so that’s basically the recipe. It was delicious. I have no idea if it had any health benefits, but I love vinegary drinks.

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      Eloise
      10 Jun 2021
      11:56am

      IMHO, a “good entry level kombucha” is … anything BUT kombucha. I try it occasionally and always end up spitting it out and vowing never to try again….

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      y.k.
      10 Jun 2021
      7:41pm

      i love a good tangent! GT’s is very entry level i think. i find that the more artistan/ independent brands sometimes have a high alcohol content. i suffer from “Asian flush” – 1/2 a glass of white makes me beet red and some kombuchas have that effect on me. the best kombucha is home made and totally worth it (you can control the sugar content & it’s delicately fizzy), as long as you don’t mind growing it and seeing the grotesque “mother.”
      🙂

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    themis
    10 Jun 2021
    12:09pm

    Aieee! This sale is bottomless and so beautiful. I want a hundred things. Thank you, Kim!

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    cw
    10 Jun 2021
    4:50pm

    Beautiful clothes. Boy howdy can she do draping. Are people going out? Like in public? Like where you’d wear some of these clothes? I can’t do it. It’s like losing your virginity––you want to, but you don’t want to and you want it to be perfect, yet you just want to get it done. And who invented that phrase…”losing your virginity”––such a weird thing to say.

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      Viajera
      11 Jun 2021
      12:18pm

      I love your comment, cw. It brings back memories. The lure of the unknown. Oh the humanity!! (hey, that needs a pop song…) … … … I’ve been going into stores again – and I have to say, it’s been refreshing. I think pre-covid, I didn’t go out enough. Too lazy. Maybe I can fix that now.

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      DeDe
      11 Jun 2021
      9:18am

      See, this is the thing I always had with MC – so much of her stuff just seemed too polished/professional-looking for daily life (especially in the Midwest). BUT! I recently tried on a dress I got years ago that got buried in my closet (my two closets are super small so it doesn’t take much, don’t judge! ;), and felt amazing in it. I was like, why haven’t I been wearing this? And that got me to sort of re-think her designs. A lot of it is still a no-go because it would definitely get me the “Who-do-you-think-you-are” stink-eye if I dared wear it anyplace around here, but she actually has a lot of functional, low-key garments that are excellent for every day, wear-it-around-the-house kinda crap. Sweatshirts! Tunics! The Akeo Jumpsuit! Ok, that one’s not a thing I wear in the house, but I did wear it to get vaccinated and felt INCREDIBLE. OK, gonna get my ass into hyphen rehab now. I hope Betty’s feeling better. ❤️

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      kimbersam
      10 Jun 2021
      7:09pm

      It’s an idiom, no? In a religious or cultural construct where the breaking of one’s hymen through the act of sex is significant.

      Then again, what do I know 😉

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        Ellie
        13 Jun 2021
        6:31pm

        More of a reflection the historic value (literally) placed on a women’s never having had sex with anyone else before she married, so that her new husband could be 100% certain that any children she bore were his. So much patriarchal women = property BS wrapped up in the expression “losing one’s viginity”! For young women, especially of a certain class, childbearing for the purpose of transmitting her husband’s property to his rightful heirs was her primary social value. This value was, in turn, physically embodied in her virginity.

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      Gleaming the Cube
      10 Jun 2021
      5:52pm

      I have a couple of things in the sale—received as earlier gifts— and I wear a lot of it just puttering at home? Why shouldn’t I look and feel nice? (I’ve gone gray, haven’t had a haircut since January 2020, and am a little, er, fluffier than I used to be, so it’s not all glamour chez moi.) The shirt dresses and caftans are just nice to wear all the time.

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    Cola
    10 Jun 2021
    9:09pm

    I don’t buy stuff on final sale and I’m not about to start now, but just wow, I am SO tempted.

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    Jen
    10 Jun 2021
    9:53pm

    Wow! I caved and bought a few pieces. I have 2 MC dresses and they are beautiful. Her clothes are well made and the material is very high quality. Thanks for the sale alert!

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