The Sale Report: Last Call at Neiman Marcus and Savings in the City

Our latest batch of reasons to get out there and shop

Lime Boutique: Online Sale
This fashionable Lambertville boutique is marking down lots of fall and winter merchandise(including clothes and handbags) between 20 and 50 percent, which customers can shop on their webstore. You can also look for the spring 2010 Ella Moss collection, available for pre-order with free shipping when you enter code SPRPM. And, check here for information on New Hope and Lambertville’s Annual Winter Festival, starting on Wednesday and lasting through the weekend.

Neiman Marcus: Last Call
One of our favorite reasons to hit KOP has just started: Neiman Marcus’s Last Call Sale. Through Wednesday, find a boatload of amazing merchandise — clothes, shoes, you name it — marked down up to 65 percent.

Bus Stop Boutique: Sale and Trunk Show
Oodles of boots and shoes for men and women are currently marked down up to 50 percent at this Queen Village shoe shop. Also pop by tonight for a workshop and trunk show featuring the handmade wool felt scarves, handbags, accessories and baby shoes of Bedhead Sheep. 

Town Home: Heather Moore Jewelry Sale
This petite jewelry and home accessories shop is marking down all Heather Moore Jewelry by 15 percent — though if you want to customize something by Valentine’s Day, you need to order by Tuesday. 

Vivi G. Shoes: Three-for-One Sale

Right now, when you buy one full-price fall and winter item, you get two for free at both the Wayne and Glen Mills locations of this fab shoe store.

Chestnut Hill: Savings Cards
Until the 2010 holiday shopping season, visitors to this adorable Philadelphia neighborhood will be able to purchase a Chestnut Hill Shop Local & Save card for $10 at the Visitors Center, which will get you 10 percent savings on all your purchases at participating restaurants, shops and spas. 

 

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