THE SALE REPORT: Summer Saling

A Girls’ Night Out in A.C. and discounts at Best of Philly menswear shop Pants

The Pier Shops at Caesars: Girls’ Night Out
This Thursday, we suggest breaking for the weekend early and hitting up A.C. as you head down the shore: At the Pier, oodles of shops, from Boss Hugo Boss, Dandelion, Louis Vuitton, L’Occitane, and so much more will be offering sales, special deals and refreshments, plus the first 200 people to RSVP (which must be done at cashmandandassociates.com) will get a goodie bag filled with treats from participating stores.
Thurs., Sept. 3, 6-9

Pants: Summer Sale
Right now, all the fabulous brands at this stylish Main Line men’s shop — Theory, Scotch & Soda, Splendid Mills, 7, and more — are being marked down between 30 and 60 percent, to make way for the fall merchandise arriving daily.

Scarlet Fiorella: Summer Sale
This eclectic home, accessories, and gift shop in Midtown Village is currently marking down all home accessories by 50 percent, as they make room for revamps to the store’s inventory. This fall, expect lots more women’s accessories, from jewelry to wraps and handbags.

Sa Va: Grand Opening
Local fashion design and entrepreneur Sarah Van Aken is debuting her new store this Saturday at 1700 Sansom Street in Center City. The shop will feature her own line of apparel and custom-designed jewelry, plus a good handful of fair-trade items such as handbags, scarves, and sweaters. Also look for an online arm where customers can shop and submit pleas for fashion advice sometime in September, savafashion.com.

Third Street Habit: Anniversary Party
This fashionable Old City shop is celebrating its fifth birthday this Thursday with an in-store party featuring oodles of storewide discounts, champagne, and a raffle to win a free pair of Hudson jeans.
Thurs., Sept. 3, 5-9

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