Arcadia Boutique: Score up to 60 percent off all clothes and shoes tomorrow through January 9th—the store is closed today. (Psst: Follow Arcadia on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for insider details on pop-up one-day sales.)
Blink: Find winter pieces by Joie, Parker, J Brand, French Connection, Keepsake and Hudson all at least 30 percent off. Bonus: Shop at the West Chester store today (they’re open from 1pm to 7pm) and get an additional 10 percent off everything.
Bus Stop: Starting today, get 35 percent off all winter shoes and boots through January 10th. And yes, the store is open today!
Eaves: Shop the Wayne boutique’s huge bi-annual sale now through January 18th for 20 to 50 percent off all fall clothes and shoes (in-store only—they’re open today from 12pm to 5pm).
Kellijane: Throughout the month of January, get 30 to 70 percent off all in-stock items at this all-things-bed-bath-and-table boutique.
Kevin O’Brien Studio: Haven’t stopped by the Old City pop-up shop of this fab local textile studio? Head there now (it’s at 17 North 3rd Street) to get 40 percent off most items, including pillows, bedding, scarves and more. The store closes at 7pm on January 11th. (I swear by my Kevin O’Brien silky-velvety robe.)
Per Lei: Head to Media to shop the boutique’s end-of-winter sale, where you can find Free People, Trina Turk, Rachel Zoe and DVF at up to 50 percent off.
PHS Pop-Up Shop: The Chestnut Hill holiday pop-up shop closes this weekend with huge sales. Head there today through Sunday for deals on gifts, decor and homewares (hello, head start for holiday 2014!).
Smith & Scott: Get up to 50 percent off at this boutique, with locations in Doylestown and Lambertville. (They stock sweet stuff by Clover Canyon and Autumn Cashmere.)
Terrain: The sale section at this Glen Mills home-and-garden fantasyland keeps growing. Shop now for 75 percent off all holiday trim.
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