Happy Memorial Day weekend! Whether you’re spending it Shore-side or in the city, we’ve got all the sales you need to check out, from Erdon to Anthro, Alexander Wang to Lilly Pulitzer, and Equipment to Third Street Habit. (Oh, and if you’d rather do your shopping from the comfort of your deck/patio/pool, we’ve also got some online sales worth shopping.) Happy shopping!
Last month, we called out Mushmina’s Wayne store opening as one of the most exciting happenings of April. Now, they’ve announced that they’re closing up shop at their Rittenhouse boutique and moving to Wayne full time. While we’re sad we’ll no longer be able to get our fix of Moroccan accessories and sweet fair-trade goods right here in Center City, we can report that their new location in the ‘burbs is positively gorgeous. And even better? They’re having a sale to celebrate the move. Read more »
As much as I swoon over those Swedish, ultra-minimalist interiors, I’ll never be able to shake the appeal of a cozy, traditional home with lots of rich leather and wicker. Basically, I want to live in a Pottery Barn catalog. Luckily, their massive warehouse sale kicks off today, and with any luck, I’l be one step closer to achieving my throw-blanket-strewn, organization-unit-filled dream life. Read more »
It’s Friday, everyone! And in order to celebrate the glorious impending weekend, we rounded up the best sales and shopping events going on in Philly and the ‘burbs. The best part? Some of them make killer Mother’s Day outings. Read more »
Fans of Scarpe di Bianco (you know, the drool-worthy shoe brand ToBox likes to post on Instagram), you’re in for a treat. Men’s shoe boutique ToBox is hosting a trunk show with the brand this Friday and Saturday, and here’s the best part: they’re offering $200 off every pair of shoes purchased from Scarpe di Bianco during the event. We got word that it’s a one-time-only deal, so pencil in a midday trip during your lunch break tomorrow. You definitely won’t regret it. Read more »
It’s officially time to ditch the heavy black leather bags — at least during the weekends. Enter: Marc by Marc Jacobs sunny pieces, which give you a piece of the beloved designer’s quirky luxury at a way more affordable price point. And now, South Moon Under is offering 25 percent off all Marc by Marc Jacobs bags. The best part? The sale includes all previously marked-down items.
Consider this your excuse to invest in a new spring bag. Go here for locations.
Talk about spring renewal. Right now, we seem to be in the midst of a flurry of store openings (Lululemon! Meadowsweet Mercantile!), and we’re smack-dab in the middle of spring flea market season. Here are the five things on my radar this May, from a brand-new open-air market to the future of men’s tailoring. Bring on spring!
Happy May! And what better way to kick off the month than with a sunny Friday and a bevy of weekend shopping events? I’ve rounded up some of the best events happening around town. It’s one of the most packed weekends of the spring, so plan wisely. Happy shopping, and I’ll see you out there! Read more »
Ready for your Friday night plans? Head to the South Street Headhouse District from 5pm to 9pm tonight for a neighborhood-wide celebration. Dozens of stores are participating with refreshments and sales — trust me, it’s worth breaking out your cozy sweaters for the event.
Some of the top shops to visit tonight: men’s store Armour (10 percent off select spring merch), Bus Stop ($25 gift card with a shoe purchase), brand-new 4th Street shop Steel Pony (uber-artsy handmade goods and refreshments), and Wilbur Vintage (20 percent off everything in the store, plus cocktails). Read more »
Grab your wallets, everyone: Shop Sixty Five‘s Friends and Family sale is going on right now. From today until Sunday, shoppers will score 20 percent off any in-store purchase made at either of the boutique locations. In addition to their noteworthy denim selection, they’re also stocking spring-y pieces from designer brands like Elizabeth & James, Helmut Lang and Nanette Lepore. Happy shopping! Read more »