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Fashion Agenda: Beauty Trends at Nordstrom, Topaz + Arrow’s Next DIY Workshop

Your guide to the week’s most stylish events.

Topaz + Arrow's next DIY workshop, on jewelry organizers, takes place at Ulysses Room this weekend.

Pink Tartan Trunk Show at Sherman Pickey

For four more days, the preppy outfitter displays just-launched apparel by Pink Tartan in a trunk show, which kicked off this weekend. Guests receive 15 percent off all purchases from the ladylike brand’s new spring collection, laden with chic neutrals and trendy midi skirtsThrough Thursday. 1647 Wisconsin Ave., NW.

Ann Taylor’s Trends With Benefits

To celebrate the start of spring, Ann Taylor’s annual Trends With Benefits event returns to stores this week. To motivate you to refresh your wardrobe for the upcoming season, enjoy 40 percent off all purchases in stores and online. As with most Ann Taylor events, personal stylists are also available by appointment. Thursday through Sunday. Multiple area locations.

Beauty Trend Day at Nordstrom

Call or head to any beauty counter at Nordstrom Pentagon City to reserve your spot for its beauty trend event this weekend. The morning begins with a runway show highlighting spring’s best in beauty; afterward, take advantage of makeup, skin-care, and fragrance consultations by on-site beauty experts. The cost of the $20 ticket is redeemable toward a beauty purchase the day of the event. 8 AM Saturday. 1400 S. Hayes St., Arlington.

DIY With Topaz + Arrow

Next in local lifestyle brand Topaz + Arrow’s DIY workshop series is a craft session dubbed Leather, Branches, and Hooks, in which founders Morgan Hungerford West and Virginia Arrisueño will teach attendees how to make jewelry organizers by hand. A $37.50 ticket covers the cost of materials and instruction, and must be purchased ahead of time onlineSunday 2 to 4. 52 O St., NW, Suite 302.

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