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Fashion Agenda: Summer Sales, Caroline Manzo at C. Wonder
This week’s guide to Washington’s style events and sales. By Michelle Thomas
Urban Chic offers one of Gilt City's Best of Georgetown deals. Photo courtesy of Gilt City.
Comments () | Published June 24, 2013

Caroline Manzo’s Book Signing
C. Wonder celebrates the launch of Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Caroline Manzo’s new book, Let Me Tell You Something, with a book-signing party. There’ll be drinks and Georgetown cupcakes on hand to keep things festive. Tuesday 6 to 8 PM. Tysons Corner, 1961 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean.

Charmed by Charity at Alex and Ani
The boho-chic jewelry store hosts a philanthropic party to benefit the American Cancer Society. The event will feature a mini arm-candy fashion show and a giveaway. Plus: Snack on light bites, sip punch, and shop—15 percent of sales will go to the organization. Thursday 6:30 to 9 PM. 3068 M St., NW. RSVP to barnettm@blueprintforstyle.com.

Gilt City’s Best of Georgetown Sale
The local lifestyle site delivers a set of this-week-only exclusive deals at some of Georgetown’s hotspots, including discounted spa packages at Nectar Skin Bar (up to 45 percent!) and a styling-session-plus-shopping-credit offer for trendy boutique Urban Chic. There are more offers at neighborhood gems such as Bandolero and Pure Barre, too. Starts today at Gilt City DC.

Old Town Summer Sales
Neighboring Old Town boutiques Hysteria and the Shoe Hive kick off their annual warm-weather sales, selling off spring and summer collections at 30 percent off. The stores only discount twice a year, so don’t miss it! Starts Friday. The Shoe Hive: 127 S. Fairfax St. Hysteria: 125 S. Fairfax St.

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