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Looking for a fashionable July Fourth? Get it here with these sales taking place through Independence Day. By McLean Robbins
Comments () | Published June 30, 2009
Perfectly Patriotic
Celebrate Independence Day by taking 30 to 60 percent off your purchase at the Pink Palm, McLean’s Lily Pulitzer store. All spring merchandise is discounted, and there’s also an extensive selection of Vineyard Vines’ women’s collection. Through July 3. 6647 Old Dominion Dr., McLean; 793-556-8750; thepinkpalm.net.

Best Face Forward
Book a facial or massage and receive the other free at Ballston’s new Niva Medspa, a recently opened medical spa. Other opening specials include 20 percent off select services and deeply discounted Botox. These deals expire July 4. 921 Quincy St., Arlington; 703-525-5250; nivamedspa.com.

Fruit-Bowl Facial
The spa at Mint in DC’s Adams Morgan just debuted its latest summer treatment: a fruit-bowl facial. Using local and seasonal produce, aestheticians perform a traditional facial with a sweet twist, using a natural-yogurt mask to soothe and brighten skin. Enjoy a neck and hand massage as well as your choice of extractions or scalp massage. 35 minutes; $60. Mention Washingtonian.com at booking to receive 10 percent off until July 15. 1724 California St., NW; 202-328-6468; mintconditionyourself.com.

Season for Savings

South Moon Under’s semi-annual sale has begun. Take up to 50 percent off merchandise by names such as Juicy Couture, Glam, and Velvet, plus shoes, bathing suits, jewelry, and housewares. Visit southmoonunder.com for area locations.

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