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Gilt City Warehouse Sale: Get Your Tickets Now

This shopping party boasts some major deals.

A few of the designer steals up for grabs at the sale. All photographs courtesy of Gilt.

We gotta admit, we do love a shopping party. Snacks, bubbly, tunes, AND discounts? Where do we sign up?!

On March 23, get your shop on at the Gilt City Warehouse Sale, which offers up designer duds from Gilt’s enviable stash of men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, plus shoes, bags, jewelry, and homewares at steep discounts off retail prices. And when we say steep, we mean it: a $2,190 Zac Posen dress for $430, a $520 Helmut Lang number for $104, and Dockers pants for just $15. And did we mention the $1,285 Brian Atwood snakeskin clutch, marked down all the way to $250? We die.

When you aren’t perusing the killer merch, sip cocktails from bev sponsors La Marca Prosecco, Whitehaven Wine, New Amsterdam Vodka, and Vita Coco, nibble on Pretzel Crisps, or pose for pics in the photo kiosk. A live deejay and promos from the likes of Uber and Seamless Web round out the fun. Friday night’s soiree is already sold out, but you can still snag tickets for three of Saturday’s time slots.

Gilt City DC Warehouse Sale has tickets available for entry during three time slots starting at 11 AM on Saturday, March 23. Long View Gallery. 1234 Ninth St., NW. Tickets are $10 at Gilt City’s DC site.

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