3 Sales to Check Out This Weekend: April 17-19

Shop the collections of indie New York designers and pick up some retro Pan Am bags.

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Shop Indie Designers at Urban Chic

This spring, Urban Chic relaunched with a new vision, featuring designers at more accessible price points. The shop is maintaining it’s new on-trend image with a trunk show of up-and-coming indie designers from New York throughout the weekend. Enjoy some gratis wine while shopping the spring collections, and enjoy 15 percent off any purchases. Urban Chic, 1626 Wisconsin Ave., NW; 202-338-5398.

Check Out Claire Florence’s Exclusive Line at M29 Lifestyle

The M29 Lifestyle boutique at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC launched an exclusive collection designed by Georgetown designer Claire Florence on Thursday. From tote bags to cashmere t-shirts, the collection is targeted at the boutique’s luxury customers, with prices running from $170 to $525. M29 Lifestyle, 2800 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; 202-295-2829.

Get Great Discounts on Eileen Fisher

Hit up Alexandria’s Gossypia boutique for deals on Eileen Fisher apparel. Shop the new collection for ten percent off, and nab 50 percent discounts on any Eileen Fisher sale styles. A chance to win door prizes and refreshments are also promised for those attending the shopping extravaganza. The sale runs through April 18. Gossypia, 325 Cameron St., Alexandria; 703-836-6969.

Pick Up Retro Pan Am Accessories at Acme Mid-Century + Modern

The mid-century decor and home furnishings store just got in a shipment of Pan Am bags, luggage tags, briefcases, and more. A fun accessory that’ll add a retro vibe to your look, these bags come in all shapes and sizes, they’re all marked down 15 percent. In keeping with the aviation theme, Acme is also marketing vintage airplane carts that can be used as a bar cart or makeshift kitchen island. The sale kicks off at 3 PM on Friday and runs through 5 PM on April 19. Acme Mid-Century + Modern, 218 South Royal St., Alexandria; 703-836-0333.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.