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3 Major Sales in DC This Week: June 22-28

Don’t miss $65 dresses or a fashion flea market.

Britt Ryan and Kiki Lynn Warehouse Sale

Georgetown boutique Britt Ryan will be offering major discounts on past and current season apparel, including $65 dresses, $45 tops, and $40 shorts. On the second floor, local designer Kimberly McKinley will be offering up to 65 percent off her line, Kiki Lynn, including dresses, skirts, and shirts. The sales will run June 24 through 27 at Kiki Lynn and June 24 through 28 at Britt Ryan. Swing by on Thursday, June 25, between 6 and 8 PM for summer cocktails, sales, and door prizes. Britt Ryan and the Kiki Lynn showroom are located on the first and second floors of 1625 Wisconsin Ave., NW.

DC Goodwill Summer Trunk Show

On Friday and Saturday, the Pepco Edison Place Gallery will temporarily function as a retail spot for DC Goodwill’s Summer Trunk Show. The sale selections will feature summer styles and accessories pulled from Washington, DC Goodwill stores. The sale is in part a celebration of Goodwill’s 80th year in Washington, so the gallery will be decorated with images of Goodwill’s history in DC. The Pepco Edison Place Gallery is located at 702 Eighth St., NW, and the sale will run from 11 AM to 5 PM on Friday, June 26, and from 11 AM to 3 PM on Saturday, June 27.

Fashionista Flea Market

The open-air market was started in Bowie, Maryland by Monica Byrd, who wanted to bring together the cast-offs of local fashionistas for a bargain hunter’s dream sale. The market will open in Washington starting Saturday, June 27, and remain open every Saturday throughout the summer. The market’s curated list of over 50 vendors will sell second-hand apparel, shoes, and jewelry, as well as books, beauty, art, and home decor. Visit the sale to hunt down vintage goods or gently-used designer finds from the closets of the area’s most fashionable. The sale will take place at 945 Florida Ave., NW. Head to the website for free registration.

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Associate Editor

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.