Boutique Bargains Returns to Atlantic Station

Bi-annual event slashes prices on designer fashions from more than 20 local boutiques.

Get out your wallet.

will hold an upscale bargain bonanza this weekend that will feature discounted fashions from more than 20 local boutiques.

Boutique Bargains, a bi-annual event, returns to Midtown Friday, Jan. 20, and Saturday, Jan. 21, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

It's a "must-attend for Atlanta’s hardcore shoppers," spokeswoman Caroline Wilbert said in an email.

The sale, which will discount clothes and accessories 50 to 70 percent, will be held in the former Pier 1 Imports space next to on 18th Street in Atlantic Station.

Boutiques from across metro Atlanta will participate, including several from the Midtown and Buckhead area such as Bilthouse, Brina’s Beads/Kelly’s Closet, Fab'rik, Just the Thing, Tulipano, Poppy’s and Les Nouvelles.

“Fab'rik enjoys being a part of the boutique warehouse sale because it allows us to gain exposure, create new customer contacts and of course, liquidate our end-of-season merchandise," said Angelique Witcher, Midtown store manager at Fab'rik. The chain has several locations in Georgia including stores at Atlantic Station, on West Peachtree Street in Midtown and near Lenox Mall in Buckhead. 

Witcher said customers can expect "amazing" deals from Fab'rik including $10 and $20 shoes, buy-one-get-one-free jeans and fashions marked down 50 to 70 percent.

There will be a "prize wheel" at the sale, Wilbert said. Every hour, a shopper will win an item from one of the participating boutiques.

“We've participated in the Boutique Bargains event for several seasons now, and it's always been such a huge success," said Katie Hobbs, co-owner of West Midtown-based, online-only boutique Les Nouvelles. "As an online store, it's a great way for us to mingle with the Atlanta boutique community, which has such a strong and diverse fashion selection with a great mix of contemporary and ready to wear designers.”

More information about Boutique Bargains is online.


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