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A.oei's new line now on display at Clementine's until March 12th. 

Image: A.oei

Thru March 8
Kiehl's
Bless science and their skin care advances. And bless Kiehl’s for the deal on skincare products that they have going on through March 8. Spend $65 and pick out four deluxe samples to help your skin rejuvenate from the harsh Seattle weather. Spend a little more and get a free full-sized cleanser.

March 9
Chophouse Row Popups
Every second Thursday is The Capitol Hill Art Walk, and for it, Chophouse Row is rolling out quite a few popups. From 6 to 9, shop from Butter Home, Cake Skincare, Brightbox Lightbox, Seattle Junk Love, along with all their usual tenants. While you shop, grab an ice cream cone from Kurt Farm Shop and enjoy the music from Greg Paul and Annie Ford.

March 9
Vestige Story’s Trunk Show
Nearby that Capitol Hill Art Walk, Glasswing will be hosting Vancouver-based Vestige Story’s new collection. The collection is inspired by Seattle local painter Mya Kerner, and both her and designer Aileen Lee will be there.

March 10–12
Shop and Dine to Make a Difference 
This weekend, head to U Village for some philanthropic shopping. Buy a Shop and Dine card that supports both Ronald McDonald House Charities and your love of clothes. With the card, you’ll receive 25% off at participating stores and restaurants, including Anthropologie, Free People, Mercer, and Scotch and Soda.

Thru March 12
A.oei Trunk Show
Inspired by a trip through the rocky mountains, A.oei's new line is clean, sharp, and a fresh take on "earth-influenced" fashion. They finally launched the collection at Clementines last week, and their trunk show is up until the March 12.

Ongoing
Luna Sandals' Latest for Spring
So what if it just snowed last week? Is it ever too early to start shopping for the warmer weather? Don’t answer that–just know that Seattle-made Luna Sandals just released their 2017 line of strappy shoes, and they will ship by the 10th. You can break them in around the house as you wait for the rain to stop falling.

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