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What’s the Deal: A Miner Miracle Sample Sale, Bastille, Danielle + More

Wait until that deal come round...

A Miner Miracle: Through Saturday, the local non-profit organization hosts a designer sample sale to raise funds to support its programs, which include providing professional clothing and image counseling to low-income men, women and young adults seeking employment. We hear the merchandise filling the 5,000-square-foot space will be restocked hourly and includes sizes 2-16. Expect labels such as Calvin Klein, Velvet, Paper Denim & Cloth, DKNY, Ann Taylor and London Fog at 60-80 percent off retail. Sale takes place from 10 am to 6 pm at A Miner Miracle Shop, 441 Sutter St., 415-398-2155.

Fabulous Fashionista Sample Sale: Back in San Francisco on Saturday, this sale at Fort Mason means labels such as Ella Moss, James Perse and BCBG at up to 70 percent off. We hear there will be over 2,000 dresses, tops and handbags on offer during the sale. Sizes run 0-12, and you’ll save an additional 10 percent when you pay in cash.

Danielle San Francisco: This Cow Hollow store only has two major sales a year, and one of them starts today. Stop by the shop for up to 50 percent off on labels such as Apriori, Gant, Michael Stars, Ted Baker and Chaiken.

What’s the Deal: Revolver, Wilkes Bashford, Green Home + More

It may be cold outside, but at least these San Francisco shopping deals are hot.

Revolver: For the next week, score 25 percent off at this Haight destination for art and apparel by local and international names.

Wilkes Bashford: Both the San Francisco and Palo Alto store locations are offering a buy one item, get the second for $1 sale on already marked down summer pieces from labels such as Kiton, Zegna and Brioni. While shoes and handbags are excluded from the $1 promotion, we hear you’ll also find a selection of summer footwear from labels such as Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin on sale as well.

Green Home
: GreenSmart eco-friendly backpacks and messenger bags made of recycled plastic bottles are 20 percent off this week.

What’s the Deal: Goorin Brothers, Barneys Warehouse Sale, Sidewalk Skincare + More

Have we got a deal for you...

Goorin Brothers
: The annual summer sale from this local maker of hats means 50 percent off select styles through Sunday.

Barneys Warehouse Sale: You’ve got a just over a week to make it to Fort Mason for this massive sale featuring 50 to 75 percent off the department store’s upscale merch for men, women, children and the home. Sale runs through Aug. 8.

Sidewalk Skincare: 7x7 readers will snag 15 percent off the local line’s Shoe Survival Balm with the discount code 7x7sidewalk.

Nice Rack: We Browse What’s New at Local Boutiques

As much as we’d like to be able to regularly browse San Francisco boutiques at a leisurely pace, taking in what’s new and fabulous at each, we’re much more likely to rush out like heat-seeking missiles when we need something specific. Because we suspect many busy readers are much the same, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to do the browsing for you. Below, what’s new at five local boutiques:

What’s the Deal: Union Street Sidewalk Sale, aha yoga, Napoleon Perdis + more

Sometimes, you just gotta deal...

Union Street Sidewalk Sale: Starting today and continuing on through Sunday, over 100 boutiques and shops along Cow Hollow’s Union Street and Fillmore Street main shopping drags will be taking it outdoors with individual sales offering up to 80 percent off current merchandise. Stop by for deals from participating shops, including Ambiance, Marmalade, Lululemon, The Blues Jeans Bar, My Boudoir Lingerie and others.

aha yoga: 7x7 readers can save on a brand new set of summer workshops from the Cow Hollow yoga studio. Mention 7x7 to attend the Breathflow Transformational Breathing Intro Workshop on Aug. 7 ($49, reg. $60), the accompanying day-long Transitional Retreat ($95, reg. $115) on Aug. 8 or both events at a discount ($120, reg. $144). To register, call 415-440-9642.

What’s the Deal: Levi’s, Jimmyjane, Self Edge + More

What's your deal? Here are ours:

Nordstrom Anniversary Sale: Starting today, sale prices are in effect on both men’s and women’s apparel, shoes, handbags and accessories. The sale runs through Aug. 2.

Jimmyjane: The local company’s upscale, design-oriented pleasure products, including toys such as limited edition platinum and gold vibrators, are on sale through July 21 for up to 50 percent off or more.

My Boudoir Lingerie
: Stop by during the Cow Hollow boutique’s Bikes and Boudoir happy hour event today for 25 percent off all lingerie.

Self Edge: The San Francisco store will be offering 15 percent off all merchandise on Saturday and Sunday.

Double Up on Vintage this Week

Two events to please your inner vintage fiend hit San Francisco this week. Both offer chances to revel in vintage apparel and accessories that you won’t find in land-based stores.

What’s the Deal: Candystore Collective, Conifer, Urban Outfitters and More

Hark! It's spring and summer sale time around the city's shopping destinations. If you're hitting the offerings in Cow Hollow and the Marina (serious discounts at Conifer, y&i and Urban Outfitters), fuel up with these deals from Mobile Spinach to maximize shopping energy and success.

What’s the Deal: Metier, Sarah Shaw, gr.dano, Bare Escentuals + More

Sometimes, you just gotta deal....

Metier: The Sutter Street boutique has marked down spring collections from labels such as Zero + Maria Cornejo by 35 percent.

: The San Francisco-based label and 2010 California Design Biennial honoree is having its first-ever trunk show and sample sale. Stop by 440 Brannan Studio, 400 Brannan St., SF today from 4-10 p.m. and Saturday from 10 am-6 pm for up to 80 percent off retail prices.

Decadestwo Comes to San Francisco (+ Win VIP Passes)

We’re betting there will be more stylish women per square foot in and around Fort Mason this week than any other location in town. The reason: the much-anticipated Decadestwo Pop-Up Shop, which descends on the City with a private preview hosted by Vanessa Getty and founder Gina Pell on Thursday night before opening to the public on Friday.

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