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What's the Deal: Sofie Olgaard, Skunkfunk, Secession and more

It's hard to behave with so many ways to save...

What’s the Deal: Beklina, My Boudoir, Lemon Twist and more…

The rain may be falling, but so are the prices at these local shops.

Beklina: A winter sale from this eco-minded NorCal-based online shop means deals on Ivana Helsinki leggings, ParkVogel tops and Green Bees boots.

My Boudoir: Stop by this Cow Hollow tonight from 6 to 9 p.m., and you’ll get a sneak peek of the new super-girlie Footsie Parties hitting San Francisco this month alongside 30 percent off lingerie.

What's the Deal: Market SF, Ben Sherman, Belljar and more...

We’d take dealin’ over wheelin’ any day…

Market SF: The Hayes Valley pop-up shop closes for good this Sunday. Until then, remaining items from over 50 local artists and designers are going for 25 percent off. Stop by during the Friday closing party between 6 and 9 pm for drinks and live beats by Mr. Rogers.

Best Bets for NYE-Worthy Party Dresses

Only two days to go before the decade’s officially done-zo, and you’ve got a whole lot of nada to wear for the occasion? Pause, breathe. Then try one of these local shops for the perfect New Year's Eve party dress.

What's the Deal: Post-Holiday Sales

Christmas cash burning a hole in your handbag? Post-holiday sales are in full swing. A few on our radar this week:

What’s the Deal: Tan Bella, Filippa K, SenSpa and more...

Deal or no deal...

Filippa K: A sale currently underway at this FiDi store offers 30 percent off items from the fall and winter collection.

Tan Bella: First-time customers receive a free tanning service of their choice when they book a cut or color at Vim and Vigor. Be sure to mention this offer when you book. The free tan can be redeemed anytime.

Do Good on Friday, and Macy’s Street Teams May Give You $25

Bestow random acts of kindness, and you may be rewarded in unexpected ways. No, we’re not recalling a message from our last fortune cookie, but the latest holiday promotion from Macy’s.

On Friday, Dec. 11, two street teams (dubbed the Macy’s Believe Newsboys) will be roving through downtown San Francisco looking for people doing good acts in their daily lives. When they spot a deserving individual, street teams will reward them for their positive deeds and acts of kindness with $25 Macy’s Believe Bonus cards, good toward future purchases at the department store.

The promotion is part of Macy’s National Believe Day, which encourages the spirit of the season through various charitable initiatives.

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