Updated Sep 8, 2011 - 1:49 pm
Fashion's Night Out 2011 - Don't Miss It!
Tonight's the night - whip out your favorite, most fashionable cocktail dress and grab some girlfriends for Fashion's Night Out 2011!
Here's where you can join the festivities:
The Shops at the Bravern
This event is free to the public and will include fashion shows from Neiman Marcus and Anthropologie, live music, special in-store offers, (including a chance to win free Trophy cupcakes for a year! ) and an after-party at the David Barton gym.
BCBG Max Azria
Sip champagne and peruse BCBG's Fall 2011 collection - you'll also get a free .25 oz. bottle of their newest fragrance!
Prosecco. Italian cocktails. Amazing clothes. Be there.
Nordstrom Downtown Seattle
There'll be prizes, refreshments, hors d'oeuvres, and a DJ spinning some tunes while you browse through some of the newest merchandise. Stylists will be on hand to help you pick out the perfect fall wardrobe, AND they're setting up a cosmetics bar, complete with amazing makeup artists, to give mini-makeovers!
There'll be tons of in-store events and trunk shows, plus light refreshments and samples from various restaurants in U Village. Enjoy!
Swing by Alderwood Mall for fashion shows, treats, and swag.
Check out the Eddie Bauer at the Tacoma Mall for some fun incentives for anyone who purchases a pair of pants! You'll also get a sneak peek of their latest pieces from the Fall 2011 collection.
There are a few more locations around Western Washington participating in Fashion's Night Out - click here for more info (link to: http://fashionsnightout.com/fno/outside-nyc).
Happy shopping, fashionistas!
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