Shop for deals tonight at Sewn and other South Broadway boutiques in Denver

If you want to get funky this holiday season, tonight's late-night shopping event on Broadway is just the ticket: Word has come down from Jil Cappuccio and Kirsten Coplans of the Westword Best of Denver-winning Sewn boutique that nineteen independent SoBo shops will keep their doors open until 8 p.m.

As for Sewn, the evening also includes a 10 percent discount on everything in the store -- and there's a lot, according to their pitch below.

See also: - Mona Lucero Design Boutique Tenth Anniversary Fashion Show - Frost: Fashion Denver's Holiday Market - Meet five designers showing at Frost: Fashion Denver's Holiday Market - Best Store on Broadway -- 2012: Sewn - Best Eclectica -- 2012: Ironwood - Best Kitchen Store -- 2012: Hazel & Dewey

We are filled to the brim with gifts galore: hand knit scarves, loopy cowl necks, hand warmers, sweaters, coats and so much more! Tons of stocking stuffers, hand crafted soaps, hair clips, ornaments for the tree, beautiful handmade and vintage jewelry, tie clips and cufflinks for the guys, sparkly holiday fair for the ladies -- there's something for everyone on your list!

What's in store for you? Find out today. And visit Sewn online for information.

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