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Three Real Deals: Dress for Success Pop-Up Shop, Goldyn, and Goorin Bros. Sample Sales

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Everyone loves a good sale, and shopping opportunities are looking particularly good in Denver this weekend. A trio of fashionable events include deals at Goldyn, a Dress for Success pop-up shop, and a Goorin Bros. sample sale to top off the bargains.
Dress for Success Pop-Up Shop 
5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, July 28, and Friday, July 29; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 30 
The Chancery Building
1120 Lincoln Street

Dress for Success, the local charity that gives at-risk women a chance to become financially independent by providing them with business-wear, is hosting a VIP sale at its pop-up shop today and tomorrow; the shop is open to the public on Saturday. This is your chance to help out a local organization while snagging big designer brands like Coach, Michael Kors, Garbani, Escada and more at low, low prices. Click here for more information and to purchase your VIP tickets. 

"I first fell in love with this job when I was interning and styling the women clients for their job interviews," says Amara Martin, program coordinator for Dress for Success. "The outfits I picked out for them instilled them with confidence to go out and get a job and better themselves and their families.

"I have been in the fashion industry for my whole life: modeling, styling and marketing, everything," she continues. "This fashion event allows me to sell our designer pieces for $10 to $20. We have clothes, jewelry, handbags and shoes up to 75 to 95 percent off of retail price. The most important thing is that this sale supports underprivileged women in our community. The money you spend we use to better serve the women in our community. You are doing a fabulous thing by coming and shopping."

And that's just the start of the shopping opportunities.
Goldyn Sample Sale
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 28, through Sunday, July 31
2040 West 30th Avenue

The award-winning boutique Goldyn is hosting its annual sample sale, with all summer merchandise marked down by up to 70 percent, with an additional 20 percent off for some items. Designers include Helmut Lang, Rachel Comey, Shaina Mote, Apiece Apart, Simon Miller, Pamela Love, Mara Hoffman and many more. Click here for more information.

Goorin Bros. Sample Sale
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31
Buffalo Exchange
51 Broadway 
Goorin Bros., the family-owned (four generations!) hat-making company that has a shop on Larimer Square, will have a sample sale at Buffalo Exchange, where select styles of hats will be priced as low as $10. Swing by Buffalo Exchange or Goorin Bros. for more information or click here. 

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