The Deals and the Dish on Where You Need to Shop
Nov 4, 2010
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Window Shopping

Fun Shopping Events

Fun Shopping Events

Madison Children's Museum Appreciation Days

When: November 5–14
Where: Capitol Kids, 8 S. Carroll St.
Details: Print off the coupon on the kid's boutique website and twenty percent of your purchase will go to the Children's Museum. This locally owned, ten-year-old shop has super stylish kids' clothes, long-lasting toys and games that the whole family can enjoy.
More info: 28Fair Indigo's organic boyfriend cardigan, $790-0744. Capitolkids.com

Four-Year Anniversary Sale

When: November 5–7
Where: Fair Indigo, 570 N. Midvale Blvd.
Details: Get thirty percent off of all men’s and women’s apparel at the Hilldale shop! Fair Indigo’s eco-friendly bent means many of their items are made with organic cotton—but are also very fashionable, too.
More details: 661-7662.

Purple Goose Trunk Shows

When: November 20 (they’re held the first Tuesday and third Saturday of every month).
Where: The Purple Goose, 117 S. Pinckney St.
Details: Check out featured local artists at these fun shopping events. Snacks are provided and you’ll love the stock at this local boutique where everything is (amazingly!) under $100.
More info: 335-6065. Shopthepurplegoose.com

Madison Bead Society Annual Show and Sale

When: November 20, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Where: Westgate Mall atrium, (Whitney Way and Odana Road)
Details: Handcrafted work from local artisans is for sale, including jewelry and beaded creations.
More info: Liz Jones, 839-0226. Madisonbeadsociety.org

Confectionique Craft Market

When: November 26, 7 a.m.–4 p.m.; December 2, 6 p.m.–9 p.m.
Where: Confectionique, 8300 Airport Rd. (Middleton/Morey Airport)
Details: Confectionique is open one weekend per month and one Thursday night for a Nuit Blanche market. Get a start on holiday shopping with their upcoming markets, filled with handmade treasures of revamped and reclaimed vintage goods. Check out pillows, home décor, jewelry and kids’ items. Read about Confectionique in my blog here.
More info: 206-4590. Confectionique.com

Black Friday Sale

When: November 26, 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Where: MMoCA Museum Store, 227 State St.
Details: Head out early to get the best deals at the Museum of Contemporary Art Store—customers can get one item for twenty-five percent off (like the Resource Revival bike-gear desk clock, above!). If you’re a Museum member, you can get an additional ten to twenty percent off for a total savings of thirty-five to forty-five percent off. Check out art glass, cards, handbags, home accessories, jewelry and more. This store is one of the best gift destinations in the city!
More info: 257-3222. Mmoca.org

Downtown Open House

When: November 27, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Where: State Street and the Capitol Square
Details: Downtown’s annual tradition of sales, trolley rides, free gift bags and snacks at local retailers kicks off this holiday season. The free trolley rides continue through December 18.
More info: 512-1342. Visitdowntownmadison.com

Winnebago-Atwood Winter Festival

When: December 3, 5–9 p.m.
Where: Winnebago Street to Atwood Avenue
Details: This little east-side shopping enclave doesn’t seem to get as much attention as downtown or Hilldale Mall, but it’s a funky little strip of shops ranging from a pet store to athletic apparel to a yummy chocolate shop. So far participating retailers include: Absolutely Art, bad dog frida, Buddie’s Bites/Talbot Photography, Bunky’s Café, Catalyst, Eastside Shoe Repair, Gail Ambrosius, Lilian’s Shoppe, Monty’s Blue Plate Diner, Operation Fresh Start, The Green Owl, Victory Coffee Shop, Wilson’s Bar & Grill and Yonda’s Photography.
More info: Meghan Blake-Horst, Absolutely Art, 249-9100.

 

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As Madison Magazine's style editor, Shayna Mace writes the monthly "Window Shopping" column about Madison's coolest store owners, products and shops. She also reports on Madison's most stylish people, chic items she loves, store events and sales, and additional dish in her weekly blog. Her favorite places to check out around town are local boutiques, consignment and vintage shops for one-of-a-kind treasures, new restaurants and bars, and anywhere that affords her the opportunity to meet and talk to Madison's most inspirational (and many times, fashionable!) people.

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