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The Best Local New Year’s Sales and Shopping Events

Check out bargains at the Denim Lounge, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Second Time Around, and more

A pair of Betsey Johnson shoes in a lucite cube   Photo: Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune

Top Sale This Week

New year, new denim, right? If you’re determined to stride into 2015 with your legs clad in the perfect dark wash skinny jeans, two jean-centric boutiques want to make that very easy for you. Stop by the Denim Lounge (2039 W. Roscoe St., thedenimlounge.com) today from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. for 60 percent off all sales and complimentary Bloody Marys to help you kick off the new year in the right pants. Or, if you’re a Joe’s Jeans wearer through and through, Joe’s Jeans Bucktown (1715 N. Damen Ave., joesjeans.com) is throwing an end-of-season sale through January 4 with markdowns up to 50 percent, and complimentary champagne for those brave enough to try out a denim fitting.

The Best of the Rest

  • If you believe all sections should be sale sections, visit Neiman Marcus Last Call (5220 Fashion Outlets Way, Rosemont, fashionoutletsofchicago.com) to experience a grand 30 to 60 percent off the entire store, now until January 6.
  • Resolved to thrift more? Drop by one of Second Time Around’s two Chicago locations (1543 N. Milwaukee Ave. and 823 W. Armitage Ave., secondtimearound.net) for 30 to 50 percent off winter items on New Year’s Day.
  • Cure your NYE hangover with some lazy online shopping at Betsey Johnson (betseyjohnson.com), where online purchases will be 30 percent off on New Year’s Day (and 25 percent off Friday through Sunday), plus free shipping with code HAPPY30.
  • In the market for a new wrap dress? The Diane Von Furstenberg outlet (5220 Fashion Outlets Way, Rosemont, fashionoutletsofchicago.com) is putting everything on sale up to 40 percent off, now until January 5, and that means wrap dresses galore in most colors under the sun.

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