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Boutique Week Begins Today in L.A.
Starting today and running for an entire week, a number of independent boutiques are each offering special discounts to shoppers as part of Boutique Week, happening October 24-31 in several major U.S. cities.Among the L.A. boutiques participating in this semi-annual event include Una Mae's, Betsey Johnson, Calleen Cordero, Unique Vintage, Clever, Atmosphere, and more; a full list and access to discounts is here. You'll need to get the access code in order to receive the 25% (or more) discount at the various stores, which are located all over Los Angeles, from the South Bay to Sherman Oaks.
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