Shopping Guide: July 7-13

Now–July 12: Summer Spend & Save Sale at Stephanie’s: With deals on clothing and jewelry as high as 70% off, you won’t want to miss this annual sale at the high-end St. Paul boutique. The shop recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and is known for its high-quality denims and dresses, as well as its selection of jewelry and accessories from local designers. (758 Cleveland Ave. S., St. Paul,

Now–July 12: Walker Shop’s Semi-Annual Sale: The museum shop’s biggest sale of the year includes huge discounts on jewelry, home and office accessories, toys, books, and more! Certain items are as much as 90% off, and bins of items marked at $1, $5, and $10 offer incredible deals on designer merchandise. Walker members receive an additional 10% off as well. (1750 Hennepin Ave., Mpls.,

July 9–16: Nordstrom Anniversary Sale: If you’re a Nordstrom Rewards member, you’re in luck: You have access to this annual sale—Nordstrom’s biggest of the year—before it officially begins on July 17. Prices go up August 3rd, so there’s plenty of time to take advantage of the deals. However, quantities for this pre-sale are limited. Brands on sale include Rag & Bone, Diane von Furstenberg, Rebecca Taylor, Topshop, and more. (1000 NW Court, Bloomington,

July 11: Cliché’s Annual Sidewalk Sale: Although the shop’s annual 4th of July sale is pushed back this year, it will still look familiar to Cliché’s clientele. Racks priced at $5, $10, and $15 will be full of clothes from this past season. The sale goes from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., but we recommend that you get there early for the widest selection of clothes. (2430 Lyndale Ave S., Mpls.,

July 11: Minnesota Summer Wine Festival and Market: Come choose from a selection of locally-made wines from 20 of Minnesota’s own wineries. From noon to 5 p.m., each guest is entitled to purchase 6 bottles of wine at this festival, which also includes wine tastings, snacks, live music from local bands, and a sidewalk sale featuring merchandise from nearby shops. The only catch? You must be 21 to attend. (The Shops at West End, 1621 West End Blvd, St. Louis Park,

July 11: Annual MN Fashion Truck Fest: The second annual festival features clothing, jewelry, and accessories from several “mobile boutiques” (including Style a Go-Go, Zo Chic, and Village on the Go) as well as dessert vendors, live music, a photo booth, and an outdoor lounge. Prices range from affordable to downright cheap, and looks are pretty high-end. Head to the Ramada lot between 4 and 8 p.m. (10th and 11th Sts., Mpls.,

July 11: Art at St. Kate’s: Stop by and check out the work of more than 100 local artists at this annual fair, which takes place on the picturesque St. Kate’s triangle lawn. Co-sponsored by the Artists’ Circle and the Textile Center, the fair showcases everything from paintings to blown glass to handmade clothing and accessories. Support and interact with local artists and artisans—including redshoes26, Megan Moore, Ink Orchard, and more—and add to your own collection at this daylong event. (2004 Randolph Ave, St. Paul,

July 12: ARENA Bikini’s Oasis Pool Party: This annual benefit for ARENA DANCES, a local modern dance company, is going poolside at the beautiful Calhoun Beach Club. In keeping with the theme, models will sport beachwear looks from local designers. Sponsored by AVIV Vodka, the event will feature a selection of cocktails, as well as a performance by ARENA dancers. Tickets are $25 and all proceeds go to support local artists. (2925 Dean Pkwy., Mpls.,

July 13-18: Casa Verde Design’s Blow-Out Sale: Take 40-80% off luxury merchandise at the award-winning design firm’s lengthy showroom sale. Choose from custom furniture, as well as art and accessories from local artists. Brands on sale include Casamidy, Simon Pearce, Swans Island, and Libeco Lines. For those looking for luxury home furnishings on a budget, these deals are unprecedented. (911 West 50th Street, Mpls.,

July 16: July Workshop and new products at Wind and Willow Home: This month’s creative workshop at Wind and Willow’s studio will focus on floral arranging. Learn how to make beautiful floral arrangements and turn the arrangements into floral crowns with the help of Ann Nelson of The Flower Fades. Space for the workshop is extremely limited, so act fast to participate. In addition to this event, Wind and Willow recently announced a new line of hand-marbled products, now available on Etsy. (319 West 48th St., Mpls.,