What You'll Get
Clothes may make the man, but they haven’t yet gotten the hang of making most other primates, which is why you see so few Italian wool chimpanzees. Celebrate our dressy dominance over bipedal brethren with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of high-end men's and women's apparel and accessories at Boutique/83 in Central West End. Valid in-store only.
Boutique/83 co-owners Chad Roundtree and Perchelle O’Boyle feed dapper dressers a steady diet of fashion-forward attire and accessories from more than 30 designer brands. Boutique/83’s neon-green door guides chain-weary shoppers out of a stormy sea of sameness into a pool of carefully culled designer fashions. Garment geared guys can satiate their body’s need for style with items such as the button-downable Ben Sherman Sportster ($48), or bottom-half basics such as Modern Amusement plaid-print shorts ($45). Fashionable females can treat their torsos to a Rebecca Beeson tee ($35), lavish their lower limbs with Robert Rodriguez chocolate pants ($90), or bedeck their bodies in an Yana K brown multi-print dress ($50), ideal adornment for dressy occasions, such as a 30-year preschool reunion. In addition, a line up of jewelry, handbags, watches, and ties stand at attention, ready to be a wearable wingman at a moment’s notice.
Boutique/83’s stylish staff stays closely connected to fashion trends across the country to artfully edit their ever-changing inventory. Surrounded by the season’s latest styles, patrons will feel as if they've been transported to New York, Los Angeles, or Fashion, Iowa. Prices range from $32–$390 for men and $30–$450 for women, allowing everyone to look like a million bucks even if they haven't undertaken a massive deer roundup or painful antler implants.
- Jewel-encrusted pieces from L.A. designer Meghan Fabulous and celeb favorite Nicole Miller offer a mix of glitz and glam. – Jeanette Cooperman, St. Louis magazine
- This concentration adds to the vibrancy of the neighborhood, gives residents even more reason to shop locally, and draws those from outside the area to a unique shopping environment. – nicki's central west end guide
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid toward sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.