Women's or Girls' Top or Canvas Pouches with In-Store Pickup at Frankie's on the Park (Up to 70% Off)

Lincoln Park

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$54 70% $37.80
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Women’s vintage top, plaid and denim girls’ top, or crystal canvas pouches; in-store pickup at Frankie’s on the Park in Lincoln Park only

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 30 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Voucher expires 30 days after purchase. Available for in-store pickup only. Valid only at listed location. Exchanges must be completed in store. Returns must be initiated in store. If not redeemed by promotional value expiration date, amount paid will be refunded. Not Valid with Groupon promo codes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for Groupon promo codes or other discounts.

In-Store Pickup

Choose from Three Options

  • $16.20 for a women’s vintage Havana lace-back top ($54 value) *$25 for two Me.n.u. crystal canvas pouches ($50 value)
  • $19.20 for a girls’ So Nikki denim and plaid flannel top ($48 value)
  • Available only for in-store pickup at Frankie’s on the Park in Lincoln Park; click here to view hours.

How to Pick Up In-Store

  1. Purchase this offer.
  2. Visit participating location(s) during normal business hours to pick up your product(s).
  3. Present your printed or mobile voucher in the store to claim your product(s).

Note: If your Groupon is not redeemed by the promotional value expiration date, the amount you originally paid will be refunded to you.

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For comfort, it’s hard to beat good old-fashioned cotton. Find out why with Groupon’s look at the fiber.

Cotton starts its life as a seedpod, a bundle of fibers that, as the seeds grow, pops out of its shell into a puff that looks almost comically akin to a drugstore cotton ball. Glance at a plant bedecked by these things, and you’ll understand in an instant why someone long ago might have thought it’d be nice to dress up in them.

Getting to that point, though, is a complex process involving lots of special machinery to harvest and clean the cotton. A carding machine sorts all the cotton’s tiny fibers into a single direction, and they’re then separated into long strands. To form yarn, a spinning machine twists the strands up to 2,500 times. The yarn then can be woven into cloth, which then can become clothing.

Cotton’s appeal can be traced down to the microscopic level. Each tiny fiber is hollow, creating an easy passageway for moisture from the surface of your skin or from the frogs you’ve been hiding under your shirt so Mom doesn’t see. Synthetic threads don’t absorb and release moisture as effectively. While cotton’s not a perfect fiber—it wrinkles and shrinks easily, for one thing—its flaws can be addressed by blending cotton threads with other materials. For instance, when cotton is blended with polyester, it becomes more resistant to wrinkles. Through blending and different weaving techniques, cotton can turn into everything from sturdy denim and khaki to lightweight gingham and chambray.

Merchant Location Map
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    Lincoln Park

    2322 North Clark Street

    Ste 4

    Chicago, IL 60614

    +17732480400

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