It’s finally here! Our Fourth of July Sale has arrived and we will be marking our already low prices even lower! Starting this Friday, June 28th until July 3rd. We will be closed on the 4th. Our sale will range from 20-75% off our regular prices in addition to our red and green line sale described here! We will also have a special table out with items for only $4!
Look out for these green lines (and red!) meaning that adorable skirt or fun top you just grabbed will either be 50% off or only $3.99! This will be going on throughout the month so come in for some great deals! If the tag has BOTH lines then whichever price is cheaper, that’s what you pay.
We will be having a fabulous Fourth of July Sale! Starting the 28th of June and lasting until the 3rd of July. Items will be marked as low as $3.99 and many items will range from 20-75% off! This is one you don’t want to miss…
Sunday, August 12th 12PM-5PM
Roll it! Jam it! Pack It!
Come stuff a bag for $15. We Provide the bag.
To celebrate the return of summer, Scout Ries and Andrew Monborne of Yorktown High School will be our featured artists of June.
Come in this Saturday, June 16th, for the opening from 12-4. Snacks and beverages will be avalible. There is also a 20% discount for show guests! (some exceptions may apply)
Bio: My name is Scout Ries. I am 17 years old and I will be graduating from Yorktown High School this summer. Next year I will be attending Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts, and, as of now, I plan to major in photography. I love art, both visual and musical. Along with photography I also paint, draw, and sculpt.
Bio: Andrew Monborne. 18. Photographer/Musician. Dickinson College. Environmental Science/Art Student
Just in time for holiday shopping, Masha Harmon from Yorktown High School will be our featured artist for the month of December.
Masha is a senior and in her third year studying photography. Her portfolio features close-up pictures of flowers, inspired by the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe. This is Masha, dressed as Georgia O’Keeffe did in a photograph by her husband Alfred Stieglitz, along with one of Masha’s flower pictures.
Masha won the PTA Reflections contest in the photography category at Yorktown during her first year of photography, and exhibited in the congressional art show at the Arlington Arts Center last year and in a juried show at Photoworks at Glen Echo Park earlier this year. She studied photography last summer at Photoworks.
Masha plans to study next year at Davis & Elkins College in West Virginia, where she intends to study environmental science, sports management and photography.
Her show will be on view at It’s All Good starting Wednesday, November 30. An opening night celebration is planned for Saturday, December 3, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and the show will run through December.
Attention shoppers… DON’T MAKE PLANS FOR THIS SATURDAY!!!
We’re having a party!
To celebrate our completely NEW look and all the great NEW spring clothes we just got in we’re having a big sale so you get even sweeter deals. Get clothes for up to 80% off retail price (plus additional sale)!! You even get a FREE GIFT just for coming in (if you bring your coupon!) We’ll have drinks, snacks, and a RAFFLE so don’t miss out! The store looks great (even better and more changed than in the pics below) and the clothes are super cute
To get your free gift coupon just email and request one from firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting April 6th, come in and check out this month’s featured artists: Jennifer Davis and Diana Guerci from Yorktown High School.
Jennifer is a 17-year-old high school senior and has been enrolled in photography at Yorktown High School since she was a freshman. She has won a gold key for her photography in 2010 and a gold and silver key for her creative writing in 2011.
She aspires to be either an art photographer or a photojournalist and plans to enroll in Syracuse University in fall of 2011. Her preferred photography style is fashion/art.
Diana is also a 17-year-old high school senior and has participated in multiple photography summer programs, including a photography intensive at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
She is primarily interested in fashion photography and plans to attend the San Francisco Art Institute where she will major in photography.
There will be an opening night celebration of their work on April 6th from 5 – 7 pm in the store and their showing will run until May 2nd.
We’ve done a major revamp of It’s All Good! Here’s a peek of the changes we’ve made so far. Stop in and let us know what you think!