Dutch Bike Co.
The Dutch Bike Co.'s Bakfiets Cargo model, which you can try out at BK Flea on Saturday.
WHEELHOUSE: This Saturday and next, the people from Seattle/Chicago’s Dutch Bike Co. return to the Brooklyn Flea in Fort Greene, with the plan to possibly open a 718 outpost. Come by to take their retro rides – like this "Bakfiets" Cargo model, not cheap at $2749, but a Harley-level investment, value-wise – for a spin. Brooklyn Flea, 176 Lafayette Avenue, Fort Greene, Brooklyn; 718-935-1052.
PENNY LOVER: Old Navy is the master of the cheap thrill. We couldn’t resist the lure of their $1 flip-flops this summer, and we won’t be able to resist their $1 performance fleece scarves, either. They’re capping the deal at five per shopper. It goes down this Saturday only; head here for locations.
’NESS IS MORE: For one day only, score savings of up to 80% on past-season merch at the Lulu Guinness sample sale. That means the cheeky label’s baubles, accessories and bags will be marked down as low as $15 in some cases. Banzai! Showroom, 39 Worth Street, Suite 5W; 212-226-2925.
PREEN: Gorgeous, stunning, utterly original: Snag a pair of these peacock-motif Tattoo Socks – stockings which mimic a leg tattoo -- to wear with your holiday-staple LBD (little black dress) while supplies last. $23 via Etsy.com.
LAST DAY: At this point, Lucky magazine's "Lucky Shops" event requires no introduction – just a friendly reminder from us to wear comfy shoes (for the line) and to remember to hydrate. Because scoring up-to-75%-off deals on merchandise from more than 50 brands (including Charlotte Ronson and Vena Cava) is like the NYC marathon: You need to focus on endurance, not sprinting. Saturday, $20; purchase tickets at luckyshops.com. Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street; 866-458-2598.
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