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    NEWSLETTERS

    Tightlip on Etsy
    Seeing starz.

    SCREEN FOR FRESHNESS: There are people who make city style look effortless. It's pretty likely that those people spend some time shopping at Mesh in North Park. With structured cardigans, pencil skirts and clothes you wish your guy would wear, they've got a knack for featuring single pieces that add a lot of style without emptying your wallet. Today only, Mesh is having a 3rd Anniversary sale and they're knocking 15% off everything in the store. Grab some tops, dresses, hats, hoodies and a ton of other stuff for $12-$21 per piece.

    POCKET CHANGE: Where were you when Stussy clothing came into style? If you're in Downtown's 5&A Dime store, you'll wonder if it ever left. They carry the classic shirts and hoodies from that brand, along with graphic pieces and accessories from Hellz Bellz, Zoo York and many others. Men will also enjoy a wide selection of skate-style clothing, shoes and hats. If you happen by this Sunday, you can join them and their brand new projector for 80's movie night in the parking lot (bring your own amenities). Vote for your movie of choice here.

    TAG BACKS: He's just getting started, but Vista spray-paint artist Tightlip has opened up an Etsy shop to show off his first cracks at clothing. By spray-painting tanks and tees, he creates wearable pieces for $15 or less. He's open to custom designs, too, so get your creative juices flowing and send him a note, or purchase a ready-made item online.