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About Thread Social

Uptown elegance meet downtown chic in Thread Social's fun and flirty dresses and separates. The brainchild of fashion design veterans Beth Blake and Melissa Akey, Thread Social is the younger sister of Thread, a line of stylish bridesmaid dresses. Whether your clothing style is one-shoulder or strapless, bow-accented jersey top and jeans or flowing maxi dress, printed silk or striped seersucker, you’ll find it in Thread Social’s collection of sleek frocks geared for the on-the-go woman about town. Beloved for its flattering silhouettes, Thread Social has appeared in <i>Vogue</i>, <i>Elle</i>, <i>InStyle</i>, and <i>Glamour</i>.

Past Sales Featuring Thread Social

Sale Ended December 30, 2008

Women's Winter Wardrobing Event

Sale Ended October 07, 2010

Heat Wave: Miami Heat - 10/5/2010

While perfect for the tropics, this sexy, summery assortment would feel right at home in plenty of other hip locales. Striking colors and eye-popping prints give many of these mini sheaths, rompers and tees their red-hot appeal. In other cases, it’s all about the draping, as seen in dolman-sleeve poncho dresses, swingy studded halter-tops and silky jumpsuits with wide legs and blouson bodices.

Sale Ended August 12, 2013

Final Sale: Dresses Up to 90% Off

No need to break the bank to snag a stylish piece you'll wear again and again. Case in point: this mix of ultra-flattering dresses. From printed silk tunics to flirtatious strapless minis, we’ve got something for dinner parties, date nights, and weekend getaways.

Sale Ended August 08, 2013

The Ultimate Dress Shop: Everything Under $100

The idyllic days of summer won't last forever — and neither will the serious steals in this week's special edition of the Ultimate Dress Shop, where every single item is under $100. There's a dress for every occasion, from bright, beach-ready maxis and breezy designer prints to tailored office sheaths and silk cocktail frocks, all so nicely priced, we guarantee you'll want to scoop up more than one.<br /> &#8212;TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director