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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 September 20, 2012

Sleek & Sophisticated: Dresses, Separates & More

From flattering sheath dresses and silk blouses to crisp trousers and elegant cashmere cardigans, we’ve got a little bit of everything to help refine your fall wardrobe. Stock up on picks from contemporary labels (and Gilt favorites) like Thread Social, Elie Tahari, and Magaschoni.

Sale Ended February 02, 2013

Thread Social

After years of creating head-turning bridesmaids dresses for girls who wanted something stylish, the visionaries behind Thread created this line of fun and flirty party frocks — and we’ve been stockpiling them ever since. Our great selection includes figure-flattering silhouettes, from frocks with serious frills — pleated seersucker and ruffled shoulders — to full-volume skirts, little floral dresses, and more.

Sale Ended December 03, 2012

Block Party

This season, when it comes to color, more is definitely more. Color-blocking is the perfect way to make a entrance at holiday parties, so it’s time to stock up on vibrant picks in this sale. We’ve got bright dresses, silk tops, sweaters, and more, in everything from cobalt blue and coral to lime and hot pink. You’ll find plenty of statement-making looks by mix masters like Jay Godrey, Isabel Lu, Derek Lam, and others.

Sale Ended November 15, 2012

Classics Revisited

We’re all for sporting timeless silhouettes this season, but how about mixing things up a bit? Check out this selection of quintessential wardrobe staples, each with an unexpected twist. LBDs get a serious update here — draped satin frocks, bustier bandage dresses, and mod cashmere shifts. Basic mini skirts are anything but when wrapped, ruched, and covered in sequins. And if you thought you knew classic trousers, think again. You’ll find high-waisted styles in plum and metallic brown, wrought in bold-faced materials like leather, sateen, and wool herringbone.