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EVERYWHERE—15-year-old boutique Otte is teaming up with The Arrangement to provide ready-to-go bouquets for mom, complete with vases and packaging, starting at $50 at all of their locations (including their Williamsburg pop-up shop). They're also offering an extra 25% off your purchase of almost anything in the store—that includes sale items, but excludes bags and fine jewelry.
SOHO—Have a little
Sunday Sundae Fundae with mom at Cosabella, where all purchases come with a free thong (valued at $21.50) and a Tipsy Scoop sundae—flavors like cake batter vodka martini and Prosecco sorbet will be available alongside a toppings bar. While the treats will only be available from 1pm through 4pm on Sunday, pajamas sets will 25% off for moms only, and the entire store is 15% off all day long.
SOHO—Guys who need a clean-up before a Mother's Day brunch can head over to Harry's Corner Shop on MacDougal Street, where you can pick up a bouquet provided by La Fleur Garçon for just $20 with any grooming service or in-store purchase (or $30 if you're not buying anything else). The florist will be available between 11am and 5pm on Saturday, and 11am through 2pm on Sunday.
PARK SLOPE—Another 1999-er celebrating moms is A. Cheng, who's throwing an in-store party on Sunday with Stems Brooklyn. From 10:30am through 2pm, stop in for snacks, "sparkly drinks", last-minute gifts from the new spring collection, and ready-to-go bouquets in two different sizes for $30 or $50. You can reserve one ahead of time by sending an e-mail request here.
TRIBECA—And lastly, the Steven Alan Home store is getting in on the action with a store party from 1pm through 5pm on Sunday. Jewelry designer Blanca Monrós Gómez will be on hand to offer an expanded selection of her jewelry, Brrch will have flowers, and Kuroiwa Patisserie will be providing treats.