Three items that would increase the real estate of any woman’s closet and make it a happier place: Marcus Lupfer T-shirt, Hermès scarf, Chanel necklace.
Marcus Lupfer T-shirt would be so much fun to wear and would probably do just as net-a-porter says paired with jeans and heels, when worn out of the house, jeans and low-heeled boots when doing the runaround. Jeans for the heeled look would have to be a dark wash at this age, only if I could get my hands on it. Thirteen year old daughter took the blue spray photos and she loves this thing.
Orange box, brown ribbon, red silk scarf? Sounds like Fall to me.
Thinking if I won this would totally do the head-wrap, keeping it modern.
And, since you can’t get anything Chanel online, only makeup, fragrance, and skin care, this piece is sure to draw lots of action. Women love most anything Chanel and Chanel goes with most anything. Wear this anytime, anywhere, and forever.
These are just three of the about fifty fashion items that will be raffled off next week Friday at the 10th annual Fall in Fashion luncheon to raise funds for the WNY Women’s Foundation.
The mission of the Foundation is to remove roadblocks and provide opportunities to enable women and girls to become self-sufficient. Those doing this work believe that when women and girls are secure, entire communities are stronger. How can you not get behind that?
Near Buffalo NY next week Friday November 1? To get your ticket or for more information contact Lindsay at email@example.com.
If you love fashion and love to feel good about loving fashion, Fall in Fashion is an event not to be missed. With the idea of supporting women and girls at the heart of the luncheon and auction items like these, it will be a sell-out.
Love all the pieces. Watched a piece on PBS last night about Coco Chanel – very appropriate to be raffling off Chanel products to provide opportunities for women and girls to become self – sufficient. Coco would approve!
Thank you for reading and thank you for commenting. Will definitely have to catch the PBS program on Coco, thank you.