12 Days of Seasonably Chic Showcase: Day 4

Ahh! The big day is only four days away! Here’s a sneak peek of some of the vendors you’ll see at the Nov. 6 Seasonably Chic Showcase… as well as some “favorite things” me and my intern Drew Ross picked out. We’re like the new Oprahs – except not as popular or rich. : )

Little Liza Jane’s Boutique:
Drew and I are super proud to be an Aunt and Uncle. Being as such, we both almost emptied our bank accounts to buy everything at this adorable boutique. Little Liza Jane’s Boutique, located in Montgomery, is a great place to spoil your child or a child close to you. Pictured to the left is an organic rattle and blanket set we fell in love with. The best part about this is the 100% organic fabric. Kids like to put everything in their mouth (and who knows where else), so it’s good to know it’s organic and not dripping with harmful chemicals. Little Liza Jane’s is also a consignment shop! We’re working with them to do the 2:30pm fashion show at Seasonably Chic, so you’ll definitely want to check out that show that’s sure to be cuteness overload.

Exclusive A Tamra Berry Studio:
We’ve worked with Exclusive: A Tamra Berry Studio a few times on events, and every time I’ve been blown away with how amazing our models look. Tamra Berry is a makeup master and has a true attention to detail. So much so, she developed her own line of makeup (Exclusive), which she sells in her shop in Glendale. I went through her portfolio, and I was mesmerized by all the bridal pictures. Featured is a picture that I absolutely loved – how gorgeous and effortless does she look? Seriously.

J. Hilburn Men’s Clothier:
J. Hilburn Men’s Clothier
, a custom men’s clothier, is an amazing outlet for men to really get something that fits perfectly. You get to pick the fabric, pick the fit, and pick the style. They have everything from business, casual, and formal with all of your needs in mind. J. Hillburn also carries accessories like cufflinks, socks, and belts. There are plenty of options to choose from and you’re not paying more for the perfect fit. Featured is a fabric swatch that I couldn’t stop going back to. There are 500 J. HIllburn style advisors nationwide. You know, they say navy is the new black this year!

W by Worth:
W by Worth provides women with so many options and they have everything from business attire to going out on the town. W by Worth has high fashion for the everyday woman. Featured is a runway look that is too chic to pass up. This would definitely make your coworkers stop and stare. Well, at least at our office. Heck, I would promote you if you wore this at my office! haha! The uniqueness of this look continues to amaze me. There are an awful lot of fabrics and textures here, but they’re put together in a way that makes the look flawless. You can check all of the looks out at www.worthw.com

LouLou’s Boutique:
I told you about the Westside boutique I shopped at that had the most unfortunate name in the history of boutique names…ever. Well, good news, she changed the name! Nancy, the owner, was calling it “Uniforms for Moms,” but they carried neither uniforms or maternity wear, so it was confusing. But now she’s calling it LouLou’s Boutique, named after her late mother. This name is much more fitting, and the personal story behind the name is very touching.

And I promise you, you’ll love their clothing – comfortable yet classy, simple but not sloppy, chic but not overdone or overpriced. LouLou’s is doing our 11:30am fashion show to showcase all the hottest looks for fall and winter. Below is a sneak peek of the 11:30am fashion show with LouLou’s I did on Fox19 this morning.


The Seasonably Chic Showcase will be on November 6th at The Pheonix downtown from 10 am to 3 pm. This event brings 40 of the Tri-State’s best boutiques and vendors–for women, men, children, and pets–all under one roof for one day of spectacular shopping! The best thing about it? It’s free to get in! Just bring a canned good for the Freestore food bank! Click Here to RSVP!

PS: thanks to my intern, Drew Ross, for helping me put this blog together.

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