If you’re like me, you feel helpless after hearing about the recent disasters in Japan and its thousands of victims. Well, feel helpless no more because one local boutique is helping you to make a difference one wardrobe staple at a time.
Alligator Purse is asking for your help (click here to read a story Cincy Chic just wrote about AP). They are asking for your help to come together as a community to help the victims through Mathew 25: Ministries, an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization.
Helping out is easy, fun, and fashionable! For every $100 you spend in the store they will send supplies, such as first aid supplies personal care products, cleaning supplies and food staples.
It won’t be hard to find something you want to add to your closet, considering they have tons of new looks for this spring! If you want to really stand out at the next cocktail party you attend, Alligator Purse has new spring dresses, like a salmon colored wrap dress with a leather beige belt to show off a slim waist (VERY chic!). April showers bring May showers, right? Well April’s upcoming showers have also brought floral patterns to Alligator Purse, with a strapless flowy dress, or a very trendsetting floral ruffled wrap dress. Did you just get back from a spring vaca and want to show off your new sun kissed glow? Well, a vibrant coral strapless dress will do the trick! For the younger chic customers, the shop also has a few one shoulder looks, and the perfect tops for going out from Rebecca Taylor. Not to mention dresses in hot pink floral on grey, grey metallic print, and a crème off-shoulder sash belted dress–complete glamour!
What’s a better excuse for shopping than knowing you are helping out the victims in Japan? The best day to help out would have to be tomorrow, for their awesome sale: “Thursday Dash.” The sale will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow evening.
Come stop by their shop, the sale is in-store only, to get 15% off their two favorite designers, See by Chloe and Theory, and don’t forget to check out their new markdowns that are pretty hard to beat! Those of you that are interested in helping out take at their website (click here) to get more of an idea of what the shop offers, and come into their shop located on Erie Ave. I hope you all can try to help with this great cause!
Thanks to BreeAnna Smith, my intern, for helping put this blog post together.