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Clean Your Panty Drawer for a FREE Pair of Drawers!

unnamedSpring is finally here and that means it’s time to do some Spring Cleaning! Out with the old and in with the new! Making it easy, now through March 31st, Knickers of Hyde Park is having a “Buy 3 Panties Get 1 Free” sale!

It’s the perfect time to stock up on fashionable knickers for spring while saving on all your favorite styles and labels including Betsey Johnson, Cosabella, Elle Macpherson, Fantasie, Freya, Hanky Pank, On Gossamer, Rene Rofe, Wacoal and more!

The sale also includes Knicker’s Closet panties that are already 25% to 75% off!

Knickers of Hyde Park is located at 2726 Erie Avenue on Hyde Park Square in Cincinnati. The store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Knickers of Hyde Park Extending PJ Collection to New Year’s Eve!

unnamedKnickers of Hyde Park is extending their Pajama Drive to New Year’s Eve which means you still have a few days to drop off a gently worn pair of pajamas! The boutique hopes to reach their goal of 50 pairs of PJs and those who donate will receive 20% off a new pair of pajamas.

The collected pairs of PJs will be donated to the YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter of Cincinnati.

You can learn more about the shelter by visiting www.ywca.org and check out the selection of pajamas at Knickers of Hyde Park by visiting www.knickersofhydepark.com!

Knickers of Hyde Park Hosting Pajama Drive Tonight!

Knickers of Hyde Park will be hosting its annual pajama drive tonight from 5:30-7 p.m. The event will benefit the YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter.

Guests can enjoy popcorn, punch and other goodies all while wearing your PJs! If you bring in gently used pajamas, you’ll be given 20% off a new PJ set!

Knickers will also be collecting gently used sleepwear for the Pajama Drive through December 31!

The store is located at 2726 Erie Avenue on Hyde Park Square.

Small Business Saturday: Knickers of Hyde Park

From now until Small Business Saturday on Nov. 24, I’m going to feature a local business with great gift ideas for everyone on your “nice list.” Today, I’m featuring Knickers of Hyde Park.

They’re located in Hyde Park Square (which will have free valet parking Saturdays Thanksgiving-Christmas 10a-6p by the way!). We actually just featured Knickers here in this week’s issue of Cincy Chic for their fun and fab events. But turns out, they’re a great go-to spot for gift items, too!

Here are a few things I found….

Lingerie isn’t for everyone. This super soft robe is perfect to get cozy on those cold nights ahead.
Candles are great gifts because they’re one-size-fits-all, and every time their home fills with this fab fragrance, they’ll think of you.
Someone on your list missing the dog days of summer? Find your favorite dog lover and give them adorable dog nighty.

Knickers of Hyde Park Pink Party!

Knickers of Hyde Park will be hosting the first-ever KHP Pink Party on November 1 from 7-10pm.

Proceeds from the event will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. The party will feature shopping, free gifts and raffles at Knickers of Hyde Park with music, food and mingling next door at Awakenings Cafe.

As breast cancer awareness month comes to a close, the KHP Pink Party will be all about encouraging breast cancer awareness and promoting women’s self-health including self-examinations, annual mammograms and properly fitted bras to support women in prevention, recovery and life beyond breast cancer!

Admission is $20 and with every admission guests will receive a raffle ticket for a special Dhani Jones silver BowTie necklace and a MARA panty. The hand-made BowTie necklaces will also be for sale at the party.

Tracie Metzger, the founder of the Pink Ribbon Girls (who we just wrote about here in Cincy Chic!), will also be joining the group as a special guest for her empowerment of women and support of breast cancer awareness.

You’re encouraged to wear cocktail attire for the fun night out …and pink will be even better!

You can get more info on the party here!


Thanks to my intern Sara Elliott for helping put this blog post together!