Shop.Taste.Empower. – Home for the Holidays Edition on Sunday, November 6th

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Join us for Shop. Taste. Empower. – Home for the Holidays Edition on Sunday, November 6, 2016, from 1 to 4 pm at The Cottage Shop. This free event gives shoppers an opportunity to find incredible gifts and decorating ideas, nosh on sweet treats and most importantly, give back during this season of giving.

The Cottage Shop at 811 Westheimer Rd. is an undiscovered gem, mixing new clothing and accessories with gently worn designer clothing in one cozy location. The Cottage Shop helps women in crisis regain their self-esteem and dignity, while cultivating an empowering spirit. The Shop. Taste. Empower. party is an opportunity to explore the store while enjoying the fun and fa-la-la’s of the season.

Shoppers will enjoy the holiday sounds of DJ B-Easy and the MistleTones while perusing festive tablescapes designed by Williams Sonoma Home, Pottery Barn and West Elm. Up and coming fashion designer Alan Gonzalez will host an on-site fashion show featuring The Cottage Shop’s very own collection of little black dresses and holiday cocktail wear. You can also get a head start on your holiday decorating with a wreath making demonstration by Pegatha’s Passion, candle making demonstration by Dabrina Sandifer/ WOMB (Woman of Multifaceted Beauty),  and a frame making demonstration by Maryann Williams, owner of Frilly Favorites.

Demonstration Schedule

1:15 – 1:45 PM – Fashion Show

2:00 – 2:30 PM  – Wreath Making Demo

2:40 – 3:10 PM – Picture Frame Making Demo

3:20 – 4:00 PM – Holiday Candle Making Demo

The Women’s Home extends special thanks to our media sponsors –  Southwest Village News, Big Kid Small City, and Houston Woman Magazine –our event partners –  A-1 Dental, Acadian Bakery, Assassin Tattoo, Bean and Bach Jewelry Design, Clark Cooper Concepts, High Fashion Home, Katz’s Deli, KOLD Cryotherapy and Floatation, Main Street Theatre, Niko Niko’s, Petit Sweets, Karen Ross, Trader Joe’s and Uptown Dermatology – and our amazing event chair, Maureen Cantu!