Photos: Career Wardrobe’s Empowering Tea & Fashion Show 2016
Career Wardrobe’s Empowering Tea & Fashion Show held it’s sixth annual gathering of the ladies (and children) who lunch. The intimate and inspiring afternoon, featured a high style fashion show which the Boutique program and resale store have become known.
This year, to celebrate Career Wardrobe’s expansion into suburban Southeastern Pennsylvania, the event was held in Delaware County, at the Radnor Hotel.
I love this table, guests can buy a flower which has a number on it which is matched to a random, surprise item on the table. It’s a clever way to raise additional funds
and create a mystery moment like when you attend a white elephant party after Christmas.
Abby Siegel-Greenberg, Izzy Greenberg and Emily Jacoby
Purple is the color for the Career Wardrobe
petites and tea sandwiches were on every table
Regina Jereb, Kathryn Conlow and Christine Jereb, Senior Manager of Communications, Community Investment Comcast and Board Member of Career Wardrobe
There was an impressive silent auction, I saw several people scoop up bargains doing their Christmas shopping, yes it’s that time again. Walk down Walnut Street a few stores
have done up their windows already.
Nearly 200 guests enjoyed the afternoon
Sheri Cole, Executive Director of Career Wardrobe
Three guests in the audience shared their Career Wardrobe experiences.
At one point one of the co-hosts ask if anyone could make an additional donation for the day. The goal was to reach $5000. With each donation, little or big,
the giver got a purple carnation. By the end of 15 minutes quite a few of the carnations were given out.
There was a fashion show with designs by The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator, Louella and The Wardrobe Boutique.
Models wore Lotasi Jewels as well.
Sheri Cole, Executive Director of Career Wardrobe thanks the 200 guests for coming and helping raise necessary funds for the Career Wardrobe in
assisting their clients. Because You Give, we can do THIS!!
Additional photos will appear in Liberty City Press the week of November 14