Last night was so much fun.
It was also the first night of my life where I had two places to be at the same time. So it was a bit of a whirlwind, but totally worth it.
My sister and I visited the new Madewell store at a local mall about a week ago. When we were there, we were told about this event that they had last night. Since we loved the store, and love shopping, we definitely wanted to go to the event.
Madewell and Fabsugar teamed up to create a "MadewellWithFab" styling session in various Madewell stores across the nation. All you had to do was bring an old pair of jeans and you earned 20% off your first denim purchase. They had a DJ in store, along with cupcakes and Izzie drinks.
Some of the friendliest and most helpful employees were there that night as well. Lindsey and Ibby made Lauren and I feel like models. Lindsey kept bringing pieces to complete our looks and was genuinely excited about how the looks came together.
It was really the first time I've let someone else pick out an outfit for me. And that probably goes for Lauren too.
It was pretty nice!
I have been searching for a lace-ish top for awhile. I didn't want it to be too grandma/romantic lace, but more of a cool/hip lace. And Madewell had it. Of course.
I requested that it be a part of my outfit so I could finally put it on.
Meanwhile, Lauren was put in the most adorable outfit of all time. She literally was the talk of the store since she looked so great.
Lindsey then changed my tank and added a scarf. And you can't see it, but I'm wearing the cutest shoes of all time. They aren't even particularly special, but they are perfect.
Last thing: if you need a scarf this fall/winter, go to Madewell. They have tons. And they are each really unique and totally wearable.
Here are all the items we were loving/wearing at the Madewell event:
Lauren's Outfit (I couldn't find the polka dot top online!)
Afterwards, Lauren and I headed to the first ever TriFabb event in Chapel Hill. (go Duke!)
We each brought items to donate to Transforming Hope, a local charity working to end sex trafficking in the triangle area.
This ministry is particularly close to my heart as my sister and I just volunteered with Global Hope India in July during ServeRDU (our annual service event through our church). It has been great to meet all the people involved with this cause, and we're hoping to contribute in some way too.
Carrie was there! hey Carrie!
And the group shot:
Both events were great, and when Lauren and I were driving home we were exhausted! It's fun to meet other bloggers and we are looking forward to another TriFabb event!
Have a great Friday and a restful weekend!