Charleston mamas, meet your favorite new monthly night out: Champagne Society.
A classy, kid-free evening out, Champagne Society will pair play with practicality, and champagne, of course. Every month, we’ll be giving you a reason to toast some well-deserved bubbly with girlfriends (new and old), while connecting with some of the most successful and inspiring business owners in Charleston (always while shopping or self-caring in some way).
The night’s highlight will be an “Honest Conversation” in G’s signature real coaching style with the month’s featured guest or panel about what it REALLY takes to balance business and motherhood. Expect a peek inside the lifestyles of women who “have it all,” along with some of their success secrets, followed by an engaging Q&A. What’s shared in Champagne Society, stays in Champagne Society.
*PSA: This will NOT be your classic Mom’s Night Out. You’ve been warned. Dress to impress.
Because whilst raising tiny humans and being an overall bad-ass, it’s always a good idea to get dressed up, connect with inspiring women and drink champagne in a swoon-worthy venue. Always.
MEET YOUR AUGUST PANEL OF MAMAPRENEURS:
DEIDRE ZAHL, CANDY SHOP VINTAGE
Candy Shop Vintage was founded in 2009 by designer Deirdre Zahl, whose ten years of experience working in fashion and design in New York informed her thoughtful curation of a vintage jewelry collection. Pieces from her rotating collection of vintage jewelry have been featured in magazines, on various national blogs end even on the hit show MAD MEN. Her curated vintage collection can be purchased exclusively through our website and in our Charleston, S.C. retail store.
ANDREA SERRANO, CHARLESTON SHOP CURATOR
My background as a stylist and the love of my city inspired me to create a fashion blog dedicated to all things style on Charleston Shop Curator. Working in NYC as a fashion stylist for 8 years gave me the experience, skills, and drive to come to Charleston and open up a business with my husband. That business has changed and evolved and I’m grateful that I can continue to work as a stylist, have fun with my blog, and promote local talent on Lowcountry Live. I’m very fortunate to collaborate with an incredibly talented community and I’m even more fortunate I get to come home to an incredibly supportive and loving family.
JESSICA MORSE, BARE BEAUTY BLOG
With her blog, Bare Beauty, Jessica Morse offers illuminating advice about what’s clean in wellness and beauty. Her expertly researched recommendations on a wide range of items – from shampoo to diaper cream, lipstick to laundry detergent – paired with easy-to-understand reviews, simple tips and a healthy dose of humor, Jessica proves that glamour can be green.
February 16, 2017