Boutique Blowout

Saturday, January 26

Collections by Joya ■ Dimvaloo ■ Fashion VanGo ■ GiddyUp Jane ■ JAC Designs ■ Jeans, Jackets & Jewels ■ Lass & Laddie ■ Mix + Match ■ Motek Jewelry Collection ■ Never Enough ■ Peau Veloutée ■ Rachel's Grove ■ Roadside Runway Boutique ■ Sony B's Shoe Hive ■ Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski

Hilton St. Louis-Frontenac Clayton Ballroom, 1335 S. Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63131

The Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition will host Boutique Blowout on Saturday, January 26 at the Hilton St. Louis Frontenac.

Your favorite local boutiques will gather together for the ultimate end of the season sale! You can get the first look at all the sales during the VIP hour from 8am-9am with an admission of $25. The VIP ticket includes a drink ticket and a special treat! For a $10 admission, you can browse fashions during the general sale from 9am-3pm.

The first 50 attendees will receive a swag bag full of coupons and surprises from participating boutiques. We will be giving away $25 gift certificates as door prizes throughout the day. While you shop, enjoy a light bite or a glass of wine available for purchase from The Hilton.

“We hope to draw hundreds of shoppers to experience this boutique nirvana at the Hilton,” exclaimed Melanie Scheetz, Executive Director of Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition. “The boutiques attending provide such a variety of fashions and merchandise, there is something for everyone all of it to help kids in foster care find their forever family!”

In order to prepare for the event, here are tips on how to make the most of Boutique Blowout:

  • Whether you consider yourself to be trendy or not, anyone is welcome. So don’t stress! There will be something there for you, and at these prices for these designers, you really cannot go wrong.
  • This kind of sale is a great way to supplement your wardrobe with great boutique fashions at a fraction of the price you would normally spend—so stock up!

Proceeds from the event benefits the Coalition and will help local kids find forever homes.