Bailey’s Fine Jewelry in Raleigh’s Cameron Village will host a date night from 6-8 p.m. Thursday. In celebration of March Madness, attendees can nosh barbecue from The Pit and complimentary beer, compete for $25 gift cards during a free throw contest and watch NCAA Tournament games, which the store will stream during the event. To RSVP, visit baileybox.com/news-events.
Raleigh stylist Mary Michele Nidiffer helps women make the latest trends work for them – no matter their age or size – during her “How to Rock the Spring Trends at Every Age” workshop, Thursday from 5-8 p.m. Nidiffer will offer styling advice, and attendees can enjoy refreshments, giveaways and time to shop with local vendors. The workshop will be held at North Ridge Country Club, 6612 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh. Admission is free, but attendees must RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or tinyurl.com/SOSMarch.
Meredith College will once again sponsor the Cinderella Project, which collects new and gently used formal dresses for local high school girls who are unable to afford a new prom gown. Girls can shop the collected dresses Friday-Sunday at North Hills in Raleigh, and those who would like to donate a dress can drop them off through Friday at 204 Martin Hall on the Meredith campus. For more information, call Diane Ellis at 919-610-6606.
Shosh trunk show
Dovecote boutique’s spring trunk show series continues this week with casual women’s wear from designer Carol Pratt’s label, Shosh. New pieces for spring and summer will be available. Dovecote is in Pittsboro’s Fearrington Village. Call 919-542-1145 for more details.
Vert & Vogue expands
Durham boutique Vert & Vogue has expanded with a new location, Vert & Vogue Femme, in downtown Durham’s Five Points. Unlike the Brightleaf Square location, which carries both men’s and women’s apparel, this new boutique will only carry clothing, shoes and accessories for women, plus optical and home items. The new store is at 353 W. Main St., 919-797-2767.
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