Talk Shop: South Moon Under; B. Willow Book Club; Jewelry making at Keepers Vintage



South Moon being reopened in Towson: If you were afraid that Southern moon under was going to be closed before you start your spring shopping spree, here’s a bit of a relief: Stores from Kenilworth to Towson have leaked a preview of their fully remodeled South Moon location restocked with all of your spring wardrobe needs. We spotted shelves of crochet bikinis and beach sweaters, as well as changing rooms designed for the perfect test selfie. They will be back and open before the first weekend in March.


How to build a sustainable wardrobe at Impact Hub: Living a sustainable lifestyle is tricky, especially when it comes to fashion. Trends come and go every month, making shopping and clothing much easier. But if you’re starting your spring cleaning with the idea of ​​rebuilding a more eco-friendly closet, this event just might be the talking point to follow. Head over to Impact Hub on March 3 to find out how fashion affects the environment and how you can do your part by making conscious buying decisions.

Women of the Specter at the Maryland Historical Society: In October, we told you about the Maryland Historical Society’s epic fashion collection featured through the “Spectrum of Fashion” exhibit. In honor of Women’s History Month, March 7, the 100th anniversary of the signing of the 19th Amendment that granted women the right to vote, MDHS will offer hour-long tours of the exhibition highlighting the stories of the women behind the clothes. Check out the two iconic pieces of the Duchess of Windsor from the 1970s, stunning designs by one of America’s first modern designers, Claire McCardell, and other great women of Maryland.

B. Willow & Greedy Reads Book Club: Plants and books, what more do you need? Two of Baltimore City’s most popular small businesses, B. Willow and Greedy Reads, have teamed up to give us something we never knew we needed: a book club. “Our mission is not only to be a resource for plants and plant care, but also to promote society’s awareness of the mental and physical health benefits that one can gain by engaging with nature. “B. Willow said in an announcement for the event in March. 20. This month’s about the healing nature brings as readers delve into Nature’s solution by Florence Williams. There will be wine, a discount on purchases of plants, a 10% discount for the purchase of your copy of Nature’s solution to Greedy Reads, and a tour of Williams herself via Skype. All $ 5 of ticket proceeds will be donated to Blue Water Baltimore.

Colorstrology, birth charts and jewelry making at Keeper’s Vintage: Vintage shopping takes a turn on March 21 as Keepers Vintage invites jewelry designer Rachel King to her Hampden boutique for a free talk about color psychology, birthstones and crystal cleaning. The conference will be followed by a jewelry making workshop (cost $ 40), during which King will teach attendees how to create necklaces or bracelets. This is a pop-up that aims to make you walk away feeling good with a stunning handmade necklace or bracelet to boot.


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