Collective keeps it ‘Local & Social’ as it hosts fashion show March 25

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Just in time to kick off the start of Spring, Winters Collective is hosting a fashion show on Friday, March 25 at 5:30 p.m. on Main Street that will showcase the 2022 Spring and Summer styles for purchase from women’s clothing retailers Eyelet + Indigo, Home + Hanger and children’s boutique Twinkle + Moon.

The adults and children will be accessorized by Winters Collective jewelry vendors Mir Jewelry Designs and Ayca Designs. With Spring Break around the corner, Easter on the horizon, and graduations and weddings filling up summer break, Winters Collective is the perfect one-stop shop for all your women and children wardrobe needs.

It’s all about the perks
The event will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. but arrive early to grab a free raffle ticket for a chance to win one of two $50 gift cards to Winters Collective. In addition, El Pueblo Taqueria will be pouring $5 Turkovich Family Wines on its patio and selling their irresistible churros. The two raffle winners will be announced directly after the show, so stick around to claim the prize.

Keeping it “Local and Social”
There will be a Step and Repeat Instagram photo backdrop up before, during and after the fashion show. Show your love for shopping and supporting local and take your pics in front of the backdrop. Post your photo with the hashtag #shopwinterscollective by Sunday, March 27 and tag
@eyeletandindigo and @homeandhanger by Sunday, March 27 for a chance to win a free pair of sunglasses (a total of five pairs will be given away).

Event details
The event is happening on Friday March 25 at 5:30 p.m. in front of the Winters Collective, 41 Main St. in Winters.

About Winters
The Winters Collective is a mixed retail store with curated vendors offering décor, kitchen items, plants, clothing, accessories, shoes, kids and baby items and chalk paint. It houses over 10 small local businesses that strive to offer a unique and beautiful way to shop small.

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