|Historical center tea gives ideas for dressy fashion|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 11 August 2012 08:08|
The Wood County Historical Center and Museum was the setting for a high-fashion themed tea earlier this summer, featuring styles from the Change of Seasons, a Perrysburg consignment shop for women.
Models displayed dressy fashions in street- and floor-length styles from the shop that specializes in a wise way to shop better brands such as Talbot and Chico, noted store owner Betty Hill. The store is located at RiverPlace shopping center on North Dixie Highway.
The show closed with a surprise - a model sporting bridal finery from Encore Bridal in Bowling Green. The dress was designed with a sweetheart, shirred bodice and lace-applique cocktail-length skirt. Encore, also a consignment shop, is owned by Lee Welling and located at 909 N. Main St.
Next up in the historical museum's schedule of monthly teas is "The Bees Knees and other Sweet Secrets from the Hives" on Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. Don Schooner of Schooner Farms in Weston will give the "buzz" on local bees and honey.
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