Ladies Night 2015 A Howling Success!
Around 200 of our favorite Ladies joined us last Friday for Ladies Night – Howl at the Moon. This year’s theme was “vintage fashion”, and we loved all the ladies who joined us in dressing in their favorite era. Goodwill Industries brought us their Fashion Through the Decades show, and vintage desserts from the 1910’s through the 1980’s were served. The Women’s Center was the big winner, with $408 donated to a wonderful nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women. Thank you to everyone who came and brought a friend. We can’t wait until the 8th annual next year… and we already have a fun theme in mind!
Vintage desserts from the 1910’s through the 1980’s were served!
Oo lala, these ladies can really pull off their gorgeous outfits! Thanks for playing along with us!
Flapper style and a beautiful smile!
The gorgeous vocal stylings of Vintage Mix Quartet started the night out right!
Taking seats! Thanks so much to our friends at Skiin for providing wonderful hand massages!
These gals are real beauties, even hiding behind the mustaches!
Yes, a little shopping did take place.
June Cleaver was in attendance, complete with her pearls.
Betty Crocker with the perfect apron to match her famous cookbook. You take the cake, sister!
Harriet Nelson sports a fabulous green chiffon with her cobbler apron look. You pulled it off, my dear!
Jane Wyatt (before Dallas, obviously). Loved the vintage look, gorgeous!
Thank you for playing along with our theme, we loved the looks!
Welcome to Ladies Night! I see a few of our favorite teachers in this group.
Smiles, ladies, you look fabulous!
Just a smidgen of scandal in the parking lot by this wild and crazy red-hat lady! Work it, girl!
Some of the Waukesha Floral staff in their vintage aprons!
Thanks to Sally’s Sweet Shop – Genesee Depot for helping with our vintage desserts this year. Everything was Yummy!!
Your host Marty flirts with a 1920’s era fashion model. Always in trouble!
Hannah welcomes her Aunt Karen. I see a resemblance!
Thanks for coming, ladies!
A beautiful night once again!
This article was written by jane