DFS Pamper Party

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In our print edition this week, I wrote about one of my favorite organizations — Dress for Success — and an event they held last week at True Salon.

(You might remember, if you read my Style Sessions blog, that a few months ago, Dress for Success partnered with the Flyer for our Swap & Shop event.)

The staff and ownership of True Salon wanted to give back to the community and donated their services to 12 of Dress for Success' Professional Women's Group members, including hair cuts, coloring, hand massages, etc.

Here's my friend Johnnie Hatten with True Salon owner Amy McMurtrey. (Johnnie has the most infectious and omnipresent smile.)

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Also, I couldn't figure a way to get this into my column exactly, but right now the Dress for Success closet has a bunch of rolling racks for all their suits and assorted work attire. But they are kind of hoping someone might want to donate the materials and time to put up permanent clothing racks. So if anyone is interested in that, please contact Tiffany Smith at tiffany@dfsmemphis.org.

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