Girl's Night Out


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If there's one trend that screams spring, it might be the return of open-toed shoes—save for that ill-conceived open-toe boots trend, that is. Next week, temps are supposed to hit the 50s, the calendar has turned over to March...I think it's finally safe to say we're in winter's home stretch. So what does that mean? We can really start thinking about spring fashion.

Schuler Shoes is hosting a great event next Thursday night, unveiling the latest collection from Taos footwear. It's a chance to grab a couple of girlfriends and do a little retail therapy: there will be small bites from enjoy!, the spring collection of shoes, and I hear there might be a giveaway. What more could you want? Free to all comers, but you must register first. Hurry! Space is limited.

March 8, 6-8 p.m. 7971 Southtown Center, Bloomington

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