All posts tagged: Humanity Style

Acing Fall Fashion at Humanity Boutique

Fall is my favorite time of the year and not just because of the Pumpkin flavored everything that seems to hit the stores like the second September hits; it’s also my favorite time of year for the fashion. Sweaters, sweatshirts,& soft, woolen dresses- the color palette like dark blues, browns, yellows, Merlot and more. Also, fall is the time of year where I get to wear the most of my favorite shoe- BOOTS. Humanity Style is my go to place for almost all my fashion choices, but during the fall I am always incredibly excited to walk in and see what I can layer with clothes I already have and also check out the many, many accessories available to spice my outfits up. You all know I have a seemingly endless love affair with all things Humanity- this is because of what it represents which is local fashion;  for strong and confident women who know what they want. Humanity allows us to express ourselves through fashion but also feel a connection to our community here in …

Afternoon Tea Delights

“Each cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage.” Catherine Douzel When I take a sip of tea I always feel like I am transported to another place where I can be peaceful and serene. So many cultures have tea as a focal point that it begs the question, “what is tea really about?” Whether its warm, calming Turkish tea after a nice meal or vibrant, energetic Matcha tea to get your day started, tea connects us to our inner joy. In taking part of this event, we all came together and experienced the joys of community and blissful moments. Collaborating and celebrating, this is what “Teacups &  Snowflakes” an event hosted by Made in Lowell was all about. Businesses came together to partner in this event and showcase what they had to offer. During this event, I had the pleasure of tasting all sorts of tea from different places while walking around this beautiful city I call home. First stop was Humanity Style, where Crose Nest Collective and Gormley’s Cafe had set up a wonderful “Afternoon tea”. Crose Nest had …

Teacups & Snowflakes

“If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are heated, it will cool you; if you are depressed, it will cheer you; if you are excited, it will calm you.” – William Ewart Gladstone Collaborations between a community and the businesses that represent them are meant to inspire us all to build our community into the best that it can be. With this event, “Teacups & Snowflakes” hosted by Made in Lowell, not only do we celebrate National Tea Month but we see what our small businesses offer us and how much we can enjoy being a part of the local community. Supporting local isn’t just about where you live but about small business everywhere, learning the culture of your town and how strong it can become by supporting our own. I love being part of events like this; cozy, small events that let you network and meet people. I am thrilled to be covering this event for the blog and hope you can all come out to support it. The event will be …

Opening Reception – The Lowell Food & Wine Festival

Last night was the Opening Reception for the Lowell Food & Wine Festival held at Gallagher & Cavanaugh, a local law firm in Downtown Lowell. This was my first time attending the opening reception and it was so incredibly delightful. Small, intimate with jazzy music being played live while people milled around munching on small appetizers and drinks. The setting on a rooftop deck with small tables, muted lighting, and benches was a perfect way to start the festival. Warm and inviting, Gallagher and Cavanaugh was the perfect location and I was incredibly honored to be invited. Kudos to Made in Lowell for kick starting another great festival with an amazing year behind them and more to come! Stay tuned for the upcoming blog posts surrounding the festival and if you are going to be attending have fun!!   Dressed by the lovely Ani at Humanity Style (Photo taken by Ani) Arriving! Bar area, lovely wines, beers and cider Appetizers, band in the background It’s wonderful bumping into friends Loved this roof top The woman behind …