Have you checked out this line of colorful skirts yet? They aren’t only super cute with lovely, intricate patterns, but each purchase helps families in need, too.
And your chance to try them on is Thursday at Alton Lane, (304 Libbie Ave.) starting at 10 a.m. There will be cocktails and a chance to see new fall prints, as well as a new longer length, from 5 to 8 p.m.
A little background about Alden Skirts: not only are they pretty, but they are produced with a purpose, too. Company founder Alden Ramsey was volunteering in Belize with the World Pediatric Project when a woman she met there inspired her to start a line of skirts that could help women support themselves and their families. (You can read more in the article “Socially Conscious Style,” from Richmond magazine's October issue, below.)
The skirts are mainly for sale online, so this is a great opportunity to try them on in person.