March 29, 2015 was the grand opening for the new sweets and coffee boutique My Fair Sweets in Atlanta. It was filled to the brim with talented black entrepreneur women who were supplying young women with the flyest fashion and accessories in Atlanta. It is so refreshing to see when of color capitalizing on the things that they truly adore themselves. There was cupcakes, cocktails, and couture at the event making for a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Pardon My Audacity had the pleasure of meeting, greeting, and shopping with these entrepreneurs.
She Did That Fashion Boutique, our favorite boutique, was in the house with top fashion, great smiles, and an amazing owner, Amber Anglin. There were fan favorite pieces such as “Pretty Paisley Crop Top,” “Kaleidoscope romper,” and the hot “Fur Me,” piece. We love supporting women who empower other women.
Good Little Bad Girl boutique had a plethora of amazing pieces that were available for immediate purchase. Owner, Jaela Rutedge, was a joy to meet and we ask our readers to support the boutique. Dream Closet had an amazing layout for the ladies that were entering the pop up shop and we admired pieces that were amazing and need to be purchased. Were you ladies looking for an awesome bag or clutch?
High Class with a Snap offered the women a taste of the good life—bag wise that is. Her table was shared with a shoeologist; The Pink Shoetique had the cutest pumps and heels that you need when you’re stepping out for a night on the town. It’s amazing to see the talent, patience, and jovial smiles on the faces of these women who grind every day to bring quality pieces to fly working women. Kae Bella boutique had beautiful print skirts, backless Kim K. inspired blouses, and cute accessories. The two ladies man their station with smiles and great customer service.
Cosmetics wise, Kami Cosmetics held it down. Owner, Kameka, made her lipstick and glosses available for purchase and for ladies to try it on. Every hue and shade was offered a chance to spruce up in the mirror with Miss Kameka. CEO of Pardon My Audacity chose to rock “Snobbish” and “Sailor’s Wife,” while Alexis Anglin, sister of She Did That Fash boutique, rocked a beautiful “Royal Girl.” We will def have her on the blog to check out what she’s all about!
If the cocktails, couture, and cupcakes weren’t enough, Over the Top full service mobile spa handed out back and hand massages for guest whose hands were filled with items from the beautiful vendors. There was music, fresh drinks, networking, and women empowerment in the building. All in all, the day was a success which gave us here at PMA something juicy to talk about and bring to readers. The links are here for you to visit the sites; make sure you tell a friend about one of the businesses listed above.