Dear Piper Launch Event

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This past weekend I went to the Dear Piper Launch Event at the Curated Co-Op. It was such a fun little event and I loved getting to see all the goodies that they were selling. Erin Endreas is the creator of the brand Dear Piper. She started out selling jewelry and just launched her clothing line recently. Her style is classic with a little bit of flair. I had to pick up this striped top {full style post coming soon}. The material and make of the clothes is high quality, but the price point is fair. I love finding a good brand with an affordable price tag. It is hard to find these days. I highly recommend checkout out her clothing!

I love attending events like these because you get to meet other bloggers, share tips and meet new friends. I have gained several friends just by attending some of these events. I know it can seem a little intimidating going to an event alone, but it definitely helps your brand in the long run. I mean I met Kasey from Running in Heels blog through an event and now she takes my photos!! So, you never know what kind of connections you are going to make. Give it a shot if you haven't yet. I find most of these events through Facebook or Instagram.

Thank you for reading, xo.



cacti need love too pocket tee || essential strip crop - black {also comes in mauve}




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5 comments

  1. Looks like it was a super fun event! I saw a few darling pieces that I wouldn't mind having in my closet! Congrats to Erin on her launch! xo

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  2. This inspired me to attend more events! Normally I decline invites because they're not in my area but now I'm going to put aside money for plane tickets just in case a event invite pops up.

    - sierra berry ♥ itsberrystylish.com

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    1. Awesome! I am glad this post inspired you! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  3. These are great photos! That new camera is treating you well!

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    1. Thank you Kasey!! The new camera was totally worth the investment. :)

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