“Love, Loss and What I Wore”

About a month ago I was invited to attend the “Love, Loss and What I Wore“, an off-Broadway hit by Nora and Delia Ephron. In partnership with Bounce (and their fabulous new dryer bar, which actually does keep all your black clothing static and lint free), this was a night meant to celebrate black clothing, a stylish and integral part of every woman’s closet.

Love, Loss and What I Wore is the type of production any woman can relate to. It’s a story of women, their clothing, accessories, and the memories that accompany each. I’m a girl who thoroughly edits her closet every few months. I tend to discard anything that hasn’t been worn in the last several months. However, even I hold on to a few select pieces of clothing that embody the emotions I felt at a particular point in time. Among them – a sweatshirt I swiped from my boyfriend (now husband) in our first year of dating, and the dress I wore to my wedding rehearsal dinner.

Although Love, Loss and What I Wore is only playing in NYC until March 25th,the good news is it’s now on national tour. Which means you have the opportunity to check out this amazing show even if you live in other parts of the country.

And if you can’t make the performance, be sure to check out Bounce’s new Dryer Bar. It’s honestly the best laundry product I have ever used.

{Disclosure: I was provided with a complimentary ticket, a gift card to purchase an outfit for the show, and a gift bag. All opinions expressed herein are my own. }

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  1. I’m bummed I missed this show before it left NYC. I just saw Rated P for Parenthood over the weekend at the Westside Theatre. Loved it.
    Sorry for my lapse in bloggy visits…saw the recent pic of Peanut you posted. Such a beautiful big girl now! Her hair got so long :)
    Hope you are well!

  2. So fun to see you! Sorry I wasn’t much in the party mood ;)

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