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Why Moms Love Evereve, a Unique Fashion Experience – 053

We’re having a party! On August 21 at the Evereve store, a contemporary fashion and styling company for women in Franklin, Tennessee, we are celebrating the release of Darlene’s new book Raising Great Girls! Combining Evereve, which provides a unique shopping experience for moms who want to feel good about themselves, with a book about moms raising confident and capable daughters felt like the perfect fit.

To give you a little preview of what you will experience at this event, Darlene and Julie brought in two special ladies from the Evereve store, stylist Dorena Williamson, and store manager Shelley Kirkman, to chat about how moms can lose their sense of style during the crazy season of motherhood. Facing busyness, some days apathy, and even a mom’s changed body can create dread while shopping for yourself. Can someone say, “Amen!”?


You’ll get to know these ladies as they offer practical advice on finding your style while also sharing about what makes Evereve special. Megan Tamte (co-founder of Evereve) has said, “When you give so much to your family, just getting dressed can be a big win. As the fashion authority for moms, Evereve strives to empower you every day to pull on the jeans that make you look amazing and take a step forward, wherever you’re going.”

If you’re near Franklin, TN on 8/21, join us at the launch party from 6-8PM at the Evereve store! It will be a night that Julie and Darlene celebrate the launch of Darlene’s new book (and will have them available for purchase at the event) and maybe do a little shopping too. RSVP here if you can come; we would love to meet you in person! If you can’t make the party, you can still grab Dar’s book here!

To learn more about Evereve, click here to find store locations or sign up for their Trendsend program! You can also follow them on their social media accounts and find inspiration to step up your style now! Click here to determine your body type as we discussed on the episode!

We can’t end our show notes without giving you an opportunity to buy Dorena’s children’s books about the beauty of diversity in race and disabilities. We love them and believe you will too. You can get ColorFull here, and ThoughtFull will be released on 8/15/18!

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“Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman” Coco Chanel

You will also want to go back and listen to our other show about fashion, just for the laugh! Rompers, Block Heels & the Man Bun — Love or Hate? – 005

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This Grit and Grace Life hosts, Darlene Brock and Julie Graham cross generational lines and draw from life experience to discuss all things life—from the boardroom to the bedroom, car-lines to college, being single, married or single again. Combining the two traits found in all women, grit and grace, they laugh, share insights and explore the road taken to find strength every day.

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