Greenspring Valley, Lutherville, Shop Local, Sponsored Post

Sidewalk Sale, Back to School & More This Week at Wee Chic!

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jul 14, 2016 9:00am

It’s that time of year for discount shoppers to revel in the glory of a great sale. But have you ever wondered if there is a method to the madness, a strategy behind the “For Sale” signs that flank retail store windows at this time of year?

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Featured, Lifeline, Links, My Real Life Modern Family

Mrs. Klingle’s Underwear Dress, a Confession

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015 10:20am

bd6e3da6ae2fd75df03b062bdacdc91eIn honor of the back-t0-school season, writer Avery Caswell reveals the worst bad behavior from her grammar school days.

I was born first and consequently saddled with the typical traits of the firstborn: rule-following, approval-hungry, and hugely self-critical. At age three, soon after my little sister’s arrival, I realized I had been cast as the smart sister and she the cute and funny one. My sister was a cute and funny baby, then a cute and funny toddler—especially when she held a strip of cotton under her nose like a mustache and went around ho-ho-ho-ing like Santa. After she broke her collarbone, she was cute and funny even in a bulky, figure-eight cast, wearing my old green sweater and posing as the Incredible Hulk. Read More →

Featured, Schools

Start School After Labor Day, Says Maryland’s Comptroller

0 Written by: | Thursday, Aug 27, 2015 10:38am

Peter Franchot. Photo via the Comptroller's Office.

Peter Franchot. Photo via the Comptroller’s Office.

Kids and adults may not always have the same view about when school should start, given one group’s desire to keep summer fun going and the other’s to let someone else handle the daily activity planning. Usually what the adults say goes, but the younger set may have found their ideal grown-up in Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot. Read More →

Giving

This McDonald’s Location is Giving Away School Supplies on Wednesday

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Aug 25, 2015 12:55pm

mcdonalds-sign-hed-2013catch of the day fish (2)Back to school time is upon us in Baltimore City. On Broadway, that means McDonald’s franchisee LaVerne Vance is hosting her annual supply giveaway. Read More →

Catch of the Day, Shop Local

Tax-Free Back to School Shopping at Wee Chic

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 10, 2015 3:30pm

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catch of the day fish (2)You might not know it by the heat, but fall (you know, the season with school in it) is right around the corner. Sorry kiddos, but before we know it, we’ll be scrambling to stuff backpacks full of pencils, cram sandwiches and cookies into plastic baggies, and school will officially be in session. Read More →

Greenspring Valley, Shop Local, Sponsored Post

Take Advantage of Tax Free Shopping – Back to School for the Whole Family at Green Spring Station

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 11, 2014 3:29pm

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Whether it’s back to school, or stocking your own closet with the season’s latest styles, Tax Free Shopping Week is the perfect chance to spruce up your wardrobe, while giving your wallet a little break.

Catch of the Day

Maryland Tax Free Week 2013 Begins Sunday

0 Written by: | Friday, Aug 09, 2013 1:00pm

Tax Free Week

catch of the day fish (2)The only two certainties, we all know, are death and taxes…Or are they? Not from August 11-17, they’re not! With the economy and all, most states now have one or two tax free weeks each year, when consumers (that’s us) get to shop ‘til we drop without having to fork over a percentage to Uncle Sam. And Maryland’s choice of August 11-17 comes at a pretty good time. Like it or not, it’s time to get thinking about back-to-school, fall wardrobes, and the eventual change in the weather. But you can ease the pain by shopping this week and enjoying that built-in sale on clothing and shoes priced at $100 or less. Read More →

Lake Falls, Real Estate & Home

Help Baltimore’s Kids Get Back to School With A Small Donation

0 Written by: | Friday, Aug 09, 2013 9:22am

 

Each year, many Baltimore students need help getting their school supplies.  From pencils to backpacks, not all families can afford to provide children the tools they need for the classroom.  Anything helps!  Please take a look at the list below and see if there’s something you can contribute.  Last year, Long & Foster Lake Roland was able to supply 30+ backpacks to children in need.  With your help, they’d like to get 50+ this year.
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Greenspring Valley, Shop Local

Only A Few Days Left Vote for Your Favorite Wee Chic Little Characters Ad

58 Written by: | Wednesday, Jul 24, 2013 11:20am

Only a few days left to vote!  Voting campaign will end 5pm 7/28 and results will be tallied that evening.  Stay tuned as the winning ad will appear in the September issue of Baltimore Magazine when the fall campaign will launch.

The Little Characters Campaign is over, and now comes the best part: Choosing your favorite ad for Wee Chic Boutique to kick off their fall children’s clothing campaign. Do you see anyone you know?  30 local kids were selected in the 2013 program. We need your help! Please take a look at the adorable ads below & vote for your favorite.

 

Ad #1  (Vote below if this one speaks to you)

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Ad #2  (Vote below if this one is your fav)

Ad #2

Ad #3  (Vote below if this one moves you to shop for children…NOW)

Ad #3

Ad #4  (Vote below if this one if you think it’s the cutest)

Ad #4

Ad #5  (Vote below if this one is the one you’ve been waiting for)

Ad #5

 

Note:  1 vote per Cookie per day. 

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We have to give credit, where credit is due:

Styling: Bridget Quinn Stickline of Wee Chic

Art Direction: Bridget Quinn Stickline of Wee Chic & Laura Black of Laura Black Photography

Photography: Laura Black Photography

Site: The Palisades of Towson Luxury Apartments

Ad design: MLC Designs

Hair: Brian Oliver

Culture, Schools, Sponsored Post

Inspired Habitat: The Three R’s in Green Back-to-School Planning – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,

0 Written by: | Friday, Aug 10, 2012 2:04pm

Get some green in your kids! No, we don’t mean getting them to eat their kale, though that’s a great idea. We mean changing up your back-to-school plans to make them just a little more green. It’s still hot outside and kids are enjoying the last days of summer before they have to start packing bags and hitting the books. Send them back to school in eco style with a few tips. Read More →

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