Chic Happening: Mary Nichols bag exclusively at Rebecca and Drew

Chic Finds: Mary Nichols Handbags no longer only a click away…….

Mary Nichols, local handbag designer, has created quite a following from her online site and limited appearances around town. However, now you can actually see and feel her Manhattan Top Handle Bag similar to the bowler bag being carried by Blake Lively. Just make a stop into Rebecca and Drew, close-to-custom clothing store, in River Oaks Shopping Center. They have partnered with Mary to sell this collection up close and personal, in town.


Just to make sure that all of you that love Mary’s bags know about the union, and to intro her to her customers, Rebecca & Drew, owner, Lindsay Aronstein is hosting a trunk show and personal appearance by Mary on Wednesday, August 26 from 5-8 p.m.

About Rebecca & Drew………

If you are unaware of this wonderfully cozy little boutique hidden to the back of River Oaks Shopping Center, you must drop in and learn about this unique wardrobing concept. The offering is quite simple…….button front shirts, tops and shirtdresses that feature the exclusive patented Trio-Fit sizing system, which sizes upper garments by a woman’s bra size, height and body type. How wonderful to find clothes, off the rack, that FIT you perfectly! I found this concept, launched in 2005 in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, to be fascinating. Rebecca and Drew are designers that have a strong appreciation for classically tailored women’s clothing. Their credentials are honorable: Marc Jacobs, Daryl K., Geoffrey Beene and one of my faves, Alice + Olivia, of which Rebecca is a founder. This is a stop worth making, to visit this store, particularly, if you are possibly, not the easiest person to fit…….this is for you! To learn more about this concept, click here.

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