Alright boyfriends, girlfriends, mom, dad, loved ones... Valentines Day is right around the corner! Have you found your sweetheart the perfect gift?
Here's some help!
Home Decor 50% off!
Yellowbox Shoes 60% off!
Winter Outerwear 60% off!
Yest (brand) 25% off!
Sale Room Boots are $29.99!
and the Sale Room has an additional 10% off the already 50-85% off prices!
Don't forget all of our new Spring merchandise that's just arrived with more on the way! Cute, spunky bright-colored dresses, tanks, and shoes are in!
If that's not enough, bring her out to the Women's Fair to see us at Century II on February 20 - 22!
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Sister Moses is bringing in the New Year right, you'll want to shop with us for these five hours. We'll have BIG SURPRISES!
All Christmas Decor: 70% off
All costume jewelry: 50% off
All home decor: 50% off
All Yellow Box shoes: 40% off
All outerwear: 40% off
Our Funky Chunky popcorn mixes: 30% off
Anything that sparkles: 30% off
The Sale room: additional 10% off
(We've added lots to the sale room!)
Come in and save 30% off a Tina Sparkle look for the New Years!
Thursday, December 18, 2014
December 22nd and 23rd
Come and join us for extended shopping hours. We will be having special savings, fun ways to earn extra savings, lots of new merchandise and much more! So, finish your Christmas shopping at the only place to shop, Sister Moses.
Monday, December 1, 2014
Join us for our First Annual Pajama Party!We are very excited to announce our fun, new Christmas party! On December 4th, join us for our Holiday Open House PJ Party. We will be closing at 3 PM December 4th, then we will reopen at 5 PM until 8 PM. This will be a LADIES ONLY party! Bring your girlfriends, sisters, mothers, aunts or cousins, but leave your hubbies and your kiddos at home!
We will have hot tea, hot chocolate and coffee, cookies and candy! Plus we will have a special treat for anyone who comes, but you have to come to the party to find out what it is! Amazing sales and amazing prizes. Plus we will have Shana Gatschet will be giving complimentary Nerium facials. Check out Shana's website here.
Come in your PJs and slippers, and get ready for a great time!
Monday, October 27, 2014
Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta passed away at the age of 82, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be timeless. He was a gentleman; gallant and extraordinary. These are the words that come to mind when Oscar de la Renta is mentioned. A man so great, he could make ordinary women feel extraordinary in his creations.
He had experience in fashion which would be any budding designer's dream resume. Oscar de la Renta was born in Santo Domingo in the early 1930s. He moved to Spain at the age of 19, where he worked with Balenciaga, followed by an offer to work at Christian Dior. He turned down the position to work Lanvin for two years, evetually making his way to America, the land of opportunity. He started working Elizabeth Arden for a few years, followed by Jane Derby and Balman. After getting sufficient experience, he made his entree as a courtier in the 1990s.
He has dressed many first ladies, Jacqueline Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Reagan and Laura Bush, and many high profile celebrities like Sara Jessica Parker, and the recent Mrs. George Clooney.
My favorite collection is his fall/winter 1992. It is still as glamorous and relevant as it was then. Just like his work, he was and will always remain timeless.
Five Lessons Entrepreneurs can Learn from Him:
1. Focus. "If you wear a different perfume every day, I do not recognize you."- Oscar de la Renta
2. Be personable. "The qualities I most admire in a women confidence and kindness". - Oscar de la Renta
3. Be true to yourself. "Fashion is about dressing according to what's fashionable. Style is more about being yourself."- Oscar de la Renta
4. Offer something useful. "I want to make clothes that people will wear, not styles that will make a bla splash on the runway."- Oscar de la Renta
5. Be inspired. "I am inspired by women." - Oscar de la Renta
Entrepreneurship can be a difficult and lonely road. Every entrepreneur should identify his or her source of inspiration, to maintain motivation and retain passion.
"Never, ever confuse what happens on the runway with fashion. A runway is a spectacle. It's only fashion when a woman puts it on. Being well dressed hasn't much to do with having good clothes. It's a question of good balance and common sense." - Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta, you made women feel and look beautiful.
Rest in peace.