Del Mar Dress Company goes ‘50 Shades of Pink’

Janet Rawl, Colleen Corcoran

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The Del Mar Dress Company partnered with Bloom Natural Health and its Mobile Van for a “50 Shades of Pink” event on March 28. In the Del Mar Dress Company’s casual but cozy shop setting, Amanda Ward, N.D., shared her expertise about  natural hormones and how to maximize one’s libido.

Guests took advantage  of  half-price Skinny Shots and Libido Lixur shots. The event also featured wine tasting by Carruth Cellars, complimentry olive tastings by the Temecula Olive Oil Company, and tasty dessert bars were served from Lockwood Table.

Del Mar Dress Company is located at 324 S. Cedros., Solana Beach;
For more information, visit www.delmardresscompany.com.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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