Julie’s Beachwear soirée launches Charleston Shoes

Julie Zozaya, Laura Newlander, Fannie Polny

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Julie’s Beachwear, which has been in business for 20 years with “resort, fashion, lounge and bikini wear from around the world,” hosted a spring soirée April 6 to welcome Charleston Shoes to its new home in Del Mar.

The event featured live music; catering by Yosel of Date Catering and Millie’s Gelato by Chef Susan Sbicca; fabulous gift bags and raffle prizes and services from local Del Mar/Carmel Valley, Rancho Sante Fe and Solana Beach merchants; Body Sexy by Kelly: One year of personal training; SeiAloha: Pretty Wahinie Makeover Package: Brow shaping, c-facial, organic body bronzing and eye lash tint; Therapist Susan Scott: Free Massage; and Salon Del Mar: Hair Cut and Color by Robin Peters.

Julie’s Beachwear is located at 1414 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA 92014; 858-792-1359.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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