On Wednesday, January 25th, local ladies should plan to attend Martini’s and Manicures at House of Loom. For $15, relax and enjoy a select martini from House of Loom and a manicure from Sirens Salon. Attendees will also be able to enjoy House of Loom’s happy hour during this event, which takes place from 5-8 p.m. House of Loom is located at 1012 South 10th Street. Visit sirensatl.com or facebook.com/house of loom for more information.

Local bridal designer Princess Lasertron is running a special for all the newly engaged brides in the new year. In the month of January, all boutonnieres and corsages are 20% off. Hand embroidered and made from materials such as felt, vintage buttons and repurposed jewelry, Princess Lasertron’s pieces are able to be worn long after one of the biggest days of your life. Visit princesslasertron.com and fill out the Bridal Inquiry Form for design options and pricing.

And lastly, two important items of note regarding some of Omaha’s favorite vintage shops:

Benson boutique Paperdoll is moving from their current location to the old Benson Grind space at 6107 Maple Street. Owner Kelsey Riewer stated the need for a bigger space and parking as her reasons for the move. Head over to Paperdoll and take advantage of their huge winter sale as they prepare for their big move in the coming weeks and visit facebook.com/heypaperdoll for moving announcements.

Did you make a purchase at Scout: Dry Goods & Trade in December? If so, bring in your receipt and use it as a 30% off coupon on any purchase of $50 or more during January. Even better, give your closet a pre-spring cleaning before you stop by as Scout is buying gently used clothing and accessories of all seasons through the month of January. Visit ilovescout.com for more information and Scout’s seasonal buying guides.                    

Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik is a stylist, costumier, wife and freelance writer based in Omaha, Nebraska. Her style blog can be found at fashflood.com.

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