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Talk Shop: Rawlings Conservatory, Wee Chic, Bespoke Neckwear, Charm City Yoga Fest

Stylish events in Baltimore.

By Lauren Bell | July 7, 2015, 4:17 pm

-Megan Evans Photography
Charmed Life

Talk Shop: Rawlings Conservatory, Wee Chic, Bespoke Neckwear, Charm City Yoga Fest

Stylish events in Baltimore.

By Lauren Bell | July 7, 2015, 4:17 pm

-Megan Evans Photography

Seersucker and Sundresses Garden Party
Grab your favorite bowtie and your best party dress, as The Baltimore Conservatory Association and the Baltimore Croquet Club join forces to host the 3rd annual Seersucker and Sundresses Garden Party on July 19 from 3-7 p.m. at the Howard P. Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park. Guests can enjoy live music, light picnic fare, the Conservatory’s lovely gardens and exhibits, and, of course, croquet (equipment and instructors provided)—whether you choose to watch from the sidelines or decide to take a whack at it yourself. 3100 Swann Dr., 410-396-4860

Kaliq and Painted Palette at Wee Chic
Airbrush art isn’t just for the boardwalk. On Saturday, July 11, airbrush artist Kaliq will be in-store all day at Wee Chic in Green Spring Station. He will be doing on-the-spot airbrush personalization of any Wee Chic basic item or any outside item of your choosing. Additionally, moms, it’s time to hire a babysitter and take a break from routine because Painted Palette is back at Wee Chic on Thursday, July 16 for an evening of painting and wine with your best girlfriends. 2360 West Joppa Rd. #115, Lutherville, 410-878-7400

Bespoke Neckwear Pop-Up Shop
Calling all guys! Local favorite, Samuel Parker Clothier will be hosting Drake’s of London for a Bespoke Neckwear Event on July 16 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Drake’s will be showcasing vintage silk panels available exclusively to customers during the event. Make sure to stop by to enjoy a custom experience and to walk away with a limited edition one-off that will set your personal wardrobe apart from the rest. 5100 Falls Rd. 86 Village Square, 410-435-5000

Charm City Yoga Fest
Find your inner-yogi at the 2nd Annual Charm City Yoga Fest July 24-26 at the Maryland Agricultural Resource Council. Your mind and body will enjoy three harmonious days of yoga, Kirtan music, camping, scrumptious vegetarian food, and awesome merchandise. With a range of non-stop classes taught by a line up of international and local instructors (featuring the world renowned Sri Dharma Mittra), how and when you reach nirvana is up to you. Weekend and day passes are available and include access to all yoga classes and music. 1114 Shawan Rd. Cockeysville.




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Lauren Bell is the style editor for Baltimore, where she covers shopping, fashion, home, and health and wellness.



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