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Dress for Success strives to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to thrive in work and in life. Since 2006, they’ve helped transform the lives of over 17,000 women and by distributing more than $1,000,000 in clothing and accessories as well as providing job readiness tools, professional attire and post employment support to achieve economic self-sufficiency. The need for support is greater than ever right now. From jobs to housing, transportation and of course, family, Dress For Success is aiming to expand their resources to help even more. To help do just that, on Novembest 1st, they’re launching a new giving program: The 150 Club. Founding members who donate $150 (the cost to dress a DFS client) or more will be privy to an impressive array of benefits, but most importantly, they will be directly impacting the lives of women in need right here in our community. 303.832.1889; denver.

Photo: courtesy Dress for Success Denver via Facebook


Goodwill’s Déjà Blue Boutique is like shopping in your best friend’s closet! With a curated selection of chic clothing, shoes and accessories for men and women, the boutique offers high-end brands without the sticker shock! Plus, all of the proceeds support Goodwill’s local career development programs. A complete win-win for all!  Located in Cherry Creek North, 303.996.5668;


Karmen Berentsen of A-Line Boutique penned Learning to Fly in hopes of inspiring women to live authentically and rediscover their worth. Available at A-Line Belleview Station, 303.773.8200; and

Cocotay Jewelry creates one-of-a-kind vintage earings with a modern twist. Available at A-Line Belleview Station, 303.773.8200;
and at Cocotay Jewelry Instagram: @cocotayjewelry

Learning to Fly a memoir by Karmen Berensten, A Line Botique, One-of-a-kind vintage earrings by Cocotay Jewelry. Photo : Chad Chisholm