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Clothing boutique to hold second fashion show Saturday

Published 4:41pm Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Sweet as a Peach Boutique owner Tasha Hayes will hold her shop’s second fashion show April 5, nearly a year after she opened her doors last spring.

The show will start at 10 a.m. at Elizabeth Hall, located between MorLyn’s Fine Jewelry and Gifts and Edwards Jewelers on Second Avenue in downtown Clanton.

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Lexi Kate Hayes models an outfit available at her mother Tasha Hayes’ shop, Sweet as a Peach, during a fashion show last April.

It is free and open to the public and will feature children’s clothing available at the shop for boys and girls.

Clothing lines to be featured in the show include Mustard Pie, Giggle Moon, LaJenns, Flathappy and Livie Luca, Hayes’ new children’s shoe line.

Handmade hair bows and bowties by Mustard Pie will also be available.

“I’m excited that we’re able to do it again,” Hayes said of the show. “I do enjoy doing it.”

Hayes said Sweet as a Peach Boutique, located inside Todd’s Produce at 2232 Seventh St. S. in Clanton, would be closed April 5 since she will have clothing, shoes and accessories from the shop for sale at Elizabeth Hall before and after the fashion show.

“I will open at 9 a.m.,” Hayes said. “We’ll be here all day.”

Hayes said the show would last about 30 minutes and is “bigger” this year, necessitating its change in locations from the shop to the space downtown.

The event will also include giveaways from local merchants, refreshments and appearances from local pageant queens.

“We will be introducing Peach, Chilton County, Swedish and YMCA queens throughout the day,” Hayes said.

Until May 5, Sweet as a Peach Boutique will be open by appointment only.

To make an appointment, call Hayes at (205) 299-2095 or visit the shop’s Facebook page.

Starting May 5, the shop will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week.

For more information, call (205) 755-3433 or visit ToddsPeaches.com.

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