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A JACK MOORE ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED
(508) 853-3991
250 BARBER AVENUE SUITE 3
WORCESTER, MA
Departments / Services
cordless, contractor, corded tools, fall protection, Abrasives, hearing protection, supply dealers, gloves, hard hats, Special Trade Contractors, salvage, machinery, safety glasses, chop saws, anchors, dealer, sawing, coring, cutting, drilling, Demolition, equipment supplies, concrete breaking, wrecking, concrete construction, fit, face shields
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42.296607 -71.797491

Snooty Jewelry
(508) 460-1203
PO Box 940
Marlborough, MA

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HIGH COUNTRY WORK WEAR
(978) 534-0969
155 HAMILTON STREET
LEOMINSTER, MA
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Pawn Shops, Shoe Stores, workwear, Health Care Equipment, medical equipment, Specialty Clothing, work shoes, safety equipment, Clothing Stores, safety shoes, medical wear, medical supplies, work clothing, outdoor footwear, Uniforms, safety clothing
Hours
42.542380 -71.747484

AJ Wright
(508) 757-5227
Perkins Farms Plaza, 899 Grafton Street
Worcester, MA
Hours
Mon-Sat: 9:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 11:00am-8:00pm

Council For Jewish Women
(508) 753-8000
322 Pleasant St
Worcester, MA
 
NatureWear Organics
(508) 248-3116
Online
Charlton, MA

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Crunchy Boutique
(508) 478-1991
102 Bates St
Mendon, MA

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Stone Wear Consignment
(508) 752-7444
P O Box 276
Worcester, MA
 
Dicks Sporting Goods #151
(508) 595-9808
541E Lincoln St Worcester
Worcester, MA
 
Geo & Doris Laconte
(508) 752-6567
276 Plantation St
Worcester, MA
 
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Fashion party clothing wear casual: What to wear for casual cocktails

The holidays are here, and the winter party season is in full swing. And every winter, the question is "What to wear?" This is especially true when the invitation says, "Come for casual cocktails."

Whether you want to buy a new outfit or wear one of the classic pieces already in your closet, here are a handful of fashion-forward tips to guide your get-up.

Today's top party styles

"When the invitation says 'casual,' interpretations differ," says Leah Feldon, a Nashville and New York-based fashion expert (leahfeldon.com) and author of Does This Make Me Look Fat?

"Some people will always dress up, while others won't," she says. "Some will read 'casual' and others, 'cocktail.' If you do your basic black with fun accessories, you'll be exactly perfect, either way."

"The one thing you're always safe wearing is basic black. Then jazz it up with accessories. You just can't go wrong with that," she assures.

"Black is essential," agrees Jenny Le of Opening Ceremony, which has stores in New York and just recently Los Angeles (openingceremony.us). Try this versatile Karen Kane Boyfriend Jacket .

Le recommends a few hot items to pick up this winter to turn heads anywhere you go.

"Velvet dresses, high waisted skirts, severe pencil skirts, cashmere cardigans, waistcoats, trenches and Victorian granny high heel boots," Le lists.

Another hot look, she says, is slim tuxedo pants and a chiffon bow blouse, or full trousers or high waisted pants."

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