Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Party with a Purpose!

You’re Invited to Our Momo Girl x DFSS Empower Hour
Wednesday, April 25 from 5:00 - 7:30 pm
Momo in Japantown • 600 S Jackson Street
Sips & Snacks
RSVP or 206.329.4736

One week until the Momo and Dress for Success Seattle (DFSS) Spring Empower Hour. Get happy while you meet Liisa Spink, Director of DFSS, supporting working women in need for over 22 years. Shop and Momo will donate 10% of your evening’s purchase over $25 (pre-tax) to this worthy cause. And we’re delighted to welcome back Zaara Nekoyama — the Temptress of Tarot will offer 3-card readings for $10 a pop, bonus!

How can you help DFSS?
1. Donate career appropriate clothing, bring them to the party
2. Give $$$, always appreciated
3. Attend quarterly clothing sales, annual luncheon
4. Volunteer
5. DFSS Wish List
- Plus-sized office wear (18 to 32)
- Designer clothing, accessories, handbags or new items with tags
- New Spanx
- Medium/large new tights/leggings
- Unused undergarments
- Lightweight rain jackets
- African American hair/beauty products
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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Tax-free Tax Day

April 15th is traditionally the deadline for filing income tax. It may not be your favorite day of the year, but Momo has an offer that makes it a little more pleasant: guilt-free retail therapy. This Sunday, we’re Sales Tax Free for cash purchases over $25. Come down to Momo and enjoy a brief respite from paying tax. Remember to visit an ATM beforehand — Cash is King for the discount!

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Looking Forward to Blues Skies . . . and Shirts

Spring’s promise of brighter skies is reflected in this capsule collection of new menswear.
Toronto-based shirt maker, & Sons, considers developing their own fabrics as an essential component of design. Their easy-to-wear shirts bring a distinctive style that both elevates and complements a man’s wardrobe. We love & Sons hand-printed woodblock pattern in subdued shades of taupe and blue.

& Sons subtle blue-on-blue floral shirt in 100% Tencel,
a sustainable pulp product, has the heft of sturdy cotton
with the feel and sheen of silk. 

Copenhagen-based Bruun & Stengade’s designs always convey a bit of dapper urbanity. The pure cotton shirts with micro patterns feature a cutaway collar for subtle-yet-stylish European flair.

Enduring Saint James cotton knits mirror the sea
in two flavors of blue.

Bench is designed with British weather in mind. This windbreaker has a drawstring waist and snap pockets, perfect for our chilly Pacific NW mist and gusts.