If you haven’t already heard, The Hance Park Conservancy will host their first annual “Noche en Blanco” event on Saturday, October 22 at Hance Park (you’ll find all the details here.) This nighttime picnic in the park is based on an event that originated in Paris 30 years ago, where everyone wears white and enjoys a night of food, fun and community.
So now if you’ve decided you’d like to be a part of what is sure to be a beautiful night in downtown Phoenix, the next question is: “What should I wear?” To help answer that question, we’ve scoped out some great items and styles – all in white (as the theme calls for) and currently available at some of our favorite central Phoenix boutiques. From cool and casual to fun and flirty, you’re sure to find something that fits your “Noche en Blanco” style.
Click on the photos below for items details.
Muse Apparel | 100 E Camelback Rd., Suite 188
Muse Apparel features a “well-curated selection of contemporary designers” that includes clothing, shoes, accessories and gifts. For “Noche en Blanco,” consider one of their beautifully detailed tops or a chic ultra suede romper. Photos courtesy of Muse Apparel
Antique Sugar | 801 N 2nd St., #104
Antique Sugar specializes in prime vintage pieces, from everyday wear to pristine party attire. If you want to go vintage with your “Noche” look, check out their decade-spanning selection of dresses, suits and other unique apparel. Photos by Courtney McCune.
Bunky Boutique | 1437 N 1st St.
For “timeless styles with modern twists,” Bunky Boutique is the place to be. For Noche, Bunky offers a variety of stylish, classy and cozy white tops that can be paired with pants or a skirt and that are sure to become a staple in your fall wardrobe. Photos courtesy of Bunky Boutique.
Phoenix General | 5538 N 7th St., Suite 120
At Phoenix General, you’ll find apparel, home and gift items for “life in the desert.” For this occasion, keep it comfy and casual with their basic t-shirt dress (pictured) or classic white tees and button-ups for men and women. Photo courtesy of Phoenix General.