Giving Back

Jude Connally Dresses Benefit Chatham "Relay for Life"

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Jude Connally and friends
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Jude Connally
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CHATHAM, NJ - Jude Connally and her team were thrilled to share their mission of allowing women to look good and feel great through what they wear. Jude, who designs and markets beautiful printed dresses, brought a vast collection of her beautiful prints and styles to a “friends and family” gathering benefiting the Relay for Life team of  XYZ.

The event was held at and hosted by Melissa Evans along with Geradina Callahan and Joanne Morris, all of Chatham. 

The event started at 7 p.m. and the moment guests arrived, they were met with a fabulous array of dresses, tunics, and skorts and tops, in lots of colors and unique styles. 
 
 
From skorts and tank tops to tunics and Jude's classic dresses, there was something there for everyone. "I love spreading the positive energy that comes with every piece of our clothing" states Jude. Along with adding beautiful clothing to their wardrobes, a portion of the proceeds from the night is being donated to Relay For Life, making the night about much more than shopping.
 
Jude Connally designs are inspired by women like you. Whether you need a little pick-me-up or you’re walking on sunshine, Jude wants you to live life to the fullest and feel amazing while doing so. Her modern classic dress collection features lively prints paired with soft silhouettes that balance simplicity with sophistication and comfort with luxury. All of her dresses are manufactured right here in the U.S.A. on a luxurious, easy-to-care for fabric. No dry cleaning necessary; just wash and wear. It’s really that simple. Celebrate yourself with a Jude Connally dress. 
 
Jude Connally Clothing is available locally at DJ Crater and there company store in Westfield, as well as on line at www.judeconnally.com and 300 plus better woman's boutiques nationwide.

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