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Lucy's Gift Celebrates Fall with Morristown High School Students and Digital Contest

Top, left to right: Hannah Pfahler, Noelle Smith, Kayla Simon, Allyson Maya, Taylor McEntee. Bottom, left to right: Morgan O’Neill, Marisa Spagnoletti, Chloe Aznar. Credits: Lucy's Gift
#1- I love it all! Modeled by (top, left to right): Noelle Smith, Taylor McEntee, Kayla Simon, Morgan O’Neill, Hannah Pfahler; (bottom, left to right): Chloe Aznar, Allyson Maya Credits: Lucy's Gift
#2- Fun in the Sun & On the Go-Straw sun hats in white & natural w SPF 50+ ; elegant crystal cuff bracelet & choker w vegan leather straps & beading;slouchy backpack in navy w gold accents Credits: Lucy's Gift
#3- 2 Cool for School - Slouchy backpacks in black and brown with gold accents by Simply Noelle. Credits: Lucy's Gift
#4- Bling me up! Crystal cuff bracelet, rings, and necklaces in gold, silver, and rose gold by Ethel & Myrtle Credits: Lucy's Gift
#5-Pom-poms & Clutches-Pom-pom tassel necklaces in pink, neutral, and multi-color schemes by Nakamol Designs; versatile vegan leather clutches by Sondra Roberts in black, forest green, and caramel. Credits: Lucy's Gift
#6 -Fringe Binge. Mini drawstring Nappa leather fringe bucket bag by Sondra Roberts. Credits: Lucy's Gift
#7-Best Wishes – Beaded wish bracelets to tie on and make a wish! In a rainbow of colors for any of your heart’s desires – Love, Happiness, Peace, Adventure, Good Fortune, and more. Credits: Lucy's Gift

Owner of local boutique for charity—a finalist for Tory Burch Fellows Program and winner of Italian-American Woman of the Year—inspired by group of teenagers

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Marisa Spagnoletti, owner of Lucy’s Gift and founder of the Maurice J. Spagnoletti Foundation (MJSF), today announced a social media contest on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The contest, “Favorite Fall Fashions,” highlights new inventory selected by a group of students from Morristown High School: Chloe Aznar, Allyson Maya, Taylor McEntee, Morgan O’Neill, Hannah Pfahler, Kayla Simon, and Noelle Smith.


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Marisa Spagnoletti, owner of Lucy’s Gift boutique for charity, gets inspiration from Morristown High School students.


A finalist for the prestigious Tory Burch Foundation Fellows Program and winner of East Hanover Italian American Club’s 2017 Italian-American Woman of the Year, Ms. Spagnoletti was delighted to collaborate with the local students. As a gesture of thanks for dedicating their time to the contest and joining the mission of Lucy’s Gift, a donation will be made in their honor to the MJSF specifically for the Morristown Medical Center’s expansion of Goryeb Children’s Hospital.

Ms. Spagnoletti said, “It was truly an honor to get to know these brilliant and beautiful girls from Morristown High. They inspire all of us at Lucy’s Gift to continue doing the good work we do every day to support others in need. I admire their enthusiasm, passion, and willingness to support the community in any way they can. They are the future and the future is bright!”

Among the featured fashions in the contest are stylish backpacks by Simply Noelle; versatile vegan leather clutches by Sondra Roberts; colorful pom-pom tassle necklaces by Nakamol Designs; an array of elegant jewelry by Ethel & Myrtle including crystal cuff bracelets, rings, and necklaces in gold, silver, and rose gold, and chokers with beading and vegan leather cords; and straw sun hats with SPF 50+ from Magid Hats.

Each week, the public may vote for their favorite product or group photo in-store at the Morristown location, or on-line by liking, sharing, or commenting on the posts for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Lucy’s Gift boutique. On-line voters get one entry for a chance to win the prize; in-store voters get two entries. Winning products will be spotlighted each week along with coordinating fashions available for sale at Lucy’s Gift.

Contest will run through October 7, 2017, with winners announced on the following Saturdays: September 23, 30, and October 7. Posts can be found on Lucy’s Gift social media channels using the hashtag #FavoriteFallFashions:

VOTE by clicking on Lucy's Gift Facebook, Instagram  or Twitter

Or in-store at: Lucy’s Gift 168 South Street (near the corner of Elm Street) Morristown, NJ-

Store hours: Wed 11am - 5pm, Thurs 11am-7pm, Fri & Sat 11am -6pm, and Sun 12 - 4pm



#1. I love it all! -Pom-pom tassel necklaces in pink, neutral, and multi-color schemes by Nakamol Designs; slouchy backpacks in brown, olive green, navy with gold accents by Simply Noelle; versatile vegan leather clutches by Sondra Roberts in black, forest green, and caramel; elegant crystal bangles, cuffs, rings, necklaces, with gold, rose gold, and silver accents, and chokers with beading and vegan leather cords by Ethel & Myrtle; and straw sun hats in white and natural with SPF 50+ from Magid Hats. Modeled by (top, left to right): Noelle Smith, Taylor McEntee, Kayla Simon, Morgan O’Neill, Hannah Pfahler; (bottom, left to right): Chloe Aznar, Allyson Maya.

#2. Fun in the Sun and On the Go- Straw sun hats in white and natural with SPF 50+ from Magid Hats; elegant crystal cuff bracelet and choker with vegan leather straps and beading by Ethel & Myrtle; stylish slouchy backpack in navy with gold accents by Simply Noelle. Modeled by Chloe Aznar and Allyson Maya.

#3. 2 Cool for School- Slouchy backpacks in black and brown with gold accents by Simply Noelle. Modeled by Hannah Pfahler and Noelle Smith.

#4. Bling me up! -Crystal cuff bracelet, rings, and necklaces in gold, silver, and rose gold by Ethel & Myrtle. Modeled by Morgan O’Neill.

#5. Pom-poms and Clutches- Pom-pom tassel necklaces in pink, neutral, and multi-color schemes by Nakamol Designs; and versatile vegan leather clutches by Sondra Roberts in black, forest green, and caramel. Modeled by Kayla Simon, Morgan O’Neill, and Taylor McEntee.

#6. Fringe Binge- Mini drawstring Nappa leather fringe bucket bag by Sondra Roberts. 

#7. Best Wishes - Beaded wish bracelets to tie on and make a wish! In a rainbow of colors for any of your heart’s desires – Love, Happiness, Peace, Adventure, Good Fortune, and more.




LUCY’S GIFT Founded in 2015, Lucy’s Gift (LG) is a retail boutique offering handbags, accessories, jewelry, and home décor items to support the efforts of the Maurice J. Spagnoletti Foundation (MJSF) to help children in need, crime victims and those who serve and protect us. All of LG’s net profits are donated to the MJSF to support an ever-increasing number of charities. LG is committed to providing outreach and support of local charities and nonprofit organizations, creating new alliances and partnerships with the public and business communities to make a real difference – one life at a time. Lucy’s Gift boutiques opened in Morristown, NJ, in 2015, Florham Park, NJ, in 2016, and online in 2017.

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