Narcisse Champagne & Tea Lounge Goes White This Saturday

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If you're a good little fashion hard-liner, the post-Labor Day moratorium on white clothing and accessories is to be taken seriously -- which makes us wonder if Narcisse Champagne & Tea Lounge is throwing their First Annual White Party as one last hurrah for the coolest color of summer.

At 9 p.m., this Saturday, September 3, Narcisse Champagne & Tea Lounge in Scottsdale asks its guests to wear white during its First Annual White Party, "Blanc de Blancs," and the official Phoenix Cooks after party.

DJ Knick Knack will be providing the beats in addition to over $1000 in cash and prizes plus drink and bottle specials.

For reservations, call 480-588-2244. Enter to win a VIP table here.

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