6 reasons to shop Milwaukee Holiday Boutique this weekend
One of the most exciting shopping events of the season is this weekend! The Milwaukee Holiday Boutique brings together more than 200 vendors for a three-day show (Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.) at Wisconsin State Fair Park.
The variety of vendors will bring the latest in apparel, decor, jewelry and much more. The shopping experience will be enhanced by live entertainment and interactive demonstrations. Snap that photo with Santa, get inspired for the upcoming holiday season and more!
Need a few more reasons to get the Milwaukee Holiday Boutique? We have you covered.
1. Adorable gifts
Our Carolynn Buser was lucky enough to do an unboxing of some of the delightful goodies at the event this weekend. Who can resist some of these great ideas?!
2. Shop the Bus
If you haven't shopped the Hyde & Chic Mobile Boutique this is your chance to do so! The California-style boutique brings the latest trends in women's clothing and accessories.
Looking to up your holiday deco game? The Top Tier Décor team will be there to showcase designed Christmas trees as well as other holiday décor.
4. Holiday cheer
You'll be shopping the Milwaukee Holiday Boutique ... but you could also be shopping for free! Contesting will go on hourly and you could be one of the lucky folks to win $25 toward your holiday haul.
5. Meet Santa
Skip the line at the mall and visit jolly old St. Nick while at Milwaukee Holiday Boutique. You can even drop your Christmas list in the mailbox for Pony Express service straight to the North Pole.
6. One-stop shopping
With artisans from around the country, plus local and regional vendors, you are sure to be able to start crossing names off of your "nice" list.
Want to WIN tickets to the shopping event of the season? Head here. See you there, Milwaukee!
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