FASHION

Resident holds fashion workshop for ‘witches’

Posted 5/12/22

Witches will ride high and in style this year on the Sun City West Witches Ride for Charity Parade Oct. 27.

Sun City West resident Sue Ambler, retired from a career in fashion design and …

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FASHION

Resident holds fashion workshop for ‘witches’

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Witches will ride high and in style this year on the Sun City West Witches Ride for Charity Parade Oct. 27.

Sun City West resident Sue Ambler, retired from a career in fashion design and tailoring, recently held a workshop for witches to demonstrate designs and fabric options for their bewitching costumes. Since the Arizona heat presents a real fashion dilemma, this event is fortunate to have Ambler’s talent and fashion design close at hand.

“Several things just seemed to fall into place: my background in fashion,” Ambler said, “the need for so many costumes on a specific date and female residents thinking creatively about their options. I’m glad to consult with women who are planning their costumes and want to personalize them, so they are comfortable for the parade and celebration immediately following.”

Benevilla, a nonprofit organization, is the 2022 beneficiary of this year’s fundraising. While the “FUNdraising” remains the main focus, the Witches Ride is also an event for Sun City West women who support the cause. After the community parade, witches commune in the park for a bring-your-own-everything picnic. The festivities include live music, the witches dance and a conga line.

Follow the group on Facebook, SCWWITCHES RIDE 2022, or email scwwitchesride@gmail.com with questions.

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