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Fashion FYI: Levi's offering new Steelers fashions

| Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, 10:30 p.m.
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
LEVI'S
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
LEVI'S
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
LEVI'S
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
LEVI'S
Levi's announced it's expanded it National Football League collection of offically-licensed apparel featuring items for Pittsburgh Steelers fans

Levi's offering new Steelers fashions

Levi's is expanding its National Football League collection of officially licensed apparel to include new options for Pittsburgh Steelers fans. The line includes a T-shirt, rugby shirt, plaid western shirt and a vintage chambray shirt for men and women. All styles include the team logo. Prices range from $35-$78. The Levi's brand epitomizes classic American style and effortless cool.

Details: levi.com/NFL

New boutique

Goatfeathers Boutique is open in Oakmont at 618 Allegheny River Blvd. This shop sells footwear, jewelry and handmade scarves and bags.

Details: 412-426-9080 or goatfeathersboutique.com

Self-image classes

Dianne and Jaylee Lemon, owners of ReFined Culture, an image consulting and personal transformation business will be holding self-image classes from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 10, 17 and 24 at the Sylvia Elsayed Energy Innovation Center, 1435 Bedford Ave., in Pittsburgh's Uptown. The mother-and-son team will offer tips on understanding your body image so you can maximize your style with professional fashion guidance. Cost is $99.

Details: 412-482-3381

Beauty in the ‘Burgh

Put on your little black dress and attend the Beauty in the ‘Burgh event from 7 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 13 at Skybar, 1603 E. Carson St., on Pittsburgh's South Side. This first-time event will feature tips from beauty experts.

Tickets are $20.

Details: 412-431-8800 or skybarpgh.com

Ladies night

The Ladies Night Out event is from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 12 at Butler Country Club, 310 Country Club Rd., in Butler. There will a fashion show, auction, live music and shopping. The event benefits the breast cancer programs and services at Butler Health System.

Tickets are $30.

Details: 724-283-6666 or butlerhealthsystem.org

— JoAnne Klimovich Harrop

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