Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club members model outfits from Just Girls Boutique.

Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club members model outfits from Just Girls Boutique.

Photo by Martha Hach

Women’s Club holds fashion show with Just Girls Boutique

By: Mary Genson | Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle | Published September 1, 2023


BIRMINGHAM — On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Just Girls Boutique and the Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club is holding the annual fashion show luncheon at The Iroquois Club, 43248 Woodward Ave. in Bloomfield Township. The event will start at 10:30 a.m.

Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club members will model in the show presented by Just Girls Boutique, 39558 Woodward Ave. in Bloomfield Hills. The event will include opportunities to shop, as well as the fashion show.

Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club member Jane Dwyer is in charge of the fashion show.

A couple of years ago, the annual fashion show was in collaboration with the clothing store Chicos.

Now,  Just Girls Boutique has taken on the role of providing the outfits for the fashion show. Members will model a few outfits each to show off Just Girls Boutique’s collection of clothing.

Just Girls Boutique will also bring in a rack of clothing for people at the luncheon to look through and buy. If someone chooses to buy something at the event, they will receive a discount.

Dwyer said it has been a great experience working with Just Girls Boutique.

“They are just terrific, and the clothes are fabulous,” Dwyer said.

Six models were chosen to participate in this year’s fashion show. There was high interest this year, so Dwyer said she had to limit it to six. None of them is a professional model.

“It is so fun watching them come out and model the clothes,” Dwyer said.

Reservations must be made to attend the luncheon. Tickets cost $32 each.

Anyone interested in attending can call Christine Wludyka at (248) 303-7339.


Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club
Throughout the year, the Birmingham Metropolitan Women’s Club hosted several events and luncheons.

“We are primarily a social group,” said Martha Hach, the club’s publicist. “Fellowship is our primary mission, and we are interested in expanding our mission to include more philanthropic efforts.”

Hach said they are interested in growing membership. Since resuming meetings after the pandemic, the group has grown by 50%.

“It is a terrific group of women,” Hach said. “We draw from the entire metro area. It’s not just Birmingham. Everyone is welcome.”