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Wear all white and drink free whiskey at The Button Factory Saturday

Posted by Swati Gauri Sharma  July 31, 2013 03:27 PM

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Paperfashion and Crocodile Tears are joining to throw a summer party at Button Factory on Saturday, Aug. 3.

Summer's almost over, so this may be your last chance to wear all white: Watercolor illustrator Paperfashion is throwing a shindig with local jeweler Crocodile Tears at the Button Factory in Fort Point on Saturday, Aug. 3. All white attire is strongly encouraged required.

Limited edition illustrations and Crocodile Tear's all white summer statement jewelry collection will be on sale at the event and attendees will be treated to white whiskey cucumber cocktails from Bully Boy Distillers, on the house.

If you can't tell, the theme of the party is white, so make sure to dress the part. For RSVP and more information, click here.

Sat., Aug 3, 7-11 p.m. The Button Factory, 50 Melcher St., 1C, Boston.

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