A delightful boutique, filled with beautiful items
Here are some of the beautiful items I found at the Cancer Center Boutique at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. The Cancer Center Boutique offers a vast selection of bras, camisoles and intimate apparel to help recovering cancer patients.
I discovered this little shop and its beautifully made wigs and other fashion items when my husband and I went there to see his friend’s photograph, on exhibit up on the second floor.
Any woman would be tempted to buy the beautiful items displayed. I managed to leave without buying any jewelry, clothing, or hats, as I have too many already. But the temptation was almost overwhelming. The wigs are especially beautiful. I was told that the wig maker makes the wigs from both synthetic and natural hair. She then cuts them into fashionable styles.
The wigs are made by the wig maker (Gini g’s), located in Southampton, Pa, phone 215 364 WIGS. The clothing is supplied by Jay Ann Intimates whose main location is at 1954 county LIne Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006, phone 215 942 0120.
Jewelry is also available.
I was given two brochures and cards:
The Cancer Center Boutique’s brochure states: for hours, and to schedule an appointment with one of our intimate apparel fitting or wig specialists, please call 215 615 3321. Appointments are made for pre-surgical to help with deciding about options following breast surgery, and post-surgery to provide garments during recovery and after.
The Cancer Center Boutique’s brochure also states: …Visit the boutique for our great selection of fashionable hats, scarves, headwraps and all of our convenient accessories. …For appointment scheduling with one of our intimate apparel fitting or wig specialists, please call 215 615 3321….
Many thanks to my husband who took the pictures and edited them for this post.
© Laurel Hoffmann, 2019.
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