mustachioed merrymakers and the ladies who love them convened at Storyville for
the Professional Wingman's third annual Movember Date Auction. Partygoers faced
off in an all-out bidding war for two dozen eligible bachelors and
bachelorettes, with all proceeds going to the Movember Foundation, which raises
awareness and funds for men's health causes. The evening's host: chief wingman
Thomas Edwards, whose biz offers coaching services to the unlucky in love,
helping clients improve their dating lives and make stronger romantic
connections. Find out more at theprofessionalwingman.com - ahem, not that you
need any help in that department.
Bre Nourse, yoga instructor
This Cali-born fitness fiend was more than happy to help
raise money for men's health as one of the evening's bachelorettes. Currently
single, she's hoping her very personal donation might lead to a love connection
(ideally one who's not shorter than she is).
She supports mustaches that crop
up for a good cause, but she prefers a nice, manly beard.
She got a leg up on the competition
with suede Steve Madden shoes in an unexpected shade we'll call grape-soda
purple, paired with a curve-hugging Bettie Page dress.
She accessorized her fierce pinup outfit
with dainty jewelry. Though small, the delicate circle necklace from Dogeared
Jewels has a lot of meaning. It symbolizes karma, a concept that this
practicing Tibetan Buddhist quite literally keeps close to her heart.
More parties! At thePhoenix.com/parties. See you out there!