Today's Night & Day Featured Event: What Women Want Men's Night at Pampered Passions Fine Lingerie.
I really feel for my husband sometimes. In fact, I really feel for all men around this time of year. No, I'm not getting all Glenn Beck on you... I just can't imagine how difficult it must be to shop for the important woman in your life. After all, if your significant other is anything like me, she's picky and fickle and never entirely sure just what she wants for Christmas.
So why not get her something that both of you will really, really enjoy? No, silly, not a widescreen TV or an Xbox 360 -- lingerie. She's almost guaranteed to love something she's going to look absolutely smokin' hot in... and so are you!
Of course, this opens up a whole new can of worms: How do you know what's going to look right on her specific body type? After all, you (probably) don't wear lingerie! Pampered Passions, 9615 D East County Line Road in Englewood, has an answer for you: its annual What Women Want...Men's Night, taking place tonight.
Don't be scared: There will be pizza and drinks there as you browse the wares and get some extra assistance from the staff as to just what would be the perfect piece of satin and lace for your sweetie. And every attendee will also have the chance to win his lady a $250 shopping spree for Valentine's Day. We told you: Win/win.
For information, call 303-346-8540 or visit the Pampered Passions website.
For more ways to rock the night and kill the day, go to westword.com/calendar.
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