You shadester, you.
What: Austin-based yarn artist Magda Sayeg debuts a capsule collection of one-of-a-kind sunnies ($130) wrapped with colorful wool thread in graphic patterns.
Why: Each pair sold sends $30 to OneSight, a charity that provides vision care and eyewear to those in need.
When: You want to knit-pick.
Where: Online at sunglasshut.com.
What: Before the new bridal business opens its Design District brick-and-mortar next spring, it’s hosting a presentation of Rosa Clará gowns fresh off the runway.
Why: Free cocktails and a trend report from the 2012 collections.
When: Fri., 6-8 p.m.
Where: L’acqua Spa Lounge, 8060 Park Ln. (214-365-8060).
Holidays for the Hounds
What: Get a head start on Puppy’s holiday card with a portrait by professional shutterbug John Hudson for just ten bucks.
Why: All proceeds support Greyhound Adoption League of Texas.
When: Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m. (Also Nov. 19 & 20.)
Where: Town Hall Square Shopping Center, 5302 Belt Line Rd., Addison.
Project Warm Us
What: Drop off a new or gently used coat or blanket to support the charity that distributes the warm fuzzies to homeless locals on Thanksgiving Day.
Why: For every donation, get 10 percent off dry cleaning at Grass Roots Eco Cleaners + Market.
When: Thru Nov. 24. Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat., 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: 5999 Custer Rd., ste. 105, Frisco (214-618-3682). Other drop-off locations online at projectwarm.us.
What: Kick your closet into gear with the full-service style and wardrobe consulting company owned by a Kim Dawson model. She does wardrobe organization, personal shopping, and even vacation-packing expertise.
Why: Take advantage of gift cards and discounted package deals for the holidays.
When: Your style is hanging by a thread.
Where: Online at fashionomics.net.
Photo: Courtesy of Guerilla Suit