Eat Up Columbus: Inspired Looks

We are so excited to bring back another year of inspired looks for Freedom a la Cart’s upcoming event, Eat Up Columbus!

This event will take place on July 27th, 2024, at the Columbus Museum of Art!

A night of celebrating community, partnership, and collaboration while supporting Freedom a la Cart’s vital mission of empowering survivors of human trafficking toward self-sufficiency.

This uplifting evening will feature survivor stories, art and literary pieces, live local music, and delicious cuisine. Also, don’t forget the incredible silent and live auctions, with ALL funds raised directly contributing to Freedom’s workforce development program and supportive services for survivors.

The night is dedicated to honoring the remarkable survivors and thrivers served by Freedom a la Cart while also highlighting the collaborative support within our community.

Join Freedom as they come together to work towards positive change in our community.

Purchase your tickets here


Our stylists have curated looks specifically for this event!

The dress code for Eat Up Columbus is blue to show solidarity with human trafficking survivors and thrivers.


Christine’s look is sourced from Saks. This chic Veronica Beard dress is the perfect weight for a summer event. Scrunch the sleeves and add your favorite white or cream accessories to complete the look!

VEST (similar) | PANT | CLUTCH | HEEL

Whitney’s look is sourced from Rowe Boutique located in Short North. The vest trend is still very relevant and so fun to style. We love the juxtaposition of the vest with the silk trouser to keep the look elevated and modern.


Britt’s look is sourced from Thread Boutique Grandview. A lightweight linen shirt is always a good idea for summer. It pairs perfectly with the fringe skirt and a small mesh or woven heel for added texture.

DRESS | CLUTCH (similar) | HEEL

Candace’s look is sourced from Truluck Boutique located in New Albany. If you love an easy dress, this look is for you. The small slit on this gorgeous navy dress allows beautiful movement as you walk.


Ben’s look is sourced from Samson Men’s Emporium, located in Short North. Don’t worry, guys—we didn’t forget about you! This event is the perfect reason to pull out your sport coat and a great knit polo for that elevated but not overdone look.



Need help dressing for your summer events? Contact us to work with a stylist!

Keep Making Every Day a Runway!

Elizabeth Bean Smith

Elizabeth is the Founder & Co-Owner of Wardrobe Therapy. She founded the company in 2006 for individuals seeking help with their personal style and image.

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