Coming up on Thursday night, it's the first ever Ladies Night Out in downtown Point Pleasant Beach, with your chance to join me as a VIP, but of course the big question is always "What should I wear?"

So I'm letting you decide!

Lola's Boutique on Bay Ave. in Point Beach is dressing me for the night, so I stopped in last week to pick an outfit. Marla Belikoff, owner at Lola's, and her daughter Morgan always make me feel like a rock star when I come in...especially because they know I have NO eye for fashion.

They are insanely nice and so much fun, and more importantly, they love to help people put outfits together. (They told me they'll even come to your house to show you how to make new pieces work with the clothes you already own! Clutch.)

First things first: which outfit should I wear? I loved the jeans, but the rest is up to you!

Lola's outfits
Should I go with the tie-dye top and skinny jeans with wedges or the floral kimono top with skinnies and wedges? (Laurie Cataldo)
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Don't forget: If you stop by the Point table in front of Stella e Luna at the corner of Arnold and Bay Aves. this Thursday, July 16 from 4-5:30 p.m., you (and a friend!) can enter to win the VIP upgrade! At 5:45, I'll text 5 winners to join me with their guest at a special location.

You'll get a goodie bag full of swag from participating businesses, then you'll jump the line for a fabulously relaxing mini-chair massage courtesy of Jersey Shore Wellness Center! Then we'll head to Lola's and some of the other downtown shops to do some shopping, before ending the night at 709 for some cocktails and light bites!

I love Girls Night Out events, and this one is sure to be a blast.

Even if you don't win the VIP upgrade, you can still enjoy a free chair massage, enter to win prizes from the Point Crew, AND visit the participating businesses that will be staying open late with great sales, raffles, light refreshments, and prizes!

It's a rain or shine event, so grab your girls and head to downtown Point Beach this Thursday from 4-8 p.m.!