It happened again. You went out for a good time, a few laughs, and here it is, the morning after - complete with a hangover and a wallet lighter by $100. Welcome to the suburban sales party. “I’ve been to two jewelry parties, a candle party, a Pampered Chef party and a purse party in the past year,” said Beth Sylvester, 29, of Winthrop. “And I’ve spent at least $50 at each. And I hate these parties. Really, I do.” But Sylvester goes, just like the rest of us. The latest on the scene is Silpada Designs, a laid-back jewelry party where sterling silver baubles sell faster than a wedding gown at Filene’s Basement. But the at-home shopping party has a long history.
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