Night two was a blast! Morgan and I strolled on our street for pre show pictures as per the usual, and we hit great lighting and warm weather! Charleston weather is all over the place right now but we keep catching some gorgeous days. Craving humidity, I can’t wait to see my hair in a few weeks time. Jokes over here, I am genuinely terrified. I am worried about my hair and the future of One Direction. I am assuming you heard the news? I am currently listening to some One Direction and my heart is temporarily wounded. Mildly juvenile but I do not care. I am missing Fashion Week and still recovering with loads of sleep! Okay so back to night 4, Morgan and I expensively ubered our way to Marion Square and arrived with enough time for a few more snaps. Morgan’s romper was quite popular! She found it at Willy Jay’s on King! The night was great and we were a big fan of the shows. My apologies for the weird timing of these posts, school has been in the way! It’s cool though, because I am in college so I might as well spend some time trying to graduate eventually.
The Ensemble: As a blonde, I think blush is always a promising option. I really like the color, especially for tops because it is a calm and flattering color for my complexion. I found this Rebecca Minkoff top at Finicky Filly on King Street. Finicky currently is rolling in delicate spring options. I also tried this one in white, and I was smitten with the structure! A few weeks back I found this killer skirt from Sam’s Closet on Wentworth. It is so easy and the layered look is on trend right now. THE SHOES! I am loving these babies. I am still breaking them in however, and I am covered in Hello Kitty bandaids. Fashion is pain. Shoes on King, is my favorite shoe spot. Truly. It really is. If you are down for quality shoes, I highly recommend it. These heels are Jeffrey Campbell and they are pretty ballin. Everyone has been loving them. Once again with a touch of the 70s feel and a modern twist. (I currently have not found them online, but I am working on it!) The clutch is really a wallet, and found at Aldo. I loved the colors and I was looking for something easy. My phone did fall out of it though and I had to get a new screen, so there’s that. Aside from that mishap I was happy with the way it looked but I don’t think I will use it to function as a clutch again. The look was completed with my Karen Walker sunnies and Theodosia jewels that I pulled for the night!
Gwynn’s of Mount Pleasant- luxe and bombshell models
Rock the Runway Model Competition– precious pretty faces and long legs
Emerging Designer: Workman Velasco by Daniel Velasco and Ryan Workman
Emerging Designer: Crespo by Casey Crespo
Emerging Designer: Whittington Design by Sydney Smith
Emerging Designer: Sara Ellis Clark by Sara Ellis Clark
Emerging Designer: Roy Blake Smith by Roy Blake Smith
Featured Designer: Todd Snyder New York
Toni of Sunflowers and Lace
Pictures: By roommate and I via my petite Canon