Super excited to share this weeks TST with you all, as my friends over in Arizona were invited to attend this years Phoenix Fashion Week, and are here to share their adventures with you!
Last weekend, we received the incredible opportunity to attend one of the greatest fashion shows in Arizona: Phoenix Fashion Week. Designers from all over the nation (mainly local) come together for a glorious three days and present their showcases. Ileana and I were able to attend for free with “Blogger” media passes and watch the fashion show that way – such a dream come true! We went as one of the guests for one of the designers that night and feel so blessed.
There were so many amazing looks that I can’t talk about all of them, but here are a few favorites!
First up on the runaway was Adoire by Saba and the designs were absolutely gorgeous! I loved the flowy factor of the collection and the colors were incredible. I love the light ombre effect in the first dress and fell in love with the first collection of Phoenix Fashion Week. The colors and detailing of each dress was perfect and precise. Unfortunately, I did not get to snap many pictures as we were standing towards the back; however, I found these photos on one of my favorite blogs, “Couture in the Suburbs”!
The second collection of the night was Hues of Ego and it was Tilly’s favorite set of the night. The clothes were stunning and eye-catching. Lilly’s favorite look of the night was a stunning outfit that had a peplum inspired bottom as well as bold colors.
This was one of my favorite looks of the night due to the simplicity, the way it was styled and the color of the dress. I loved this collection so much and I feel like I would definitely wear this dress if I could pull it off.
The pieces in this set were absolutely astonishing and gorgeous.
The next runway show was that of the amazing Jacqueline Nicole. Her creations were spot on and it was cute, chic and casual wear. There were multiple looks in her set that I would wear on a regular occasion.
The next set was Lillienne Lang. Her designs were more business based and the colors were neutral. These styles were extremely professional and well put together. While it wasn’t exactly our thing, it fit well with the show and the outfits were fantastic!
Thanks again to my friends over at Tillystyle for sharing their Phoenix Fashion Week experience with us. Stop over at their page (Here) to read more about their adventure!
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Check back next week where I will be reviewing some of the (many) fashion apps/pages that I use. I can't wait to share my pros and cons of each so you can decide what may be the best place for YOU to showcase your own styles! I will also have some exciting fashion news to reveal, so don't miss out!
Thanks for all the support from readers (and many turned-friends) from near and far! Love ya guys