Thursday evening I had an opportunity to attend an Ethnic Inspired Runway show held at the Euphoria Taproom in Bear, DE. The show was presented by the owners of The Closet Boutique.
The Closet Boutique is owned by three women who share the common goal of offering every woman a royal experience while shopping.
They offer the latest make-up trends, hottest handbags, trendy costume jewelry and accessories, all in an elegant ambiance.
The lovely ladies at The Closet Boutique enjoy helping women look their best at all times. Whether they are going to work or heading out for a night out on the town, working closely with the ladies at The Closet Boutique will help them create a look to ensure a captivating result.
The Closet Boutique also hosts monthly events to inspire fun, fashion and fellowship. Thursday they hosted an Ethnic Inspired Runway Show that featured clothing with an ethnic attitude all created by Terry Evans of Fashions By Terry Evans.
Terry is a Clothing Designer, Seamstress, and Certified Wedding and Event Planner and her designs were the highlight of the evening.
Chantel Cunningham, owner of Attitude by Chantel offers personal shopping guidance, wardrobe consulting and she also hosts jewelry parties. If you would like to contact Chantel, she can be reached at ChantelsAttitude@Comcast.com.
Veronica Hodges is a fellow instructor for The Money School of Delaware as well as the owner of Make Me Over Veronica. She is also a Mary Kay representative who provided the make up for all the lovely models for the Runway Show.
Keesha, owner of Goodie Bagz by Keesha, had a large selection of handbags and accessories on display as well as a few lovely pieces featured on the Runway.
It was a very nice evening filled with fun, fashion and food as well as vendors representing TLC, Koffe Body Treats and Pure Romance.
The Closet Boutique’s Annual “Customer Appreciation Day” will be held Sunday, September 25th at 3:00 p.m. at 124 East Pulaski Highway in Elkton, MD.
Well, the summer is almost over and soon it will be time to put away the short sleeves and pull out the sweaters and blazers. But before the first leaf turns, and the autumn winds begin I have to get in the last of my summer work wear wardrobe worn.
For the rest of this short work week I will be featuring “What I Wore Last Week” outfits. These posts will be short on commentary but long on pictures so bear with me until next week when I will post articles with more subsistence!
Here we go….
You know that I will wear white before Memorial Day so I will definitely wear white after Labor Day and I love this thrifted white skirt from Goodwill because it has a unique silver embroidery pattern through out.
I chose to pair it with a fuchsia form fitting top and floral shoes from Payless and the pink and purple purse was purchased from Burlington Coat Factory. Hubby bought me this ankle bracelet over ten years ago, it used to be engraved with the boy’s name, but they have since worn away.
The other accessories include a multi-color bracelet and pink stone ring which I believe were also purchased from Burlington Coat Factory and the watch is Avon.
How do you feel about women over the age of 50 wearing ankle bracelets and toe rings?
Don’t forget to tune in next Sunday for my radio show, “Social Media Sunday with the Delaware Blogger” Click the picture for the link and I do hope that you will call in to support me and the program.
Have a wonderful Wednesday and I’ll see ya tomorrow in another outfit that I wore last week.