March 18, 2010

Rip the Runway....sort of

I'm going to nix the bucket list for this post. Tonight I went to my daughter's high school's fashion show. I had a lot of fun. It was waaaay better than the one they had last year; but still room for improvements. The show started off with a scene called the Berkmar Video Music Awards. Each model ripped the runway showing all of the stylish formal dresses for special events - like prom.

Then there were a couple of performances from the school's dance team, and some of the school's upper class performers (singers). Very nice...

The next scene had to do with Alice Trapped in Wonderland. All of the dresses in this scene were designed by a senior named Brittani Bumb...every outfit. I thought she did a pretty good job on all of the dresses. Here are just some of the ones I could catch on camera:


Here is the dress she designed for my daughter - kind of hard to see but the dress was made of glass


The last scene was a tribute to Michael Jackson. It was pretty cool as the high school's dance class did the dance moves from the Thriller video. After the dance - more fashion was on the way.

Overall it was pretty fun. I just had to remember that it was a high school event. But everyone did a great job.

And this is what I wore to the event:


Delia's T-shirt; JCPenney's sweater; NY&Co cropped pants & belt; again another necklace I created with thanks to Love Maegan

Here's my daughter after the show (white high waist pants) - on stage, and, outside of the school as we were on our way to the car...headed for home




Well, that's all I have...tomorrow is my daughter's birthday so I may be M.I.A.

But I hope everyone have a happy Friday!

4 comments:

  1. You and your daughter both looked beautiful!! :-)

    Have a great weekend!

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  2. What an incredible night! Your daughter looked beautiful in her glass dress. That is one dress you don't want to fall down in!

    And you looked incredibly chic, mama! I love that sweater!! That is one of my favorite styles...they feel good AND look good. Not always the case, if you know what I mean!

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  3. Like gorgeous mother, like gorgeous daughter!

    Happy birthday to your baby!

    I'm also looking for an oversized vest sweater like yours. I think your whole outfit was glammed by it. Assymetry is always eyecatching!

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  4. Thanks so much for the comments...it means a lot that you actually do take the time out to type a comment...thanks!

    Also that was the 1st time I've worn that sweater. I've had it for about 3 months now...I just couldn't figure out how or what to wear it with.

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