Friday, November 02, 2007

Fashion at the Park Dallas 2007

Those of you who have never visited Dallas may not know this, but surprisingly, Dallas is quite the fashion epicenter of the South. As the home of Neiman Marcus (as well as JC Penney), the city's style and fashion savoir faire continue to amaze me. Yesterday started Fashion at the Park, which is Dallas’ version of Fashion Week. I have been covering the event for The Dallas Morning News’ Fashion Buzz blog and it has been amazing! Last night I was able to cover the Oscar de la Renta and Billy Reid shows.

Oscar de la Renta
Oscar’s show was ultra feminine, with a lot of resort and safari influences. Some of the trends I saw were lots of wide leg pants, ruffled skirts/dresses, and more pocketed dresses. What one item should you invest in for the spring? This belt was THE accessory of the show. It was seen with everything from formal dresses to career wear to blouses. Find a knock-off and wear it freely!
Tonight I will be attending both Diesel and bebe shows. Tomorrow I will attend shows for Dillard's and Macy's. For continued coverage of the blog, check out the Shopping Buzz Blog.


katiey424 said...

how fun! I wish I could have attended! I love that we have a "fashionable event" like this here in Dallas!

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