Tuesday, October 17, 2017

KC Fashion Week: Thursday Night

Hello! I'm back today with more Kansas City Fashion Week coverage--today I'll be covering Thursday night's runway show. But first, check out what I wore! 

I actually bought this dress for Christmas last year, but its perfect fall color and trendy wrap-dress silhouette made it perfect for Fashion Week as well! I styled it with ankle strap heels in the same color as the dress and white accessories. 



{photo credit: Anita of Uneedasee}

Dress: Target (similarsimilarsimilar)
Heels: Clothes Mentor (similarsimilarsimilar)
Necklace: Target (similarsimilarsimilar)
Clutch: Forever XXI (similarsimilarsimilar)

Cissner/Zuverza: 

More than anything, this collection made me want to hit the beach. It was light, bright, and breezy--the way summer fashion should be!

    
    
    

Dous:

Admittedly, I don't know nearly as much about men's fashion as I do about women's. But I do know that this collection was super cool--lots of pockets, longline jackets, and laidback outerwear!

    
    
    
  

Kendra J Bridal:

Kendra J's bridal collection reminded me of a fairytale. I loved the feminine silhouettes, the flowy fabrics, and the glitzy details.

    
    
    

Miranda Hanson Designs:

This collection had some of the most STUNNING dresses. The lavender dress at the end was another breathtaking moment for me--the lavender color and the way the ruffles fall just made for the most gorgeous gown.

    
    
    
    

Naava Swim:

Every spring/summer fashion show needs a great swim collection, and this was it! I loved that the swimwear was shown on people of all body types, not just in sample sizes!

    
    
    

Rebekah Lux: 

I really enjoyed the use of color in this collection. The designer used traditionally fall colors--deep purple, emerald green, mustard, etc--in spring silhouettes and fabrics to bring those autumn tones into the spring season!

    
    
    


Syke Brand:

This was a cool, edgy collection, but what I think is even cooler is that the designer dedicated their line to bringing awareness to victims of human trafficking (which is a theme you can see in the collection.)

    
    
  


Travis Cal:

It's not often I see designers at KCFW with an equal mix of men's and women's fashion, but it made me really appreciate Travis Cal's versatility! By the way--the ninth outfit (with the gown and the headpiece) was my favorite outfit of the night. Absolutely stunning!