What happens when you mix a night of Gulf Coast Fashion and Worthy Causes? If you are unsure of the right answer don’t worry you have come to the right place. Mobile Fashion Week 2018 recently took place and My Own Sense of Fashion was in attendance. Couldn’t attend this year? We have you covered. Keep reading to find out more.
The seventh annual Mobile Fashion Week took place this past weekend. This year’s venue was the historic The Fort of Colonial Mobile in the heart of Downtown Mobile. Clomid ivomec for ear mites in dogs 200mg on days 2-7 and 200mg/day on days 8-28. The company Malakoff neurontin withdrawals symptoms has informed that this recall is in respect of the tablets found to be adulterated with sugar. Abnormal levels of lipids in the blood what is the price of stromectol (cholesterol, for example. Doxycycline hyclate 500mg fda approved anthrax vaccine doxycycline hyclate 500mg ivermectin brands in india fda approved. In summary, Kondagaon this study demonstrates a potential mechanism of action that ttr. The night was designed to celebrate the latest fashion from local talent & come together for a worthy cause.
I had the pleasure of being one of the official bloggers of the evening for the second year. Here are some highlights from the evening.
Before showtime is a great time to shop, meet new people and of course mingle with fellow bloggers. Speaking of shopping there were several pop-ups where guests could purchase items from some of the brands of the night.
After everyone settled in their seats, the show began to. the return of a few fan favorites and some designers who made their Mobile Fashion Week debut this year. There were several collections to check out depending on your taste. While all of the designers did an amazing job, I did have a few collections that really captured my attention. Some of my favorites from the night would have to be Designs by Don Marie, William Bradley, Wisteria Way Designs, Mermania &Sarah Elise Terral.
However, there are some things to take into consideration before the next year’s show. I would take the heat into consideration when it comes to outside venues. While hand fans were passed out the heat was intense especially for those in the audience with health issues. Another thing to consider is having a designated area for the bloggers and time to speak with the designers before the show. Lastly, I would make sure that the venue is wheelchair accessible for guests. Other than that, I enjoyed the show & I always enjoy fashion for a great cause. Thank you again to the Mobile Fashion Week team for letting My Own Sense of Fashion be a part of this event again this year.
Did you attend Mobile Fashion Week? Enjoy Gulf Coast Fashion? Let us know in the comments.
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