Bridge House/Grace House Fashion Show

Bridge House / Grace House, a non-profit substance abuse treatment facility hosted its “5th Annual Recycled Fashion Show”, which was back by popular demand & I was so happy to be a part of such a memorable night. The festive event featured local designers who created fashions from Bridge House / Grace House Thrift Store purchases and transform them into haute couture, or ready-to-wear. These high fashion designs were auctioned off during the evening. Proceeds from the fundraising event are used to support the organization’s substance abuse treatment program.

I was so grateful for my model who was eager to wear my designs at such a last minute.

Check out how I STYLED her in majority thrift store purchases 😉

She’s wearing a vintage black and silver midi sequin dress with broad shoulders and a sexy back out. I completed her look with a sequin silver clutch and open toe strap around the ankle high heels.



For her second look, she wore a yellow vintage blazer with broad shoulders and gold button details I paired her look with a lime green statement necklace to match the classic peplum pencil skirt. She’s also wearing a multi-color chiffon vintage blouse and sexy cobalt blue booties to match her statement clutch.

Her skirt is last season from Classy Closet.

bridge house fashion show

Before heading to the runway, we decided to pair her vintage sequin dress with a pair of red mary jane’s to make a statement!


After the fashion show hanging out with the emcee’s Jennifer Hale & Chet Pourciau.


My midi denim pencil skirt is available in Classy Closet.

How did you like her style? For her first look, I wanted to go for more of a Couture classy style and the second look was more of a ready to wear fresh of the runway style. I found the majority of the entire wardrobe from the thrift store. Goes to show you, you can look fab without breaking the bank. Believe me, you’ll look great with anything with confidence and a smile.

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