When prepping for this night’s look, I knew I wanted to incorporate the most iconic pattern in fashion. Yes, I AM talking about Mr. Thomas Burberry himself. I did so with a stretch cotton shirt in the new classic check and followed it with a more feminine touch by introducing a black tulle skirt; giving the overall ensemble an old school, “housewife” feel. It was also imperative to me to highlight my shirt’s red hues. I mean who doesn’t love a good rich red every now and again!? This was accomplished by coordinating my eyeglass frames, Typewriter handbag, and suede pumps. The new “Me & D” necklace was added at the last second, because, well, I’m just always looking for a reason to wear it ;) lol. Alright, let’s talk fashions from Night 2’s runway:
In my opinion, Lady Lane was the Belle of the Ball at Wednesday night’s show. Her designs were soft with right amount of color and had lines that kept you guessing with an overall ladylike effect. She also designed this one of a kind number for FWSD’s founder and director, Allison Andrews. How adorable is that dog print?!
Wednesday night was also extra special because it was FWSD’s 2nd Annual Haute Dog Runway Show featuring adoptable dogs from the Rancho Coastal Humane Society. Honestly, this crazy pup lady had a real difficult time not bringing home one of those faces. I’m sure Hazel, Killer, and Nella wouldn’t mind, right? I’m not sure about D though . . .