With fall comes Fashion Week and although we were not in the Big Apple for the big Spring 2013 reveal, we celebrated right here in Dallas with:
- Edgar Gomez–The Room on Main was transformed into a fashion show fit for a queen! With lights, cameras and designs to die for, Edgar Gomez did not disapppoint! Expect to see big things from this up and coming local designer!
- FNO at Tootsies
TOOTSIES and FNO Host Bloggers: 2012 Tootsies Top Blogger, Jen Smith of Blank White Frames, Courtney Edwards of Where Wear in the City & Genniva Bruce of Somewear To Be hosted Fashion’s Night Out on Thursday September 6th from 6-9pm.
FNO Guests enjoyed jewelry by Virgins Saints and Angels, designs by Cabe with personal appearance by Designer Kathy Rego, Micro boutiques curated by our blogger hosts, Photomadic Photo Booth, Best Dressed Guest Contest, Color Consultation by Clishade Custom Cosmetics, Updos by Premier Atelier Salon, Tunes by DJ Esquire, Treats by Rockstar Bakeshop, Skinny Margaritas by Z Tequila, Swag Bags, Giveaways & more.
Checkout my Football Watching Themed Microboutique…..
- Ending the Night at Highland Park Village
With most of my night spent at Tootsies, I did snap some quick pics of the FNO Highland Park Village Show….
- Fashion Week De Stresser-with events to plan and soirees to attend, this week took a complete toll on my feet! So this past weekend I created my own foot remedy compliments of Erika Katz, beauty expert and author of Bonding over Beauty, DIY Strawberry Peppermint Foot Scrub. Follow the steps below and you will have soothing feet in no time!
Strawberry Peppermint Foot Scrub
- 2 cups pureed strawberries
- 1 tablespoon of olive oil
- 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
- 2 tablespoons of granulated white sugar
- 4 drops peppermint essential oil
Mix all the ingredients well and put into a pretty jar. It’s great to use strawberries in this recipe because they are rich in salicylic acid which helps dead skin shed more easily. The sugar granules also help to exfoliate skin but are super gentle on delicate skin. You can also keep this recipe in the fridge for up to one week.
To use your scrub, simply rub your feet gently in a circular motion, rinse with warm water, and enjoy the results!
Where Wear will we be next….
Traveling for the next few weeks,