Get Dressed For Steeplechase at Anthropologie
If the typical places that are hell bent on pushing pink and green as stylish colors just aren't your cup of tea, head to Anthropologie to check out their dresses and outfits for Steeplechase or any of your derby-going needs.
The fashion show at Anthropologie in Green Hills, Nashville, is from 6 - 8 p.m. on Thursday 4/19, with real people modeling outfits put together by the stylish folks who work in the store. I got a sneak peek at what they'll be showcasing and had to refrain from buying multiple dresses. And the hats, oh the hats! You'll be making a statement without looking ridiculous and these are hats you'll want to keep wearing through the rest of the year.
Anthropologie's not one for outlandish clothes but they do have a distinct style that, believe it or not, suits every body and every age. Their stylists will help you pick out something that's right for you and show you various ways to wear it and how to pair it with either what you have or other items to really elevate the look. This Steeplechase Fashion Show is a great opportunity for you to see their clothes on people who aren't models so you get a good idea of what could work for you and what won't.
The show is free to attend, it's not too late to RSVP and if you're in the neighborhood there's no reason why you can't stop by to take a look! The Painted Cupcake will be providing sweet treats, nosh on good food from CRAVE Catering and sip on some refreshments while you chat with the "models" and Anthropologie's stylists!
What: Steeplechase Fashion Show
Where: Anthropologie, 4031 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville 37215
When: Thursday April 19th, 6 - 8pm
See you there!
Tabitha is a social media and marketing consultant to small businesses in Nashville. She is also a lifestyle blogger and you can find more of her posts at her personal blog, Life à la Mode. The opinions and views expressed on Her à la Mode are not necessarily those of Southcomm and its affiliates.
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