Years ago, Spanx founder Sara Blakely was getting ready for a party when she realized she didn’t have the right undergarment to provide a blemish-free look under white pants. Armed with scissors, she cut the feet off her control top pantyhose and the Spanx revolution began.
While people may think that charity and fashion don’t always mix, the Charity Fashion Show, hosted on the Woodbridge campus on April 6, shows that clothes and a charitable cause can work together for a successful conclusion.
You know the old line your parents used to give you, the “If everyone jumped off a bridge, would you jump too?” Well, believe it or not, this should apply to fashion trends as well as major life decisions.
When people think about the 1920s, they may think of the Great Depression and the parallels to our current recession, but another big component of this time period were the parties, glamour and styles that the flappers wore. This spring, take your style cues from the women of the 1920s with a drop waist dress, glitter and fringe that can spice up any party outfit.