For it’s second year, The Style Coach attended the Greater Moncton Women’s Progress Club’s girls night out. I just love this event! I get to dress up and mingle with amazing women while giving to a great cause. The night began with greeting local business vendors from Norwex, Thirty One to MY Beauty Photography. There was plenty to choose from for the everyday gal. The entertainment made it a night to remember; a dance show by Dance East followed by a night of dancing of our own, under the Cocoa Room’s dimmed chandeliers and outstanding décor. Oh, and did I mention the late night candy bar and poutine station?
Besides the Cadbury chocolate mini eggs, my favourite part of the night was admiring the different outfits that were so carefully selected for this special evening. I particularly enjoyed my clients’ visits to my booth asking for my approval on their latest purchase. They definitely made me proud. Good job ladies!
As some were dressed to the nines and others decided on a more business casual look, I on the other hand chose an outfit with a little edge and a splash of fun. Being a Clear Spring, the shades in this three quarter sleeve faux-wrap print dress is a perfect fit to my fair complexion, dark hair and blue eyes. The plunging neckline flatters my hourglass shape and adding a fuchsia lip brought all attention to the upper body. Black pumps, a gold clutch and dramatic jewellery made this entire look a hit.
No one appreciates style and fashion like your girlfriends. If you’ve been wanting to try something new, girls night is the perfect occasion to do so. Next time you’re out with the ladies, wow them with this new creation; a basic neutral, a print, a pop of color and a large handbag to carry all the compliments that are sure to come your way.
Until we style again ~ The Style Coach
Thanks to Annie Grondin-Makeup Artist for sharing her talent!
Photos by my girl Chera Yorke from MY Beauty Photography.
Dress by Hazel: Macy's
Necklace: Melanie Lyne
Clutch: Maison Decor
Nine West Shoes: The Bay