The show started off with a few ponchos that would make Ugly Betty proud. Very reminiscent of Latin America, where about 90% of the stores merchandise originates. Not surprising since Phillips also hails from Latin America.
The models were diverse in age and sizes, proving that her store could cater to both the young trendsetter and mature socialite. The styles themselves were also across the spectrum of classic and trendy. For example, the gold sequin blazer can add pop to a boring work outfit while keeping the classic career silhouette.
Phillips says it was her first show so it wasn't expected to run smoothly. There were a few disasters backstage that caused some hiccups in the flow but overall, I think it was a success. She sold the gold sequin blazer that very night!
I would've really liked to see this shirt on the right in the show. The picture does not show how awesome the puff sleeves look or that the cute chick is embroidered! And this is just one of the gems you can find in the color-coded racks of Ouch! Fashions. Prices range from $20 - $200 so come prepared with your credit card.
I got a skirt!
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Dallas, TX 75208
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