You’ve been hearing a lot about the upcoming Seersucker Social on Tuesday night, and contrary to popular belief, you don't have to wear seersucker. Here are some ideas on what to don for the Southern occasion.
Smart, sophisticated, independent and fun! This season, spring fashion is going bold and beautiful, just like our modern muse. From floral bomber jackets and high-waisted pants, to bright, structured dresses and beautifully detailed suits, this spring we celebrate color and elegance.
Men, are your schedules filling up with galas, charitable functions and formal dinner parties this spring? Lucky for you, there are several men's stores in Little Rock offering some pretty dapper tuxes.
The 1920s, Art Deco feel of Hot Springs set the theme for Priscilla and Keith's wedding. The reception was held in the historic Arlington Hotel Crystal Ballroom and exuded elegance punctuated by soft flowers, candles, luxurious tablecloths and gorgeous gold chivari chairs.
The Old State House Museum hosted the second annual Seersucker Social, where guests enjoyed an evening of stylish seersucker, swing jazz and Southern libations. Sponsors included the 1836 Club, Centennial Bank, Colonial Wine & Spirits and The Independent.
Part of Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute’s Festival of Trees, the Festival of Fashion was sponsored by Little Rock Soirée and B98.5 and offered attendees champagne, hors d’oeuvres and a runway fashion show highlighting the hottest current fashion trends. CARTI Auxiliary member Kelly Rickard was honored as the event’s Fashion Icon, and fashion designer Korto Momolu and Angelica Rogers auctioned off a trip for two to New York City Fashion Week. Runway sponsors for the fashion show included B. Barnett, Beyond Cotton, E.Leigh’s, Faux Pas, The Independent, Proposals, Roberson’s, Scarlet, Tulips and Vesta’s.