You may have seen our sneak peek of the candidates for this year’s 10 Most Beautiful Women a couple of weeks ago on StyleSheet, but now is the time for action. Voting kicks off today! Click here to let your choice be known.
We received more than 400 nominations for this year’s contest, and after much consideration and debate, we’ve narrowed the semifinalists to 20. Now, we need you to choose Dallas’ 10 Most Beautiful!
Here’s how it works: Throughout the voting period, you can vote once a day, every day. We’ll introduce you to five lovely ladies each week for four weeks. The 12 top vote-getters will advance to finals week, which will determine who will appear in the December 2015 issue of D Magazine.
To kick off the first week of voting, we have five ladies ranging in talent and charm.
Former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Sydney Durso brings a distinct energy to every project she tackles – whether on the sidelines or a movie set. The 25 year old, who will join the Dallas Mavericks as a Mavs Dancer next season, also runs her own sports-inspired clothing line, Live Love Gameday.
Amy Jackson, known to her thousands of social media followers as “Fashion Jackson,” turned her personal interest into a successful, sought-after blog. Jackson, a California native and TCU alum, works as an international sourcing manager for JCPenney.
Ashley Mitchell’s love for Dallas runs deep. Just meet her rescue dog, Dez Bryant. Mitchell spends her days as a visual merchandiser for Neiman Marcus and manages a fashion blog in her spare time.
From reality television regular to boutique owner, Brazilian-born, Dallas-raised Thais Moses has always had an adventurous spirit. Despite being comfortable in front of the camera, Moses found her calling in styling for powerhouses such as Stanley Korshak.
Working as a criminal defense attorney in the juvenile system, Yodit Tewolde approaches every aspect of life with focus and purpose. When Tewolde isn’t discussing high-profile criminal cases (such as the Bill Cosby scandal) on television, she’s speaking to young students about their Constitutional rights in a program she established called “The Conversation.”
After you vote, check out photos of past winners on our 10 Most Beautiful page.