Dallas Look NIGHT FANCY

’TIS THE SEASON FOR BLACK-TIE EVENINGS. THE DRESS CODE? ALL-OUT GLAMOUR.

This is the yew to go all out-dramatic gowns that flow all the way 10 the Boor. For skirts. bigger is better and pair them with tiny cashmere sweaters that have just enough band-beading to be magie. Sleeveless and sleek is classic and hints at a futuristic touch. Iridescent fabrics arc beautiful alone; couple them with tulle to create a dramatic finish. Shoes boost even simple formais to the highest style with the highest heels and the snappiest looks. Sequins are a no no- even for pageant girls, bin velvets, animal prints, and the prettiest handbeading are the fabrics of choice, adding the perfect tin-ishing touch 10 the ultimate fantasy dress.

Just a quick reminder: Pantyhose are still out unless it is too cold to go bare.

Candy Frisbie/Kim Dawson Kathy Dixon-Page Parkes

Fashion is not just about clothes-it’s about how you move in them. Movement is what makes a model good. Kathy and Candy both know that if people al a photo shoot don’t give it their all. the picture isn’t going to be a show stopper. “It’s part of a process I’ve learned from all mv jobs.”Kathvsays.

Candy credits her movement to ballet. She was 5’10″ by the time she was 14, so she would slouch to look shorter. Her mother sent her to Foley’s teen board where Candy discovered her height was an asset and from there it didn’t take long for national agencies to discover her.

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