Top Trends: The Spring Style Soiree Showcased Fashion For A Cause
Last night it was all about fashion and the cause at the Spring Style Soiree to benefit Siteman Cancer Center. The Saint Louis Fashion Week team and stylist Sarah Stallmann worked with eight retailers on the event, showcasing the season’s top trends right off the rack. Here is a roundup of a few things that have made it right onto our shopping lists:
Photos by Mark Schwigen for ALIVE Magazine.
White House|BlackMarket: Starting off with a bang, the Soiree began with a cancer survivor walk, starring nine amazing women who are success stories thanks to the care of Siteman Cancer Center. The ladies strutted their stuff in black and white ensembles with pops of florals and mint.
Nordstrom: Always at the top of the trend, Nordstrom delivered a selection of trends for men and women that included embellished spring jackets, midi skirts and ’70s-inspired button-ups for men.
Limited: Stepping out of the businesswear box, the selections from Limited included chic pencil skirts, jumpsuits and day-to-night looks that were made for happy hour.
Macy’s: Sport and play met at Macy’s, where pops of color and cool combos made the cut.
Gap: The tomboy is back at Gap, where plaids seamlessly mixed with seersucker and the boyfriend jeans fit like a glove.
Altar’d State: Get your festival on with boho-looks that included summer brights and fringe galore.
Ann Taylor: A youthful take on the classics brought out all the top trends from pajama dressing and chambray to mesh and tweed.
Banana Republic: Uptown-inspired collegiate styling and upgraded basics bring a refined yet stylish approach to the new season.