Friday, April 8, 2011

Styling Event

Hello Otto fans!

As Spring struggles to spring forth, we are looking at some of the trends of the season. This Saturday, stylist Dina Rudman will be at Otto from 1-5pm. She will demonstrate some of the trends for Spring 2011 especially when it comes to accessories. She will also have a mini-trunk show of her jewelry. Here is an overview of the event in her own words:

The event will begin with a 10-15 minute presentation on Spring 2011 trends: outfits will be pulled together from the store - merchandised on a rolling rack to give examples of how to style and accessorize together. “Trends” will be a combination of the “store trends” and what has been shown in Fashion Week/Fashion Magazines.

Special emphasis will be made on accessorizing being the biggest trend of the season. Bags, shoes, jewelry, belts and scarves will be arranged to show how to use them to spice up/dress up outfits, really keep the entire look on trend and current, while not breaking the wallet. Same outfit will be shown with different kinds of accessories to show the versatility of looks that accessorizing can provide.

Presentation will be followed by individualized 5-7 minute styling sessions. Clients will be advised on their color palette direction, undertone (relevant for jewelry), style personality and accessory needs. Outfits from the store will be pulled together, with accessories to complete the look.

A mini trunk show of the stylist's fashion jewelry line will be presented; items can be purchased at the trunk show. The stylist will explain how her jewelry is meant to bring attention to the wearer's best features, utilizing the ABC's of style (accentuate, balance, camouflage), while bringing spring colors into the wardrobe.

Beverages and snacks will be served. Each client will be introduced to Styling Services by Modnitsa Atelier at a Special Rate (*discussed at event).

Goodie bags provided by stylist with special offers from Modnitsa Atelier.

We hope to see you there!

Your Otto Blogger,

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