Saturday, September 26, 2009

The Art of Mixing Vintage and New for A Fashion Forward Unique Look

Nicole Fields of Fields 4 Dreams Boutique sponsoring a fashion show for the Good Ole Girls networking group with proceeds going to a Susan G Koman breast cancer charity last week. Nicole was the mastermind behind having me, Fabulous Finds & Co., move 100 plus retro/vintage pieces into her upscale boutique in San Clemente last week. This gold gown was sold the first day. It looks like it was made for our model, Ashley.

Here's a show stopper 1980's number with a custom vintage bag and Nicole's
trendy accessories to update the look.

A white snakeskin type 90's cocktail dress from my collection on a local
dancer and friend, Jenee. Jenee Rubinstein, A.K.A. JR, runs a Solid Hip Hop dance studio in San Clemente. She looked smashing in this dress and everything she wore.


Nicole Fields, the owner of the boutique, is the hottie in the vintage gold dress that was the announcer for the fashion show. Jenee twirling in an adorable new chambray dress from Fields 4 Dreams.



Cute and it looks so comfortable



Ashley, a FIDM fashion design student, in a new Fields 4 Dreams dress, accessories and denim jacket. These are actually Ashley's cowboy boots, but we have a half dozen boots available in the boutique right now. More to come...



Jenee in a new classy outfit with a black layered type pencil skirt, black and white striped top and matching jacket. This outfit is selling fast since it's perfect for the office or date night.

Ashley sporting a hot vintage faux fur vest from my collection
in a sassy gold dress from Fields 4 Dreams



Ashley working that back


80's Versace little black dress and 80's faux cropped fur gold jacket



80's Cache art deco inspired cocktail dress with updated accessories



70's hot little romper with an updated belt


80's Cache bright yellow dress with rhinestone accents and new accessories


My family and friends showing their support. Lisa from LUXE, wearing the cute red blouse, has a must see home design store on Avenida Del Mar in downtown San Clemente. Love you gals!



The "dreamers" closing the show in hot little sequin shorts, cute hoody and dreamer t-shirts



This was actually my first fashion show and it was a huge success raising $1,200 for breast cancer walkers. Thanks to Nicole, last week I moved into her boutique, attended a special boutiquing .com event and this fun fashion show. Our next fashion show is on October 10th at San Clemente High School with the Cross Country Team. I'm bringing a sales book and cash this time, since they wanted to buy the outfits right off the models backs. We will also be sponsoring a special evening November 5th at the Fields 4 Dreams Boutique for a Dana Point group of gals for the Susan G. Koman breast cancer for a cure walk.


Nicole has been so kind to add my company information to her new Ad above coming out in our local DISH magazine. Nicole is the "model" for the ad. She is a sales and marketing dynamo with 20 years of retail and merchandising experience. Our partnership has already been amazingly successful. I am so grateful. And, doing what I love and have always had a passion for.



If you are ever in southern Orange County, please stop on by. The boutique is right off the 5 freeway at the Palizada (from the North) or Presidio (from the South) exits and one block away from the upscale downtown shopping area. The pier is only a mile away, so drop the kids off at the beach, the men at one our local restaurants/bars and come shop with us.




Fields 4 Dreams Boutique
"Where your dreams come true"




15 comments:

Lemondrop Marie said...

Fabulous finds for sure- that little pink dress is precious, and the first gold dress looks so great on her she should have scooped it for herself. I want to see more of that great faux fur vest!

Keith said...

Hey there. I really enjoyed your post. I hope you've had a fantastic weekend. Take care. Have a wonderful week ahead. Cheers!

Couture Carrie said...

So gorgeous! Especially loving that black and white striped tube top!

xoxox,
CC

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh wow looks like you gals had so much fun. The first dress is a show stopper! Love it.
xoxo

DolceDreams said...

Wow, good for you! Looks like a great time (and alot of work!) Vintage is the best, isn't it fun...
Have a great day,
Nathalie

Kristin said...

Congrats lady. I'm so happy for you. That art deco dress is amazing!!

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You look glamorous and dazzling on those outfits you tried on.

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You look dashing as ever!

vicki archer said...

Congrats... a great job for such a wonderful cause, xv.

Secretia Teller said...

That proves that the past and today can co-exist, all those outfits were lovely!

Secretia

Jen said...

I love the first black dress! Swoon!

-Jen
www.hautewhimsy.com

Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

What fabulous dresses, I love the first one! Such a very good cause too, well done!
Isabelle x

T. said...

I was actually kinda shocked to see you had a new post since there is so much going on with fashion weeks abounding, I figured you must be lacking sleep and reading the news like mad lol!
T.

Michael St. James said...

Love the faux fur vest and I can't belive you raised all that $$$ for charity in one night! Thanks for sharing. Awesome blog!

sinnlighet said...

oh my..... like like like your pic's and nice ladys!

Agneta