From Louisville charity events to the pageant circuit, Amelia Gandara - Miss Jefferson County's sense of style is one to keep on your radar.
It's possible to celebrate your country's colors this 4th of July without wearing a red, white, and blue flag t-shirt. Here's how!
Blue tea length skirt, dainty cream colored blouse, wedges tinged in butter cup yellow. I spotted this incredible ensemble from my seat outside of the Subway on Main Street. Not two minutes later, a lady in beautiful floral flock crossed the street. The dress had a black background infused with strategically positioned, brightly colored flowers.
Shopping for prom dresses is a very fun and exciting event until you show up at prom and are wearing the same dress as another girl. It is an unfortunate situation that is becoming less common these days with the rising popularity of vintage dresses. The cookie-cutter "traditional" appearance is fading out as more and more girls purchase one-of-a-kind dresses at vintage boutiques around the country.
Try to imagine a time before jorts and tank tops (difficult, I know.) Come check out the Bicentennial Style Show in New Albany this Saturday to see what great great gran and gramps wore out on the town for a hot date.
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