The show started with models strutting the runway with Parisian shoes from their Elements collection. Here are few interesting pieces from each element:
Parisan "Air" from the Elements Collection
Parisan "Water" from the Elements Collection
Parisan "Earth" from the Elements Collection
Parisan "Fire" from the Elements Collection
If only I could wear heels. My lifestyle is dominantly casual and I seldom attend events where I could wear such interesting shoes.
View more of the Parisian Elements collection by visiting the Parisian Facebook Page or follow @ParisianShoes on Twitter.
The succeeding segments were equally exciting. Let me drown you with more photos that I took during the show. These are some of the outfits that I personally connected to:
Simple and classy. I find this a very flattering dress if you have the right curves.
And notice the subtle collar to add twist to the dress.
Lovely play of colors and the detail on the slacks is appealing.
I don't really have a yellow ensemble and this made this look personally attractive to me.
Pleaded and flowing dress is just lovely.
This cover-up looks sexy.
Another cover-up that can double as a dress when you're attending a pool or beach party.
The show lasted for approximately 2 hours and I can see everyone nodding whenever they see an interesting piece or outfit. It was definitely a refreshing experience because I also found myself nodding to ensembles that I personally wanted to include into my closet.
Here's a few more pictures:
This colorful maxi dress looks really comfortable.
Jumpsuits are making a comeback! I love this one.
Black and white will always be a classic. This particular design will make you look taller.
Love the color and the texture of this dress. Comfortable and chic.
Overall, I thought the collection was vibrant and it seems that more women are open to non-traditional colors.
If you're interested in any of these pieces, you can find them at any SM Department Stores nationwide at the ladies' section.
Special thanks to Ina Silva of Noey Nail Room and Rachel Silva of SM Ladies Fashion Department for the invitation and tickets.