10.11.2012

Makeover - Columbia Home October/November Issue

 
The second makeover issue collaboration for Columbia Home Magazine has just come out and we're so happy to help introduce color into yet another working woman's life!  The October/November Issue features Mary Ropp, a Development Officer at the Bank of Missouri , who has a spunky personality but tends to dress more conservatively because she must dress for day and night all in one outfit.  

Mary has a hectic schedule where she works up to 75 hours a week and must be able to transition from the work atmosphere to evening events.  Nickie and Erin were able to introduce suitable and colorful work pieces that could easily transition for evening events.  When Mary first arrived, she was very talkative about pieces that she would never pick out for herself.  In the end, Mary looked absolutely stunning in a colorful pencil skirt that she would never have been caught in before!  Mary's wardrobe barriers were broken down by Nickie and Erin, who found subtle pieces that showed off Mary's body and brought out her personality.

The top left picture on the first page, features Mary and Erin talking about the Free People Medallion Slip Dress (coming soon in other colors).  To the right is Nickie laughing with Mary while showing her a few accessories.  On the next page, Mary is featured in the BB Dakota Burnout Tank, the BB Dakota Obi Cardigan in Orange and Mother Denim.  On the far right, Mary is styled in the Aaron Ashe Midtown Tank paired with the Greylin Viv Ponti Pencil Skirt.  Accessories for this outfit include a La Mer Wrap Watch, a Remi & Reid Belt and a Turquoise Dara Ettinger Cigar Ring.

For more styling tips and the full story please pick up a copy of Columbia Home today!  If you have any nominees for the next issue’s makeover story please e-mail pictures and names to haley@swankboutiqueonline.com
 

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