Wynwood Life Festival & Fashion Shows

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Wynwood Life Festival & Fashion Shows

This weekend was a whirlwind for me, but it was all worth it! I started the weekend on Friday night with a blogger fashion show at the new Wynwood Life Festival. The Wynwood Life festival featured several Miami style bloggers in a fashion show on Friday night hosted by Kelly Saks. Several Miami Fashion Bloggers walked the runway wearing clothing and jewelry from local designers. I was lucky enough to work with and wear a dress from Luxe Isle and jewelry from Bungalow Wilde. My sister Bobbie, frequent model for April GoLightly, wore jewelry from Bungalow Wilde and vintage pieces and custom design t-shirt from Penny’s Dreamology.


Outfit Details:  Dress:c/o Luxe Isle; Earrings: Bungalow Wilde; Shoes: c/o DVF; Sawgrass Mills (last worn here); Hair and Makeup done by April of April Golightly 🙂 Photos c/o Julia Rose


Bobbie Outfit Details: Skirt, Shirt, & Jacket:  Penny’s Dreamology; Headpiece & Necklace: Bungalow Wilde; Shoes: Target; Photos c/o Julia Rose


Outfit Details: Anca designer for  Penny’s Dreamology is wearing her own pieces and a flower crown from Bungalow Wilde.Photos c/o Julia Rose

Here are some cute photos with the designers and bloggers taken after the show by Maria Serritella’s boyfriend. Thanks Chris!


On Saturday night, the Peroni Art & Fashion Stage featured a bathing suit fashion show hosted by Annie Vazquez.  Sunday night’s show was put on by Style Mafia, Jane Rose and Miami fashion blogger Maya King.

Wynwood Life Street Festival took place on 6th Avenue, between 22nd and 24th Streets in Wynwood the weekend of April 25th. For more information, go to www.wynwoodlife.com. To catch the latest news, check out their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WynwoodLife, or follow them on Twitter and Instagram at @WynwoodLife.

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