BLOGGED: Stick & Ribbon Charity Fashion Show

28 Nov

 

Stick & Ribbons models: Judy Marston, Laura Moore, Helen Yates, Donna Heffernan. Alison Dawson- Orchard, Erika Hill

Women and fashion go together like The X Factor and low ratings, but just as this pairing experiences highs and lows, so do millions of women when hitting the shops to buy a new outfit. There are so many shapes out there; pear, triangle, hourglass and straight up & down; it’s hard to know what will look amazing, and what would see you ending up on the ‘circle of shame’ pages of Heat magazine.

Luckily the fabulous stylists at Nottingham boutique, Stick & Ribbon; aptly named due to the tools used to measure and find people’s body shape, are on hand to  offer that much needed advice, and restore confidence in women who would otherwise be wearing all the wrong things. 

Pippa Rees From Stick & Ribbon talks about body shapes

Last week we were lucky enough to attend Stick & Ribbons charity fashion show, in partnership with The Cornerhouse, which saw over £600 raised for The MS Society. All of the models included in the show were volunteers, including 32 year old MS sufferer, Donna Heffernan, who made her modelling debut to a chorus of applause.

Donna Heffernan makes her catwalk debut

Check out the pictures from the night below!

Alison struts her stuff in a gorgeous wrap dress

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One Response to “BLOGGED: Stick & Ribbon Charity Fashion Show”

  1. Stick & Ribbon November 28, 2012 at 4:56 pm #

    Hi guys, just added a link to this on our Facebook page. luv Stick & Ribbon xx

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