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Your Invited Inside: Main Line Fashion Week

[Photo @mlfashionweek]

Where: Grace Winery At Sweetwater Farm

Other Details: This week marked the first ever Main Line Fashion Week in PA, and we couldn't help but be completely interested! The runway shows took place inside the Grace Winery at Sweetwater Farms- an amazing rustic backdrop to some killer Spring looks. Wednesday night's runway show was hosted by Philly Blog Love founder Jessie Holeva. As she announced, we sipped wine, munched delicately on h'or doevres from 12 St. Catering, and soaked in some spring trends from: Out There Outfitters, Sache Boutique, Element 6, Tish, Gramercy, and Van Cleve. 

Here are some of our favorite looks from Wednesday night's runway show!

Model wearing outfit from Element 6:
What we thought: 
Love the contrast of colors here, and adding a nude shoe 
is an easy way to create a long lean look that we love!

Model wearing outfit from Element 6
What we thought:
Perfect for channeling our inner angst. To turn this look instantly hipster
we would add a fedora, or floppy sun hat!

Mainline 4: Model wearing outfit from Element 6
What we thought:
Love, love, love the surprising and seductive red shoe. Would have added
a red lip for good measure. We also like the oversized statement necklace, 
which we felt really brought this look together.

Model wearing outfit from Element 6
What we thought:
Preppy perfection! Great for a summer or spring look, boating with the 
parents, or golfing with colleagues. Polished, professional, and pretty. 

Model wearing outfit from Tish Boutique 
What we thought:
"Oh I love a good romper"- was my actual remark. There are so many 
places you could go in this easy breezy outfit. Floral patterns are in for 
spring and we like this chic take on it! 

Model wearing outfit from Tish Boutique  
What we thought: 
The monochromatic trend is here to stay, and what better way to 
bring it into spring than with a flowing sleeveless top and cropped 
pants. Important note: Structured bag is a must with unstructured 

Model wearing outfit from Tish Boutique 
What we thought:
This dress will look great on most body types. Longer than most 
of the Spring dresses we have seen the a-line structure will highlight
those who are smaller on top. This is an instant slim dress! Great 
go-to dress when you're not sure what to wear. We would have 
accessorized it up a bit more though!

Model wearing outfit from the Van Cleve Collection
What we thought:
We love anything that we haven't seen before and this dress was 
that. Aztec inspired, and fully sequined this is a great going out 
dress that will shock and awe!

Model (Front) wearing outfit from Tish Boutique
What we thought:
Easily my favorite look of the night. This outfit is transformative.
If you're looking for a great outfit to go from day/work to 
night/drinks this is it. 

Model (Back) wearing outfit from Tish Boutique
We loved the surprise mint color!

Model wearing outfit from Gramercy Boutique 
What we thought:
"Those shoes!"- Am I right? Oh, and "That cute crop jacket!" 
Both accessories easily took this outfit to the next level.

Model wearing look from Sache Boutique
What we thought:
Everyone was in awe of this dress. Different, slouchy, and yet the 
fit is great. Another great way to bring the monochrome trend into 

Model wearing look created by Out There Outfitters 
 What we thought:
Spring day hike. Too hot for pants and a t-shirt, but too wet for 
anything but rain boots. Rainy day adventure solved!

Model wearing look created by Van Cleve Collection 
 What we thought:
From prom, to galas, to an event in NYC this gown flows like
water, but is easy to walk in. One of this model's best looks. 

To follow Main Line Fashion Week:

Twitter: @MLFashionWeek 
Instagram: @MLFashionWeek
Pinterest: PINTEREST.COM/MLFashionweek

Which look do you see yourself wearing this Spring? Tell us in the comments below!

Stay Lovely,


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Written by: Danielle A. Rufrano
NYS Teacher Certification in English Language Arts
Freelance writer for: and editorial intern for Guest of a Guest
BA in English, 2010

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