SNO 2014

Last night, we had the privilege of being involved in Style Night Out for the third year in a row. SNO is one of Charlotte's largest fashion events and one of my personal favorites. The event brings together the best local boutiques, hair and makeup artists in the Queen City for an unprecedented runway show and party. Obviously we love the music, the atmosphere, the models and the show itself (duh!), but the best part about SNO is that all proceeds from the night benefit Carolina Breast Friends. In case you haven't heard of them, CBF is an organization that provides support to breast cancer patients and survivors. Their monthly meetings are a safe haven for those who have been recently diagnosed, are currently fighting or survivors to come together and comfort one another, learn from medical experts and just have fun. We've had the pleasure of working with CBF on several occasions and let me tell you--those ladies ROCK.

Here are some snapshots from our night.

Amanda and I got there early and spent some time on the *pink* carpet before the masses arrived.

Recognize any of those models? Charlotte shoppers should! Be sure you tell Jacie and Adair how great they did next time you pop in our East Blvd. location. Here were our 4 looks from the show. Stolen from The Daly Dress because we were busy getting a video.
Check out these divas strutting their stuff. They sure made us proud! 
One of my favorite parts of the show each year is the final walk. The models from each boutique hit the runway carrying pink balloons in honor of all the breast cancer survivors. 
Watching those balloons float into the sky is a beautiful sight and I know must be so moving for the survivors in the audience. 
We caught up with our vestique girls post show--their hair and makeup still looked fabulous thanks to Volume Salon, who has done a fabulous job for us year after year. 

We were thrilled to run into our girl, Selena Price, Miss Raleigh Durham Teen USA.

It was a fabulous evening. We're so grateful for everyone who worked countless hours to make this event happen, especially Effie Loukas and team! Congrats on a job well done.

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