Viewers and attendees saw spring blooming on the runway Thursday evening at the annual Kelley Marie fashion show. An array of colors including dusty peach, lavender, soft greens, pinks, and blues provided a true garden of colors that painted the perfect palette for spring.
Special designer pieces of Isle by Melis Kozan opened the show with bold style. These original art inspired collections literally allow you to wear a piece of artwork in the form of dresses, scarves and tops. The tags in each of these pieces include information about the artist.
The show featured a vast range of styles from preppy to boho to artsy and were modeled by familiar faces in the community and all across the age spectrum. All sizes and body shapes were represented making it easy to spot a style that is fitting for anyone.
There was plenty of variety to choose from with options ranging from tailored dresses and derby styles to preppy prints and dresses suitable for special spring events and Easter.
Kelley Marie Chic Boutique owner, Kelley Simpson, was positively glowing both behind the scenes and on the runway.
She painstakingly straightened collars, affixed accessories and made sure ensembles were arranged to perfection before sending each model down the runway, a true expert at her craft.
She expressed her gratitude to the community following the show. Simpson shared, “It takes a team to elevate the awareness in our community and we have the best team ever.
“Our alignment just stays so strong. I feel very fortunate, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community I have grown up in, lived in, worked in and so much more by offering the Kelley Marie Annual Benefit Fashion Shows. I am certain every sponsor, model, donor and supporter feels the same. We just love Morristown.”
Models were, in order of show appearance: Kathy Jones Litz, Paige Munroe Mattocks, Chesnea Hamilton, Melinda Whiteside, Brittany Burton, Brandi Greene, Denise Johnson, Bekcy Wolfe, Amy Stesslinger, Marjorie Heskett, Cindy Thompson, Beth Goodman, Caroline Miklosovic, Deb Miksa, Mary Atkins, Delaney Miksa, Candace Blair, Elizabeth Abbott, Shamron Stambaugh, Linda Raines, Donna Shampine, Pat Seaver, Virginia Carey, Thelma Sheneman, Sharon Oats, Sarai Wender, Cindi Husk, Vicki Kinser, Phyllis Williams, Gracey Mills, Leigh Ann Allen, Lauren Tipes, Tiffany Beard and Casee Mullins.
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