This is the first installment of “What to Wear Weekend”. By reading W2W, fashion loving socialites can not only learn about high brow events to attend in the Columbia Metro area, but how they can be fashionable appropriate for the affair. This weekend the three events that will close out the month of September and lead into October that W2W will feature are:
Friday, September 27, 2013: Tour de Cure
Sunday, September 29, 2013: The Hemphill Agency Launch
Monday, September 30, 2013: Models Meet Designers Myxer, Hair Walk: The Movement kickoff event
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American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure Celebration
Tour de Cure is a free event that will feature food, music and networking. The theme is red in recognition of the American Diabetes Association. Red refreshments will be on the menu and donations will be made to the ADA. This event serves as a celebration to conclude a year long fundraising campaign and to mark the relocation of the Tour de Cure to Columbia, SC. The attire for the event calls for comfy, yet sleek. A tailored shirt and close fitting denim would be a good call for guys, while ladies can go in the form of cute and comfy. No little black dresses required.
The Hemphill Agency Launch Celebration
The Hemphill Agency is celebrating its launch in fabulous form. This event promises a celebrity host, live entertainment, gift bags and more. The Hemphill Agency is owned by Evangelina Hemphill who is a relationship expert and motivational speaker. Mrs. Hemphill will continue to coach couples under the new brand, The Hemphill Agency. This event demands the attire of stiletto and bowties as the flyer makes apparent.
Models meet Designers Myxer
Despite the title, everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend this event that is prospected to be nothing but posh and powerful. Hair Walk is inviting Metro socialites to come meet the survivor models and the designers whose fashions will be featured in its runway show October 5th of this year. They’ve partnered with Palmetto Health and South Carolina Oncology Association to raise money for uninsured and underinsured cancer patient–networking for a cause. The attire for the event definitely calls for high fashion. Don’t be afraid to be the center of attention. Pull out all stops, yet be appropriate as this is a fundraising event.