Friday’s Phoenix Fashion Week a fashion lover’s dream

Night two of Phoenix Fashion Week at Talking Stick Resort once again made me salivate in fashion heaven. Night three is tonight — check out the styles from last night below.

Gents is a Los Angeles line that has been featured in GQ and Playboy. The guys’ fashion, also modeled by some ladies in the show, was very classic. Their show also featured some Google Glass, which was cool to finally see in person.

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Gents1JHaus was one of my favorite lines so far, with really comfy-looking clothes with edgy twists, such as midriff and back-baring tops. I would have bought any of the clothes — they were all so cute.

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PaulieGibson19 PaulieGibson18 PaulieGibson17 PaulieGibson16 PaulieGibson15 PaulieGibson11 PaulieGibson10 PaulieGibson9 PaulieGibson PaulieGibson7 PaulieGibson6 PaulieGibson5 PaulieGibson4 PaulieGibson3 PaulieGibson2 PaulieGibson1Bri Seeley, from Los Angeles, took my friend’s and my breath away with her ultra-feminine looks. She calls her fashion contemporary vintage, and I’d say that’s an accurate term to describe it, and really romantic. Many of the tops were too sheer to wear to work, but there were a ton of pieces I’d die to have in my closet.

BriSeeley18 BriSeeley17 BriSeeley16 BriSeeley15 BriSeeley14 BriSeeley13 BriSeeley12 BriSeeley11 BriSeeley10 BriSeeley9 BriSeeley BriSeeley8 BriSeeley7 BriSeeley6 BriSeeley5 BriSeeley4 BriSeeley3 BriSeeley2 BriSeeley1Dallas-based D.P.C. was up next. Her looks were also very pretty, like dresses you’d wear to a tea party. Also, she used a lot of yellow, which is a really cool and unique color to incorporate in a fashion show.

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