Chasing Davies: So you want to see me on TV?

March 13, 2013

So you want to see me on TV?

Well, that was a first.

Kansas City Fox 4 morning news invited me on air to talk about how to incorporate this year's Pantone color of the year, emerald green, into everyday wear - from work, to going out and weekend wear - just in time for St. Patrick's Day!  

It was thrilling, and nothing scarier to have ever happened to me than to watch myself after. I'm actually surprised I'm even going to share it... but the models did and looked fantastic, and I really like the outfits I styled (which the above photo doesn't do them any justice... so watch the video).

Now for some major props to the following brands that let me use their goods to style these beauties (and had us all drooling over the pieces in the green room).  Outfit details: 

 Tonicia sported how you can incorporate green into your work wear with a Madewell stripe sweater, sleek pencil skirt from Monkey Wrench Clothing, Madewell suede flats and R Treasure Boutique gold with green stone bracelets. 

 Morgan (you all know her as one of the co-owners of the amazing Ampersand Studio) had everyone drooling over the lace top under a right on trend utility jacket, skinny green belt (all from Madewell Town Center Plaza) and her own super freaking cute Target espadrille wedges (running to get my own immediately).

Johanna rocked the going out look and showed how you can dress up the lace fabric and print previously shown in Morgan's top and wore the shorts.  I had fun with this outfit and mixed prints with Madewell's new linen tank in polka dot and a custom clutch from Maddy Nash (you can design your very own!).

Also featured, green beauty products from Beauty Brands!

(My top is an oldie from Anthro - but similar top here)

Again, huge thank you to the brands that lent me their items to feature and style, the lovely models, Kat who walked me through my first time and of course Fox 4 for having me! 
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