Another model in the “Casual Sassy Saturdays” grouping excitedly shows off her stylish clothes from Eclectica Fashions in Sylvan Lake during the fashion show, April 14. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

WATCH: Sold out fashion show a hit

Around 200 ladies got fashion inspiration from the Styling Sylvan Spring Fashion Show

The spring fashion show held at the NexSource Centre over the weekend was a big hit with locals.

The sold out show presented fashionable looks for the spring and summer from local businesses. The event was so well attended, extra tables were brought out for the extra guests to enjoy the show.

Cobb’s Clothing, Spotted Gecko and Eclectica Fashions all presented their wears. Shoes and bags for each look were provided by Sylvan Lake’s Saks Shoes.

In addition all eyewear the models wore during the show was provided by Eyes and Ears.

Proceeds from the sold out show went towards the Sylvan Lake and Community Partners.

The event also helped the Sylvan Lake Food Bank and the 98 Yukon Sea Cadets.

Tips collected from the cash bar were also donated to the Humboldt Broncos.

Door prizes were also handed out to those who brought a donation to the Food Bank. Many of the guest brought in food bank donations. The table was over flowing by the time the show began.



megan.roth@sylvanlakenews.com

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A model from Saturday’s show displays fashion that can be purchased from Cobb’s Clothing. The second set of clothing, all from Cobb’s Clothing, was styled to be stylish while in a vacation-like setting. The style grouping was called “Take me to Paradise.” Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

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