Red Carpet Ready

Are you stressing about what to wear to Omaha Fashion Week? Need a little help with putting together the perfect look? Get ready for Omaha’s biggest fashion event with Red Carpet Ready, this Thursday at Borsheims Fine Jewelry & Gifts in Regency Court.

Red Carpet Ready is a shopping and socializing event brimming with style experts to help you get in shape for walking the red carpet at OFW later this month. You won’t want to arrive fashionably late, as this event runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and the first 50 guests will receive a swag bag full of gifts from event sponsors.

So grab a few girlfriends and head over to Borsheims on Thursday, August 2nd.  Attendees will be able to watch live tutorials from Kontempo. to learn the latest red carpet hair and makeup trends. Style experts from She·La will be on deck to help you transform your look from the office to the red carpet and find the perfect look for OFW. Borsheims staff will be on hand to show you how to accessorize a simple dress with some of their sparkling jewels and last but not least, modeling experts from Development Model Management will be there to help you learn the perfect red carpet pose.

Borsheims is located at 120 Regency Parkway in Omaha’s Regency Court. Visit omahafashionweek.com/redcarpet for more information on this event.  There is no admission fee, but free will donations for the Fashion Institute Midwest will be accepted at the door.

Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik is a stylist, costumier, wife and freelance writer based in Omaha, Nebraska. Her style blog can be found at fashflood.com.


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