Evening Star

Don't give your glam the deep freeze just yet
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Even though the weather may lure you towards cozy sweats, don’t give your glam the deep freeze just yet.

This month is your dry run for the holidays, a great time to see which of the season’s deep hues work best for your natural skin tone. (RIP summer tan.)

Got a big night planned? December might be all about sugar plums and sequins, but November evenings should radiate subtle elegance. Highnecked blouses make an appearance, as well as below-the-knee skirts and dresses. Understated prints or solids with some surface texture make for a rich look. Top it off with a luxurious wrap or even a cape, and you are ready to conquer the town. Insider tip: Classy ladies order dessert.

Champagne sequin and satin TOP, snake-print TRENCH COAT, all available at Meadowlark; gold hoop statement EARRINGS, available at Monkee’s of Wilmington

Sequin multi-colored DRESS, gold shimmer pleated SKIRT, gold statement EARRINGS, and gold BRACELETS, all available at Monkee’s of Wilmington

Black CAMI, black textured SKIRT, goldand- stone statement EARRINGS, pearl NECKLACES, all available at Monkee’s of Wilmington

Maroon buttondown TOP, maroon leather tie SKIRT, and white COAT, all available at Oliver Clothing

Maroon BODYSUIT and black silk CARGO PANTS, both available at Oliver Clothing


MODEL: Sarah Kleckley (Directions USA)

HAIR : Ramsey Tobey (Beauty Bar Boutique)

MAKEUP: Maari Kolk (Beauty Bar Boutique)

WARDROBE: Meadowlark, Monkee’s of Wilmington, Oliver Clothing

LOCATION: Dram Yard, 101 South Second Street


To view more of photographer Melissa Hebert’s work, go to melissahebertphoto.com

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