Capturing the fashionable around town
Style abounds in Wilmington, from casual weekend wear to gala-ready dresses.
Check out our ongoing fashionista pics from around town below, or better yet, post your own trendy finds at WILMA's facebook page here.
Left: Lane Cuthrell (on left) wears a dress from aMuse and Tina Ablang wears a dress from Encore! Consignment Boutique and Right: Teresa Huffmon (on left), a board member for the Cape Fear Literacy Council, and board officer Christine Divoky at the Literacy Council's Breakfast at Tiffany's fundraising gala March 2.
Left: Linda Lytvinenko, executive director of the Cape Fear Literacy Council, and her husband, John, and Right: Melanie and Susan at the Cape Fear Literacy Council's Breakfast at Tiffany's fundraising gala March 2.
Left: Jill Tefft, development director for the Cucalorus Film Festival, in a dramatic, ruffled gown and Right: Megan Hudson in a printed shift at the Cucalorus' Oscar-viewing party Feb. 24 at EUE/Screen Gems studios.
Left: Christine wearing an emerald-green, floor-length gown from Oliver boutique and Right: Renee and Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo at Cucalorus' Oscar-viewing party Feb. 24 at EUE/Screen Gems studios.
Left: Natasha Glynn wearing an Ann Taylor dress and Right: Amy Chapman in a colorful asymmetrical dress at Spamalot's closing night at Thalian Hall.
Rachel Brysacz (from left) and Jenna Davis and Nicole Ferguson at 621N4TH gallery.
From left to right: Angela Horton, Emily Evans and Stephania Bloodworth, business manager of the NHRMC Foundation, show the many ways to pull off pink. (NHRMC Foundation Pink Ribbon Cocktail Party)
Left: Livian Jones, Greyson Rogers and 7-year breast cancer survivor Barbie Rogers in various shades of pink and magenta. Right: Gayle Thompson and Atlanta Pridgeon wear classic black cocktail dresses. (NHRMC Foundation Pink Ribbon Cocktail Party)
Shannon Odom (left) and Sarah Coffey, who bought her flowing dress with its detailed back in Charleston. (NHRMC Foundation Pink Ribbon Cocktail Party)
Striking a pose at the Panic Attack haunted house launch party.
Left: Erin Moran and Beth Sorace show that leggings and sequins are clutch, even at a haunted house. Right: Ashleigh Armstrong, who works for Ohio-based The Scare Factory that made many of the ghoulish props, also pairs leggings with a floral print. (Panic Attack launch party)
(Cameron Art Museum 50th anniversary gala)
From left to right: WARM director and one of WILMA’s Women to Watch winners J.C. Skane, WILMA co-editor Nina Bays Cournoyer and other guests glam it up. (Cameron Art Museum 50th anniversary gala)
Left: Rhonda Schilawski (left) wears a dress from zulily.com. Right: Ann Freeman and Kimber Robbins use accessories to pull together their outfits. Ann’s earrings were made locally by Kitana Richardson, while Kimber bought her chunky, modern necklace at the Blueberry Festival. (Downtown Sundown concert)
From left to right: Beth Mendenhall, Brittany Sweet and Ashley Goodson, who’s wearing a “vintage” circa the 80s beaded dress that belonged to her mom. (Wilmington’s Epicurean Evening)
Left: Beth Todd (left), of The Blockade Runner's East restaurant, wears an electric blue Calvin Klein shift dress. Right: Michelle Li, evening anchor and reporter at WSFX and WECT, sports a Banana Republic cocktail dress. (Wilmington’s Epicurean Evening)
Left: Colleen Glackin, mother of two boys and soon-to-be-born baby girl, was the fundraising event's speaker. Pictured with Khalilah Olokunola. Right: Jenny Gephart wears a vintage, embroidered slip dress that belonged to her grandmother. (Wilmington's Epicurean Evening)