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Express Holiday 2011 Runway Show Finale in Times Square


If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed my tweets from last night's Express runway show in New York City's Time Square.

Express and Lucky magazine invited eight fashion bloggers to get a front row seat after outfitting each of us in our own uniquely fabulous Express ensemble. I wore a strapless tomato red dress, woven leather belt and bold gold cuff, perfect for a steamy night like last night (get your heat wave).

Here's a quick look at the show's finale, featuring shiny sequin minidresses, gorgeous gemstone hues and body-con silhouettes from the Holiday 2011 collection. These are the looks you'll be seeing in magazines, mailers and stores come Fall, so look out for them soon!

Thanks to Express and Lucky mag for making this an evening I'll never forget! FTC Disclosure: Each blogger received complimentary clothing and a $200 Express giftcard in association with this event.

Comments
BB, please help! I'm in the bridal party for an aug wedding and the bride has requested yellow dresses. I'm sure you know my issue already. Where can I find AFFORDABLE yellow dresses?! They can be more casual - it's not a super formal ceremony.

Thanks in advance!
#1 lin (Homepage) on 2011-07-24 19:41 (Reply)
Wow, fun! Love the front-row access to see all these fabulous sparkly numbers!

ps: lucky is one of my fave mags!
#2 alyson (Homepage) on 2011-07-25 07:54 (Reply)
mine too! :-)
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2011-07-25 11:38 (Reply)
I confess I got distracted by just how tight the men's pants were. o.o Blazer+leggings just looks so weird on a guy.
#3 Kujaku on 2011-07-25 13:03 (Reply)
Such a fun time! It was so nice to meet you Dianna!
#4 Martha (Homepage) on 2011-07-25 14:27 (Reply)
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