Fashion Night Out Dallas Style

Last picture before I left for FNO

The 3rd annual Fashion’s Night Out was all the rage Thursday. It’s a night when retailers and designers drum up sales. It was also meant to celebrate the upcoming shopping season. For me, well it was simply to go and see what the FNO hoopla was all about. To recap my night, I started out with meeting my fellow bloggers and partners Delia who is also ( and Cris from ( ), who were both looking very chic for the evening festivities. Our first stop, Highland Park Village. This place was packed, it was madness. From runway shows, famous Dallas DJs, cocktail parties, wall to wall of fashionable people, manicures, photographers, flip books, and tons of giveaways. With so many places to go to with such little time we made sure we went to Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Hermes, Tory Burch and Diane von Furstenberg. Then we rushed over to North Park to check out Neiman Marcus. But we got there a too late because we missed the show. I was okay with that because my feet were a little achy by this time.

It was an exciting evening in Dallas and I was glad to be part of it. I had a blast and I can not wait for the next FNO.

Here are a few pictures taken from FNO.

My aunt Delia and I

Group Shot at Christian Louboutin


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Delia
    Sep 11, 2011 @ 00:32:59

    It sure was a blast and yes by the time we got to H&M my feet were screaming to be taken off the 6 inch heels that I was wearing, hahaha! Cheers and can’t wait for the next FNO. Do you want to attend the Tooties event next Wednesday? Check your FB post, sent it earlier. Bye doll ^-^


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