Day 2 of petitePARADE kicked off with a fashion show by JCPenney. JCPenney is transforming its kids and baby departments by introducing a number of new and exclusive collections to its customer, which include baker by Ted Baker, Wendy Bellissimo, giggleBABY, Disney, Flowers by Zoe by Kourageous Kids and Sally M by Sally Miller. JCPenney celebrated these launches by showcasing the collections. The collections feature stylish and versatile apparel for children of all ages, as well as fun and affordable toys, bedding and sleepwear.
Pale Cloud was nothing but high end and pure elegance walking down the runway. Most colors were true to the Pale Cloud brand of neutrals with pops of yellow and some prints. Lots of separates, dresses, and one piece rompers are what Pale Cloud has for Spring 2014.
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Lamantine is all about Italian style meets Parisian atmosphere. Sticking true to form with neutral tones, army green stood out during the show. The looks featured a very romantic feel with delicate materials and details.
Bonnie Young showcased lots of military inspired frocks as well as kimonos on the runway for Spring. Bonnie Young designs are super high end sophisticated as she also has a womenswear line. Although most of the styles were super luxe, she also kept it in the childrens zone with high knee baseball socks. I personally wanted to wear everything that walked down the runway.
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