Spring Fashion Debut: ‘Get your style groove on’

Spring Fashion Debut: ‘Get your style groove on’


Stella & Dot is a media darling and has been featured in many prominent fashion and women’s magazines with 10 pieces from the new Spring collection highlighted in Vogue.

An innovative and smart fashion company, according to rep April Keegan, they offer “irresistible boutique style accessories.”

Stella & Dot will be one of more than 20 vendors participating in the Feb. 11 Love is in the Air: Spring Fashion Debut in downtown Waynesboro from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Gateway.

“I absolutely love my product and sharing it with other women,” Keegan said. “The meticulously crafted pieces are versatile, stylish, timeless and affordable. Fifty percent of the collection is under $50.”

Keegan will have a mix of old and new jewelry at her booth with “fabulous 2012 styles for shoppers to play with and order as well as some discontinued pieces available for cash and carry.” Hint: Valentine’s Day, people.

Keegan is also willing to dole out fashion advice for how to spruce up a tired wardrobe with “styles that you can wear now but also transition well into spring and summer.”

“Be sure to visit my booth, and get your style groove on!”

For more information on the Spring Fashion Debut, visit www.waynesborofashion.com.


More Information:
Stella & Dot
April Keegan
Staunton, Va.




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