Friday, May 16, 2014

An Elegant Affair of Roses and Royalty - Part II

After a delicious tea luncheon, everyone was ready to enjoy part two of the event.  

Kirsten began the program with a beautiful solo, "Fly Me to the Moon."

Let the fashion show begin... black and white are trendy this year.

Miss Michigan modeling a coral lace dress - both the color coral and lace are 'in' this spring.

More black and white.

Expect to see nautical and patriotic colors this spring and summer.

A retro style dress.

Black and white top with red capri pants.

Molly, Miss Downriver [pictured below] will be competing for the 2014 Miss Michigan title.

Miss Michigan 2013 modeling a Joseph Ribkoff dress.

The fashion show also included some adorable junior models.

This black dress is made with a jersey fabric, which we'll see a lot of this year.

This beautiful model is a mother of five!


Here's Molly again, and glitz is definitely in style.

Miss Michigan 2013 

Love this black and gold gown.

The final gown of the fashion show.

Below Kirsten is wearing the gown she wore when she was crowned Miss America 2008. She's presenting all the models with a red long-stem rose.

Kirsten posed for photos when the fashion show concluded.  Isn't she beautiful!

~ Kirsten and me ~

I hope you enjoyed attending An Afternoon Tea with Miss America via my blog!


  1. I enjoyed the fashions and I love your hat Phyllis.

  2. I did enjoy reading about the entire event!

  3. What a wonderful event! I love the fashions -- everything looks so pretty and feminine, and of course your Miss America friend is absolutely beautiful!


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