navy + teal stripes







shirt: J.Crew (old) // jeans (similar): J.Crew // bag: Gap (old) // shoes: Michael Kors // earrings: J.Crew

Back to my favorite combo - navy and teal. Today I am packing and getting ready to head back East for a wedding and anniversary weekend! DC, Virginia, and North Carolina here we come!

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aBree Original Provo Fashion Week Spring Collection


I am so grateful that I was able to design and sew a collection for Provo's first Fashion Week!

I was inspired by a few pieces of fabric that I  have had for awhile as well as some new fabric that I swatched in NYC last summer. My collection grew into a colorful assortment of sparkly pieces that graduated from cool to warm tones. I was very happy with how it all came together. All the colors ended up working together and I was able to use so many gorgeous fabrics. Mixing ready-to-wear and formal is something I love and gave a nice variety to my collection. 

See my first runway collection that was debuted last Spring here. To order custom clothing be sure to check out my design website, aBree Original - I will be updating it with new styles soon!

{a video of the runway show - not great quality}

Model: Dania (Miss Lehi) @misslehi



Model: Halley @halley_bish


Model: Kat (Posh By Kat) @thekatfrazier



Model: Kristin (Wild One Forever) @kristinrosedavis




Model: Bain @bainelle


Model: Melanie @mell713

Model: Naomi @naomitannerxo

Model: Ashlee @ashleeells



Model: Megan @meglskalla


Model: Melanie @mell713

Model: Bethany (Kiss Me Darling) @kissmedarlingblog



Model: Melanie @mell713










LC Photography

Be sure to check out the amazing photographers who shot Provo Fashion Week!
LC Photography and JessaKae

And show some love to my gorgeous models by checking out their blogs and instagram!


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