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Thank you to everyone who came out last week to celebrate the 2-year anniversary of Front Door Fashion. I loved getting to mingle, sip and see the fall fashion forecast as well as see some of my wonderful readers.

In case you don’t know what Front Door Fashion is, I have done blog posts about them here and here. Founders Nina Lowe and Andrea Campbell distinguish FDF from the multiplying box delivery services through a simple factor—humans. Opposed to capitalizing on computer algorithms and non tangible inventory FDF has committed to the human element which has equated to long-term client relationships and satisfaction.

FDF marries their clients with live experienced stylists. The skilled FDF stylist hand selects fully styled designer looks from the aisles of their Design District inventory incorporating textile texture and color hues with the clients’ skin tone, hair color, comfort zones and style goals. The meticulously chosen outfits are then shipped to the client or presented in one of the Dallas Design District style lounges at no styling or shipping cost.

 The two-year event also celebrated the evolution of the chic Design District studio which now features style lounges by Trina Turk and DL1961.

The Front Door Fashion team styled me in this Trina Turk dress and I paired it back with my nude Valentino rock stud pumps. Perfect ensemble for any fall luncheon event don’t you think? Need something a little less pricey than the Valentino? Here is a good shoe to substitute (it’s under $100). I also like this version of the Trina Turk dress if you like something with less flair. We kept the jewelry simple with these rose gold Kendra Scott earrings and matching cuff as well as these gold bangle bracelets. Everything is available from Front Door Fashion (except the shoes; I linked those for you).

If you haven’t given them a try you should. It makes selecting and styling wardrobe pieces so easy for today’s busy woman. Front Door Fashion can be contacted by their website or call 469.351.7144.

Happy Tuesday!  xoxo- Tanya

Photo credit: Bob Manzano

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