How Miss America Stays Chic
Miss America, Mallory Hagan, enjoys the bright colors and easy comfort of one major designer—and you can, too.
(NAPSI)—You don’t have to be Mallory Hagan to look like Miss America—or, at any rate, to dress like her.
He Dresses Miss America
Hagan’s favorite designer, Joseph Ribkoff, has a new collection of dresses and coordinated sportswear that features stylish dresses for every occasion, from the boardroom to the garden party, from casual to more formal, with a simple change of accessories.
Highlights include wraps draped to shapely perfection, retro-style sheaths and carefree tunics.
Even if you don’t travel as much as Miss America, you can enjoy travel-smart coordinated separates in easy-to-care-for fabrications. They’re colorful and comfortable, for the woman on the go. Breezy sheer tops flow over casually cropped and classic trousers, while a selection of lightweight jackets finishes off a look for effortless style.
Graphic black and white join brilliant, multicolor graphic and floral prints as well as bright solids of dazzling electric blue, ambitious orange and provocative pink. The aim of each piece: It fits, it’s figure flattering and it’s fashionable.
See The Clothes
To view all the current collection, go to www.ribkoff.com. To find a nearby store and try them on yourself, call (800) 361-1839.