Foxy Lady’s Lee Dennis wears a ¾ pant and long line tunic, which she said was the trend for summer. Long tunics over leggings or slim line pants is a casual look yet can be taken from day to night with the right accessories.
Foxy Lady’s Lee Dennis wears a ¾ pant and long line tunic, which she said was the trend for summer. Long tunics over leggings or slim line pants is a casual look yet can be taken from day to night with the right accessories. Renee Pilcher

Zonta to host Fashion XtravaganZa

FIND out what the latest fashionistas will be sporting before the Gympie and Melbourne Cups with the inaugural Gympie Quota Club Fashion XtravaganZa next month.

Held at the Gympie RSL function room on October 9 the fundraiser for Little Haven Palliative Care will have three fashion parades showcasing the latest trends for men and women.

Co-organiser Heather MacDonnell said before you picked a trackside winner, you should get the style stakes right.

The fashion show will promote local boutiques that offer fashion, jewellery and footwear and use local models. Ms MacDonnell said the night would have a party like atmosphere with the bar open, nibbles, booths displaying accessories and the opportunity to sit or mingle.

And there would be opportunities to buy things, she said. As well as the fun and fashion there will be 25 multi draw raffles and a lucky door prize of a two nights at Marcoola’s Surfair.

“Put a spring in your step and experience a great night with fashion, fun and music by DJ Troy ‘Roly’ Rowlands,” Ms MacDonnell said.

Tickets are available from Shoenique on 5482 8332 and are to be collected before October 7.

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