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Looks We Love

Posted: Thursday, Jun. 07, 2012

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Olivia Fortson

Olivia Fortson is social editor of the Observer and SouthPark magazine. She loves shining the light on those who know the art of living an elegant life. Email her at OFortson@charlotteobserver.com.

Photo by Olivia Fortson

Who: Elizabeth Peacock of Mothering Across Continents, the speaker at the Guild of Discovery Place luncheon.

Wearing: An Ann Taylor dress and shoes from Target with Do Ubuntu bracelets by oMa (www.omaworld.com) and a necklace by Seeds of Hope (www.seedsscholars.org).

Why: Her black dress was the perfect backdrop to show off the handcrafted socially responsible jewelry lines introduced by the Charlotte-based nonprofit Mothering Across Continents (www.motheringacrosscontinents.org) that benefit its grassroots projects that help develop young leaders in impoverished parts of the globe, especially Africa.


Photo by Daniel Coston

Who: Deidre Grubb at Printemps, a wine and art auction to benefit Opera Carolina.

Wearing: A Marc Jacobs dress with Prada shoes and a Timmy Woods clutch.

Why: Her whimsical shoes and purse reflect her fun personality.


Photo by Daniel Coston

Who: Morgan and Paul Greer at Derby Days, the Young Affiliates of the Mint’s largest fundraiser of the year.

Wearing: The event is all about sundresses and seersucker, and they nailed the look.

Why: This couple is the epitome of everything elegant.


Photo courtesy of Sarah Prochaska

Who: Sarah Prochaska (last one on the right) at the day events surrounding reunion festivities for Queens University of Charlotte.

Wearing: A Tory Burch dress from the Tory Burch store at SouthPark mall and Vince Camuto shoes from Belk.

Why: The alumna who lives in Charlotte stood out in this sunny dress paired with modern neutral shoes.

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