Tag Archives: Clothing

Prom Inspiration: Keri Hilson

18 Apr

Keri Hilson wore this turquoise dress with pretty accents to the 2011 Grammys, and it was one of my favorite looks on her to date. Because the dress makes its own statement, few accessories are needed.

Her makeup is very pretty, with a smoky eye and natural lip, and she’s paired the dress with a pair of strappy sandals and sparkly clutch. As always, we’ve scoured the web for frocks inspired by Miss Keri.


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Calling All FAB Fashionistas

6 Apr

Do you have great style? Have you documented your entire wardrobe on Facebook? We are looking for FAB Fashionistas ages 16-25 to share their favorite looks!

My sorority sister Apris was kind enough to set the example with this fun look that’s great for a number of occasions; a movie date, dinner with the girls, or even around campus if you’re in the mood to be extra cute.

Her top is from Forever 21, pants from Arden B., and she sells necklaces like the one she’s wearing on Etsy.

If you would like to possibly be one of our FAB Fashionistas, hit the jump to find out how!

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Best Dressed: FAB Frocks for Spring Under $40

19 Mar

Everyone who knows me knows how much I love dresses. Now that the weather is warmer, I will be living in them! There is nothing more comfortable than a maxi dress and flip flops. It’s like a fancy night gown and house shoes. And I don’t want to hear anything about cheap Old Navy flip flops because I WILL be re-stocking the second the $1 sale starts!

Anyway, I have stumbled across some really cute dresses in magazines and on line I wanted to share, which you can continue on to see. Best of all, they are all under $40! Have you found some great dresses for spring, also? Share a link to your finds in the comments!

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Macy’s Prom Event!

9 Mar

It’s never too early to start thinking about your prom look!

On Saturday, March 10, Macys at The Mall in Robinson will host an informal prom fashion presentation. What makes this event FAB is the charity twist. All ladies can donate any prom or special occasion dresses they may have to DonateMyDress.org. This awesome organization makes it possible for girls who may not have the finances for a dress be able to select one in order to attend prom.

With any purchase of a prom dress, customers will receive a pair of free, roll up ballet flats for when dancing the night away takes its toll!

Click here to see if there will be a similar event in your area.

What kind of dress do you want for prom? Long or short? Sequins or satin? Tell us in the comments!

(The Fab Girls were compensated for this post.)

FAB Girl Making History: Maya Penn

10 Feb

Photo from Maya's shop on Etsy.

Meet Maya Penn.

You may think this photo of the eleven year old is from a dance recital, and you would be wrong. It’s from the pint sized designer’s shop on Etsy!

Maya Penn is the CEO of Maya’s Ideas, a line of handmade, environmentally conscious clothes and accessories. She recycles different fabrics and re imagines them into beautiful hats, scarves, bags, and other items.

In addition to being a businesswoman, she is a philanthropist, donating 10% of her proceeds to Atlanta area charities. She has been profiled by Forbes magazine’s list of grade school entreprenuers and interviewed by Fox Atlanta.

We see a bright future ahead of this FAB Girl!

FAB Style: Feeling Blue

22 Jan

The winter blues never felt so good! We’ve assembled a gallery of blue clothes, shoes and accessories for FAB Girls of all ages to add to their wardrobes.

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One of our favorite online retailers is http://www.ModCloth.com, and this blue dress shows why! The clothes are amazing, and there are age appropriate looks for FAB Girls of all ages.

Another great online retailer, http://www.lulus.com features these cute blue rings on their site.

This roomy blue bag from Fossil can be found on http://www.zappos.com.

Wanted’s blue flats with flower detail are availible at http://www.shoes.com.

Target’s blue sweater dress comes in other colors, but blue is our favorite.

Tweens can go blue with this hooded cardigan from Justice.

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