Fashion Bash!

Katelyn Hayes and Shireen Hadi
Katelyn Hayes and Shireen Hadi

Allie Danizger, Courtney Campo, Karishma Asrani and Melissa Sugulas

At Dress for Success and Women of Wardrobe's annual Summer Soiree, generously hosted by Tootises, fashion-forward attendees dressed in pretty pastels, bold patterns and lots of ruffles — many designed by Houston's Hunter Bell, who showed off her fall line alongside jewelry by Claudia Lobao. Chairs Karishma Asrani, Courtney Campo, Allie Danziger and Melissa Sugulas welcomed guests to the event, which toasted the 20th anniversary of Dress for Success, and raised more than $20,000 for the org.

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Slushies at Fuzzy's

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