With the holidays officially over, many Palm Beachers are gearing up for an entirely different type of season in the area: the exciting events season. From polo and picnics to glittery galas, many are preparing to attend a lineup of events now through April. With so many events in tow, what better place to search for the perfect outfit than Worth Avenue on Palm Beach? Offering fabulous frocks for any type of event, here is a quick roundup of must-go places if you’re looking to impress this events season.
If you’re headed to Wellington to stomp divots at the polo grounds:
An Italian-based retailer, 120% Lino offers pure linen apparel for men, women and children. But unlike normal linen fabric, the company uses a unique process referred to as “garment dyed,” which ensures incredible softness as well as the ability to offer the fabric in an extremely wide range of colors and shades. This “understated chic” fashion line is perfect for making a statement out on the polo fields.
A departure from traditional fine jewelry, Tamara Comolli’s collections offer a casual luxury, gems and baubles that can be worn any day or time. Known for their array of “Color Stories,” or color-driven collections, Tamara Comolli features jewels and gems of every shape and size. Guests who visit the 150 WORTH location can gaze upon the exclusive Palm Beach Color Story, highlighting the colors that surround us here in Palm Beach.
You’re looking for a fabulous gown to don at the Palm Beach Police Foundation’s Policeman’s Ball:
Brimming with sequins, tulle and silk, John de Medeiros is a women’s fashion boutique located at 150 WORTH that offering gowns and cocktail attire from talented emerging designers that cannot be found in department stores. By handling small, exclusive designers, the boutique accommodates special orders of all types. The interior is a creative backdrop for one-of-a-kind pieces, jewelry, and accessories. Priding themselves on the belief that art and fashion are one in the same, John De Medeiros has a extraordinary dress for absolutely any luxurious occasion.
Bringing internationally renowned designers to Palm Beach, Kiosk offers runway fashions from all over the world. Whether a hot-off-the-runway designer gown, Philip Treacy hats or upscale accessories, the multi-departmental shop was born after owner, Natascha Fasnakis scoped out international emerging designers at Fashion Weeks across the globe, as well as scouring vintage and antique stores to find the ideal trends for Palm Beach.
If you’re participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure:
Stop by Alex & Ani.
Fill your arm with bangles galore at Alex & Ani, who has created a Charity by Design portion of the company, which works closely with organizations in creating unique designs that embody the message and reflect the beauty of each charitable organization. The shop offers two specially designed charms for the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation; the Hope charm and Ribbon of Strength charm. Other charity bangles include National Autism Association, Project Common Bond and the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals. Pick up yours prior to the race and show your support!