Event: Walk This Way – A fabulous event for a great cause

I know I’m late!!! But here is my recap of Walk This Way in October!!! It was a great event for a great cause and I had a great time!  I think part of the delay is that I HATED my hair that night but it was also the night I met Doug of Salon Revive who has done amazing things with my hair and made it healthy and strong!! Check him out and mention Morgan sent you!!


The night started off with some mingling with some amazing fellow bloggers like the lovely Ashley Gaga and co-founder of CapFabb and creator of So Much To Smile About Liz Fassbender.  Fashion with a cause is always a great time to do good and get inspired, and the inspiration is not always on the runway but can be all around.  Image

Loving this yellow dress number!!! She looked great.


Before the show we were interviewed by Scenews (http://www.scenews.com/beckys-fund-2012-walk-this-way.html) which was a fun little detour.  Not in love with the faces I was making but nobody’s perfect right 🙂


This little number looked hot on and off the runway!!


After the show (which was AWESOME!!!) we had a few words from Becky Lee who should be so proud of the great event that she put on!! We got to do some more mingling before heading out and I ran into a few local familiar faces.


Sunni of WPGC with her GORGEOUS dress


Ashley Gaga, Trisha of Fashion According to the Menu, Brock, Myself and Angelica of Clarendon Moms.


Jenny of Kolton J and a friend


After it was all done, everyone headed over to Capitale for the afterparty which was awesome and I had the pleasure of meeting Becky (I know it looks like my hair is attacking her but we had a very nice chat lol).  She is a wonderfully lady and everyone should definitely support her cause!!

Spoiler Alert: Something supporting this great cause may be given away here soon!!!


About Morgan of DCFunemployment

Welcome to DCFunemployment. My name is Morgan and I am a native Washingtonian and socialite, aka a person who is known in society and is fond of social activities and entertainment. I am a storyteller, connector, yogi, artist, stylist, teacher and cheerleader. I believe that we can all win, be great and make the world better. Morgan is a strategist whose work sits at the intersection of people, experiences, storytelling, events, brands and business to help people develop their dreams and turn them into reality! I practice collaboration over competition because there is room for everyone to succeed. Follow me here or on social media to see some of the best that DC has to offer.
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