SOSUNS’ Girls are Blue Illusion Modelling Stars
March 21, 2011 by deb
The crowd gasped in appreciation and amazement as they watched our three SOSUNS’ girls make a successful modelling debut. Lucy, Paige and Mel exhibited such poise and grace as they each modelled three Blue Illusion outfits, confidently ‘walking the floor’ at Blue Illusion Hornsby store.
First onto the floor was Lucy and there was audible murmers of admiration for this beautiful young lady as she gracefully glided around the store. ‘Leggy Lucy’ as she will be forever known by those there to witness her triumphant modelling debut, looked stunning in an array of outfits. Lucy’s confidence and enjoyment of the occasion was obvious as she struck some great poses, looking all the time like a professional model.
Next the crowd was treated to the gorgeous Paige with her stunning natural beauty and shiny long hair. Although a little shy whilst modelling her first two outfits, by the third, Paige oozed confidence and even gave her fans a few model poses as she sashayed around the store. Paige’s supporters in the crowd were so proud of her courage and beauty.
Last model of the day was ‘personality plus’ Mel. And what a transformation! Popular opinion was that Mel had never looked so elegant and ‘hot’. Kicking up her heels and entertaining her adoring fans with a twirl, Mel looked stunning in all her outfits.
Lucy, Paige and Mel all had a fantastic time modelling the Blue Illusion autumn collection. It certainly helped that the clothes were gorgeous and that Blue Illusion’s Pauline was so talented at helping the girls to mix and match clothing pieces and accessories to really flatter their great figures and personalities. All three girls could have been instantly transported to the streets of Paris and look as if they totally belonged as fashionable and sohisticated young women.
Thank you very much to Blue Illusion’s Pauline and store manager Beth for making the girls feel so special. Thank you also for donating 20% of all the store takings for the afternoon to Special Olympics.