had her Cherry Creek coming out last weekend, debuting her new line at Anastasia Collection, the just-opened boutique at 201 Milwaukee.
Her line reflects much of what is happening in Denver fashion right now: whimsical recycled and reconstructed styles. Sarah hates using new fabrics, in particular, and she either imports her cloth or mines a large trove of goodies collected from some of her, shall we say, older friends.
So in honor of her new outlet (she's also at Buffalo Exchange and Bruise), The Cat's Pajamas asked her to come up with an outfit for this weekend. And while Sarah says she plans to wear this dress of imported Thai silk to her office Christmas party — "I wanted something sexy and original," she says. "And the fabric is beautiful against my skin and flows nicely around my body." -- it's also appropriate for any holiday soiree.
Just make sure the girls are securely fastened: You don't want a wardrobe malfunction in front of your boss.
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