Outplay at Savannah Pride 2016
Outplay was part of Savannah Pride for the first time and it was awesome!
A few days ago Outplay was part of Savannah Pride for the first time and it was so much fun!
We were invited to have a showing of some of Outplay's pieces at the White Party to kick off Savannah Pride. We got to work with a great group of people who donated their time to model for Outplay. The Savannah Stand Out Youth organization members walked the runway stairs at the White Party and rocked everything they wore. We even had the one and only Tricksie Turner not only MCing the fashion show, but wearing one of our new pieces from our PRIDE capsule collection.
It all started at the Jepson Center for the Arts in Savannah, Georgia on Thursday night for the White Party to kick off Savannah Pride. The models tried on what fit them best and chose what they were going to wear for the show. We went through tops and bottoms, some of our classic pieces and some of our very new PRIDE capsule collection pieces.
Preparation was crazy but we had an amazing group of people who wanted to be part of our fashion show and it was well worth it.
The amazing Christopher from Christopher & Co in Savannah did everyone's hair
Then it was time for the show. Club One's very own Tricksie Turner introduced Outplay and each one of our amazing models as they walked down the museum's beautiful staircase to where everyone was enjoying their night.
Tricksie wore one of our new pieces from our PRIDE capsule collection. These are cut just like our favorite Tomboier shorts, but covered in our very own special PRIDE print.
Also modeling for us was Savannah's very own Mia Amini who strutted her stuff in our new PRIDE leggings and our white Pampatar tank top. She looked fabulous!
Model after model, they walked down the beautiful wide stone staircase at the Jepson Museum, having fun and showing off Outplay.
Modeling our special edition PRIDE rash guard and swim shorts was Rachel Segrest. She wore the long sleeve Pride rashugard from our PRIDE capsule collection paired with the Pride swim shorts.
The amazingly fun Marge Wester modeled our new jammers, El Yaque and new racer back long compression top we called Higuerote. Both are navy with details in our first print. We picked this print as our first because it can still be mixed and matched with the basic 5 solid colors we have offered from the beginning.
Marge also modeled the Higuerote topwith a second bottom option including our new print. These bottom shorts are just like our loved Tomboiers but we added the print around the waist.
Marge rocked that staircase!
Jack showed off our new Medina jammers matched with a Flatsea in the same grey as the side stripe on the jammers.
Rachel walked down the staircase a second time in a low compression Swimmee in Outplay blue and a black and white Playuelita.
We hope we get to be part of Savannah Pride again. It was an amazing event filled with outstanding people and friends.
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