I met Sarah Ingle, a media company intern, in a booth run by the Council of Fashion Designers of America to promote "Fashion For Haiti." She was supporting their effort to sell "To Haiti with Love" t-shirts, which benefit earthquake victims. Nordstrom is supporting the CFDA and offering these tees in store and online—all proceeds go directly to the Clinton Bush Haiti fund.
"My dress is by Carolina Soma, an Argentinean designer," explained the Michigan native, who is currently living in South Carolina for school. "I love the way it fits, and I never have clothes that fit because I'm so skinny! I think it's fun and colorful, and I like that is has a different cut. And I love this bunch of silver threads on the shoulder, that's unusual."
Sarah, who was also sporting BCBG shoes and an inexpensive pair of tights, defined her personal style as "having fun and having the right thing for the right occasion."
I love a girl who takes time to support a worthy cause. Bonus if she looks fabulous while doing it.