Ladies Fashion Show - Compiled by Julia Bettencourt
Ladies Fashion Show - Compiled by Julia Bettencourt
Ladies Fashion Show Compiled by Julia Bettencourt This is not a serious fashion show but on the contrary, a whimsical form of fun. You'll need some volunteers to be your models. Choose some ladies with a good attitude, as you'll be asking them to dress in some very unorthodox clothing. The size of your event and time available will determine the number of models you have in your fashion show. Just pick out several styles that you think would work well for your group. 8-10 is probably a good limit. You'll also need an MC (master of ceremonies) to give the narration for each style of clothing.
Choose someone with good speaking skills.
Use a microphone for the narration as you may encounter a high volume of laughter as your models parade down the runway! Below are the stunning styles you will need to make upfor your models. The runway narration is listed for each. The 'Fashion Show' skit is intended for 'All' women's group gatherings only, not mixed company. Fashions are listed with Narration: A 14-Karet (Carrot) Ring A ring with 14 carrots dangling from it. Make matching earrings with one small carrot for each. Add in a necklace with many small carrots on string and matching bracelet. Narration: A well-dressed lady will add flair to her wardrobe with fashionable jewelry.
This 14-karet ring with matching earrings and necklace radiates good taste and elegance. It is not only exquisitely styled...it will make rabbits love you!
Buttons and bows Lots of buttons and bows fastened to a dress. Narration: Boys like their girl friends to be very feminine, and what could be more feminine than buttons and bows? Use trimmings like these to decorate your dress . the more, the better. Ball Gown Long gown with balls and balloons attached to it. Narration: For occasions when you need something special, a ball gown is just the thing. This dress is just like you...unique, a designer special. It's one of a kind. When you wear it, you'll have a ball!
Gunny Sax Gunny sack, with holes cut in it for arms and head.
Narration: For more informal occasions, a sack dress... gunnysack, that is... is very appropriate. You won't feel over-dressed in a sack dress; in fact, you'll probably feel like a bag. Gym shoes Shoes with "Jim" written all over them. Narration: Whether you're out gallivanting or just lounging around, "Jim shoes" provide comfort and support. Prop them on the arm of the couch when you're watching TV, or pound them into the track at school when you're running laps. "Jim shoes" are versatile... they do anything, and go anywhere.
Knee Socks Socks taped to knees. Narration: Knee socks are great for any time of year. They come in all colors and all sizes, and may be mixed or matched with any outfit. Knee socks may be worn behind, below, or above the knee... even all over the knee, as our model demonstrates here. Tee-shirt Golf tees fastened to a T-shirt. Narration: A perfect match for your "Jim shoes" and knee socks is our beautiful tee shirt. Whether or not you're into the sports craze, whether or not you play golf, the tee shirt is ~ style that's right for you today.
Turtleneck Sweater Small toy turtles or pictures fastened to sweater.
Narration: Turtleneck sweaters will keep your neck warm during chilly months. But they may be very expensive. The cost for turtle food is rising rapidly. Another small problem may be the tickly feet and slimy tails swishing back and forth on your neck. Bell-bottoms Bells sewn to the seat of skirt. Narration: Bell-bottoms are rather hard to sit down in. You may have to shift your weight a bit and change positions often, but everyone will know when you're coming and going. And the ringing in your ears will be easy to understand.
Ponytail Picture of pony fastened to seat of skirt. Narration: You may think that a ponytail is a hairstyle for people with long hair. It's really something quite different...An integral part of this outfit. Evening Dress Black dress with stars and moon made out of yellow shiny paper. Narration: What a beautiful dress to wear to enjoy a romantic evening with your husband. Look how the stars light up the evening! Tea length Dress Tea bags along hem of dress (you can also make matching earrings and necklace). Narration: This is a lovely dress to attend a tea party with your friends. Wearing this dress will be the highlight of your afternoon tea.
Seersucker Dress A dress with suckers attached to it. Narration: What a lovely summer dress just right for many occasions. Look how this dress is beautifully adorned. Of course, if you wear this dress in the heat you might find yourself in a sticky situation. Bloomers Flowers attached to skirt (a lady in our church made a pair of 'bloomers and then attached flowers to them and wore them under her skirt). Narration: "Bloomers" is an old-fashioned word. Your mother probably wore them when she was your age. Although bloomers are no longer worn today, we close our fashion show today with a charming pair of bloomers, fashioned especially for 2003 (whatever year).
Above Fashions Submitted by Karen. Compiled by Julia Bettencourt Copyright © 2001-2010 Julia Bettencourt Find more resources for Women’s Ministry at www.juliabettencourt.com ***See more submitted fashions on the following pages...
More Fashions Compiled by Julia Bettencourt These are 'Fashion Styles' submitted by the visitors of Creative Ladies Ministry website. These do not include the runway narrative, so you will need to make that up for each style. Alligator Purse Purse with toy alligator attached. Submitted by Becky Ballerina Slippers Shoes with ballerina dolls or paper cutouts of ballerinas attached to toes. Submitted by Becky Beaded Handbag Small clutch purse with paper cutouts of hands on both sides and strings of beads and pearls. Submitted by Becky Sunglasses Glasses with large paper suns on the lenses. Submitted by Becky Raincoat Jacket with raindrops and clouds (the girl at ours used fabric paint and painted her jacket, but you could use paper cutouts).
Submitted by Becky Headband Headband with pictures of musical instruments attached. Submitted by Becky Checked Dress Pin canceled checks all over the dress. Submitted by Shirley of Ohio Nylon dress Pin pantyhose all over the dress. Submitted by Shirley of Ohio Pill Box Hat A hat will pill bottles attached. Submitted by Anonymous Knife Pleated Skirt A skirt with plastic knives attached to it. Submitted by Anonymous
Cap Sleeve Dress A dress with ball caps on each shoulder. Submitted by Anonymous Mop of Hair The model should wear a mop on their head. Submitted by Anonymous Bathing Suit A suit with bathing items attached.
Submitted by Christy of South Carolina Baseball Hat Attach a baseball to a hat. Submitted by Christy of South Carolina The Son Dress Cover the front of a dress with pictures of mother's sons. Submitted by Brenda Daisy Duke (Remember the Daisy's shorts on the Dukes of Hazard tv show in the 70's?) This Daisy Duke has a large picture of John Wayne, the Duke on the front of a dress with bright daisies completely around the picture.
Submitted by Brenda Bridal Dress with a Long Train Attach a small train set to the hem of a wedding dress. Submitted by Daisy Tube Top Put an inner tube around chest area. "Any lady will enjoy a nice walk on a summer day wearing this fashionable and cool tube top." Submitted by Daisy Beautiful Plunging Neckline Tie a small sink plunger around the model's neck. Submitted by Nicki of Florida Slip Over Sweater A lady's slip over a sweater. Submitted by Theresa Broomstick Skirt Miniature brooms pinned on the skirt. Submitted by Debbie Lingerie "Teddy" A gown with teddy bears all over it. Submitted by Debbie
Fashions from "Playtex"--The Double Breasted Suit 2 bras worn on the outside of your suit. (Fancy lace bras or front closure bras, whatever you like). This is a suit that gives a special lift to any wardrobe. Submitted by Debbie 100% Cotton Dress A dress with cotton balls taped all over it. Submitted by The Gordons A Printed Dress A newspaper neatly folded and pinned over a skirt and top to look like a dress. Submitted by The Gordons Capri Pants with Crop Top Take empty Capri sun drink containers and pin them to your pants. For top, take plastic vegetables and pin to shirt.
Submitted by Sharon from Tennessee Birthday Suit Dressed up like a big cake.
Submitted by Sharon from Tennessee Halter Top Wear a horse bridle. Submitted by Sharon from Tennessee Baby Doll Dress Attach small baby dolls to a dress. Submitted by Peggy from Missouri Sun Dress Make a large sun out of paper and then put it over the model. Submitted by Peggy from Missouri A Cotton Dress Put cotton balls all over a dress. Submitted by Peggy from Missouri Dinner Dress Glue McDonald things all over it (i.e. French fry box, hamburger paper, pop cup, ketchup, etc. In the narration, tell them it also comes in Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken, etc. Submitted by Gina Tea Dress (mentioned on page 1) Carry a teakettle for a purse.
Submitted by Gina
Tie Die Shirt Crazy ties all over the shirt, front and back. Submitted by Gina Boxer Shorts Use boxes of all sizes glued to long shorts. Submitted by Gina Pin Stripe Suit Writing pens glues in stripes on the suit. Submitted by Gina A New Spring Dress Springs of all sizes pinned onto a dress. Submitted by Gina Stocking Hat and Matching Shirt Hat with weird socks hanging on it and the shirt with stick matches and matchbooks glued on. Submitted by Gina Animal Print Shirt & Bell-bottoms Shirt with animal paw prints. Jeans with bells sewn (attached) at the bottom. Submitted by Angela from Ohio Turtleneck and Mini-skirt T-shirt with turtle sewn to neckline and a long skirt with Minnie Mouse on it.
Submitted by Angela of Ohio Power Suit & Briefcase Dress with batteries taped to it. Men’s briefs on each side of her "brief case". Submitted by Angela of Ohio Spaghetti Strap Dress Attach pieces of spaghetti all over the shoulders of the dress. Submitted by Anonymous Thanks to my website visitors for submitting such a broad range of fun fashions! Compiled by Julia Bettencourt Copyright © 2001-2010 Julia Bettencourt Find more resources for Women’s Ministry at www.juliabettencourt.com