The go-to event for those looking to update their wardrobes with the latest on-trend hits from the high street, the Spring Style Show will provide advice and inspiration on the freshest new looks. Everything that appears on the catwalk will be available from one of the centre’s 160 stores, meaning savvy shoppers can leave the centre ready to step into the new season in style.
The event will also see the launch of the latest beauty trends with a host of how-to videos from professional makeup artists working across the centre showcasing the top products and styles and how to achieve them.
With an exciting, open air style show in Sherwood Square, Tracy Hadley, Marketing and Events Manager at Telford Shopping Centre, explained why the region’s fashion-forward would be heading for the centre’s very own ‘front row’.
“The Spring Style Show is always a popular event and this year we have some surprises in store to ensure it is our best yet. With the arrival of spring, so many of us are ready to introduce key pieces into our wardrobes to bring our look bang up-to-date. The Style Show is great as shoppers can get a feel for what is going to be big in fashion and beauty in the coming months, and they can see for themselves what trends excite and inspire them – be it a chic ‘cold shoulder’ top, stylish shirt dress, or a seasonal update for the ever versatile denim trend.
“This spring and summer, trends really are so diverse there will be something for everyone. Whether you want to swoon over the latest 70’s revival romance looks, update your office wardrobe with the ankle grazer or culottes length trouser, add a little metallic shimmer, or be bold with bright colour creations we can’t wait to introduce you to spring and summer at Telford Shopping Centre.”
The Spring Style Show gets underway on Friday 8th April with the first catwalk show taking place in Sherwood Square at 11am, and at regular intervals throughout the three days. To keep up-to-date and to find out more including store offers and events go to www.telfordshopping.co.uk or check out the Centre’s Twitter and Facebook feeds.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]