Oh, that fashion from Closet Cloud: BALL REMIXED

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

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Farewell, Go West, here comes Closet Cloud. With a new brand and management, different name, but same location, Closet Cloud is already a hit clothing store for men and women in the capital city of Kingston.

Given that graduation balls are almost upon us, the store has all the right essentials. Though it may be considered unconventional, be assured that it is okay to deviate from big Cinderella dresses, trains and tiaras. Yes, ladies, fashion is ever-changing and dynamic, and sticking to tradition oftentimes will only leave them talking - and not for the good. That being said, if your goal is to be the 'hit' and not a 'miss' for this ball season, teenAGE implores you 'to get wid it!' Get with Closet Cloud.

The spacious store is a comfortable place to browse for some truly exquisite pieces along with the accessories which make styling a one-stop convenience. While browsing, a friendly staff awaits you, adding to the shopping experience. The store accommodates fashionistas both male and female, of all sizes, ranging from sizes extra small to very large. Special mention must be made to the many findings for spring and summer for both sexes. But for now, feast your eyes on some beautiful ladies in some of teenAGE's special selections for this year's graduation ball season. Find out more about the boutique, specials and more at www.facebook.com/theclosetcloud, email at closetcloudjamaica@gmail.com and via instagram@closetcloud

— Chavon Panton

Clothes courtesy of: Closet Cloud, Shop #1 Mall Plaza, 20 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 10

Shoot Location: The home of former Chief Justice Lensley Wolfe

Shoot Co-ordinator: Chavon Panton

Photographer: Keisha Williams

Make-up done by: Rashel Edwards

Models: Yunique Francis, Yolanda Panton, Cleopatra Powell





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