Kelsey Hellebuyck of Kansas City bought her dress at an antique mall in the River Market. “It had no hanger appeal,” she said. “But I knew that on, it could be something. And it was really cool because it didn’t have a tag, so I know it’s very old.” Her style is all over the map, based on what she feels like wearing that day — “eclectic but with a classic twist.”
Kelsey Hellebuyck of Kansas City bought her dress at an antique mall in the River Market. “It had no hanger appeal,” she said. “But I knew that on, it could be something. And it was really cool because it didn’t have a tag, so I know it’s very old.” Her style is all over the map, based on what she feels like wearing that day — “eclectic but with a classic twist.” Roy Inman Special to the Star
Kelsey Hellebuyck of Kansas City bought her dress at an antique mall in the River Market. “It had no hanger appeal,” she said. “But I knew that on, it could be something. And it was really cool because it didn’t have a tag, so I know it’s very old.” Her style is all over the map, based on what she feels like wearing that day — “eclectic but with a classic twist.” Roy Inman Special to the Star

A night at the opera: Kansas City’s best fashion

September 23, 2016 07:00 AM

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