USA National Miss Pageants Finals Highlight Looks

Miss Trending Looks from the USA National Miss Pageant Nationals held in Orlando, Florida, July 2018

USA National Miss Pageants Finals Highlight Looks

Taylor Williams, Maryland delegate, turned heads on the runway with this custom-made jumpsuit by Michele Blanchard.  If there was a couture category and we were the judges, Williams would have our vote.  The cascading, ruffled, floor-length bell sleeves were ultra refreshing in a sea of standard choices:  capes, over skirts, and peek-a-boo mid drifs.  Williams deserves applause for her creativity, risk, and fashion-forward attitude.

She later changed into a blue, beaded sleeveless, deep v sheath, with a horse hair trumpet for the evening wear finals.  It was a safe, standard, predictable look.  All is forgiven as Williams custom jumpsuit by Michele Blanchard more than made up for it.  Taylor Williams in Michele Blanchard couture is the fashion-forward face that helps USA National Miss pageant live up to its styling as a fashion-forward national pageant organization.

Jaelynn Holtz, USA National Miss Ohio 2018 delegate, competed for the national title in a gown by Panoply.  And latter on that evening, she donned a sleeveless gown with a deep v-neck, beaded bodice and satin skirt in champagne.

Caitlin Detreville, New Jersey delegate, in a Sherri Hill two-piece beaded fringe mini-skirt set brings life to the state.

Charlene Westfall, Buckeye State delegate, went for a head-to-toe white lace, sleeveless jumpsuit with a high neck and halter top neckline and two piece cape.

Jenna Elliott, Vermont delegate, donned a gown with a deep-v, beaded bodice, capped sleeves and a flowing skirt in white.  Earlier, she was seen in a beaded, black, slim-fit jumpsuit with over skirt.  She gave us two hair looks that fit each look.

Michaela Abelgas, Florida and later Miss USA National Miss title winner, was a blast of sunshine in a yellow sheath gown complimented by a beaded sweetheart neckline with cold shoulder straps and attached cape.  She swapped it out later for a white romper with a cathedral-length train.

Nicky Kandola, Virginia delegate,  gave us to head-to-toe lace in white sheath dress and satin over skirt.

Faith Behanna, Sun Coast delegate, brought it in a romper in red with a two piece cape.


  1. I dont know why I ever stopped watching televised pageants! I used to loveeee watching them – haha! I think it’s cause I totally wanted to be a pageant girl when I was growing up!

  2. I liked seeing all the pictures at the end rounded up. So many beautiful designs. I could definitely see myself wearing some of these dresses! Granted I have the right event to go to haha.


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