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.