Grace wore a black and white gingham jumper style dress with a pink gingham bib and puffed gingham sleeves in a contrasting orange/brown. The color palette of this striking outfit may have been a little odd, but it certainly managed to catch one’s attention.

The dress was given an updated and more current edge by a long pencil skirt that skimmed her ankles, her hair pulled high in “dog ears” and retro pale yellow platform sandals tied with big bows at the ankles completed the ensemble.

Grace looked like a modern day Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm with sass! (An outfit Stargirl might have worn?) 😛

Standing in front of what is becoming her signature bower of flowers, Grace let everyone know that girls are welcome to the world of ukuleles! (Spoiler alert: Boys too!)

The styling for Grace’s look was carefully referenced (dress by Kenzo, styling by Elkin, and hair and makeup by Holly Gowers) indicating the deliberate planning that went into the overall presentation.

In an additional photo from the event, Grace stood next to another promotional photo for her Fender Signature ukulele series in which she wore a black and white country western shirt with white fringe paired with jeans. The gingham dress and western shirt suggests that at least part of the campaign will be aimed at the country western, country folk, and bluegrass markets.

Overall this look is yet another signature look for Grace. Well done!

 

 

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