Day three of Portland Fashion Week brought the second night of runway shows. Despite a slight delay because of projector issues, last night proved to be a success and a night of all things pretty.

La Vie by Michelle DeCourcy proved to be one of my favorite lines of the night, her fifth look being a pair of risque hot pants that, if you read MOD often, you know I'm a huge fan of.


For those unaware Michelle is a cancer survivor, perhaps that's why we saw a lot of pink last night. This dress reminds me of a Preen dress I saw on All The Pretty Birds just the other day.


I've been on the hunt for a great trouser for months now, HEYYYYOOOO: (See Below).


See the looks by Stephanie D. Couture, Suzabelle, Isaac Hers and Amai Unmei after the jump.

I was expecting to see high end all night, so when Stephanie D. Couture came down the runway, at first I was unimpressed, but once I got in the right mind set, I started seeing pieces I loved. Here are my favorites:

This one is my absolute favorite. I want to order five and I'm not even engaged!


Love this color.


I love black for bridesmaids, and this one adds an interesting hem.


Next was Isaac Hers, a small show by comparison to the other designers, yet I enjoyed what looked like suede or micro suede dresses and the zipper details.



And now for my favorite designer of the night...Drumroll please...Suzabelle! I'm a casual kind of gal, and this line had it all. Fitted shorts, wearable dresses, flowy skirts, cutesy heart prints, and even a great structured trench. I can't say enough good things about this line; just take a look for yourself.




Last but not least came Amai Unmei. With a professional working girl ascetic, and a black and white pallet, many of the looks could have easily been taken from day to night in a snap!


Hot legging!


Stand out dress.