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Allstate 1Exhibiting at a trade show for an entire day or longer can take a toll on you, both mentally and physically.  It’s hard work, but so rewarding. What’s also challenging about trade shows is finding the perfect outfit to wear that is both professional and fashionable, but also comfortable.

Recently, three of our associates exhibited at a show for their client, Allstate, and demonstrated that it’s possible to accomplish the task of being stylish, professional, and comfortable all day long with apparel from Summit Group. 

In the top photograph, you’ll find Account Managers Heather Morris and Stacy Krupa modeling the “Amelia” alongside Allstate’s Mayhem! This spandex woven tunic is accented with contrast buttoned epaulette 3/4 sleeves and three-button Y-neckline. Features also include inverted pleats at the shoulder and back yoke, and a rounded drop tail.  Visit our Pinterest Page for a closer view of this flattering shirt!

Allstate 2For the second day of the show, Heather, Stacy and Program Manager Marilyn Weglowski added a little sparkle to their wardrobe with the “Elizabeth”. This women’s boyfriend cardigan sweater is made of 75% rayon/16% nylon /9% metallic that gives it that shimmer. This item also features rib-knit trim, coordinating metal buttons and two pockets. Don’t these ladies look so comfortable all while remaining stylish and professional?  It’s a winning piece! Visit our Pinterest Page again for a closer look.

If you are interested in these two pieces or would like additional options on what to wear on the show floor, contact your Account Executive or e-mail marketing@summitmg.com today!

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