High Meadows Golf & Country Club is well-known for its spectacular golf course, where players worry more about having a good set of clubs than a high-fashion golf shirt. But our community isn’t only focused on golf. We also pride ourselves on hosting fine dinners and fun community events that not only bring people together, but also give an opportunity to dress a little different than you might on the golf course! Whether you’re headed out for nice dinner at the clubhouse for dinner or getting together for a party with friends, there are plenty of occasions where a fashion-forward wardrobe can come in handy.
The best part is you don’t have to drive all the way to Winston-Salem or Charlotte to visit a boutique with high-end fashions. We have two nice stores right here in Roaring Gap, DB Designs and The Posh Fox, that provide a selection of clothes, shoes, and accessories to have you ready to put your best food forward at any occasion.
On November 11, High Meadows Golf & Country Club hosted a fashion show to highlight selections from both stores and give the community a sneak peek at some of this winter’s biggest trends. The afternoon included a wonderful luncheon with a menu of butternut squash soup, cobb salad, and a dessert trio. After lunch attendees were treated to a fashion show with select items from DB Designs and The Posh Fox.
“We were able to highlight some of our newest items from popular designers including Tyler Boe and Clara Sunwoo,” said Debbi Shelburne. “We had our models wearing a variety of faux fur capes and vests, warm dresses and fun boots, to show that you can look great while staying warm up in the mountains.”
Faux fur and boots from brands including Dav and Wellies are popular items. These boots are a stylish way to stay warm and dry on the coldest of days, and keep your feet protected in the snow and ice.
The event drew a large crowd of 73 people from the High Meadows community, with many community members also serving as models. “Being a part of this fashion show was absolutely wonderful,” Debbi said. “Since then we’ve seen a lot of new faces in our store, people from Sparta who hadn’t come shop here before.”