Agent 99 boutique put a sparkle in my eye (literally) this past weekend with their annual Holiday Dress Trunk Show: a three day charity event that combines fashion with philanthropy. This year, a donation to the FoodBank gave shoppers 20% off of any regular priced dress. The dress selection was phenomenal to say the least, with enough glitzy numbers to make even the most modest of dress shoppers (such as myself) fall in love with the glamour of a flashy frock.

I rounded up the insanely talented photographer Patrick RoDee and three beautiful models for a photo shoot to showcase some of the most desirable dresses at Agent 99.  I had hundreds of beautiful dresses to choose from, which meant that the decision making process was exceptionally difficult. But hey, I’m not complaining – a day surrounded by dresses is a good day in my books. I selected my final choices from brands such as Mink Pink and TFNC London—they’re classic, timeless, and (most importantly) stand out numbers. So whether you need a dress for a holiday party, a night on the town, or for no reason in particular (it’s O.K. to buy a dress just because) Agent 99 boutique is fabulosity guaranteed.

L to R: Tabatha wears Ark & Co Baroque Blazer $145 + TFNC Elida dress $95, TFNC Cameo dress $135




L to R: Jaclyn wears Mink Pink “There She Goes” dress $115 + Agent 99 necklace, Agent 99 Chain Peplum dress $85


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L to R: Taryn wears TFNC Stacy Embellished Dress $165, TFNC Halo Midi Lace Dress $115





Special thanks to the staff at Agent 99 for all of their time and patience, Kristen Halliday for all of her help/ putting up with me, Patrick RoDee for his incredible talent and professionalism, and models Taryn Montagano, Tabatha Montagano and Jacyln Sanscartier for being so fierce!


Yours creatively,

Abi Conners, Online Editor 


Photography: Patrick RoDee

Creative Direction: Abi Conners

See more of Pat’s awesome work here. 

In love with the dresses just as much as we are? Check out Agent 99 boutique hereor visit them in store at 244 Princess Street.

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