Pursuing a lifelong passion for fashion
Nettie Palace (center) celebrates with Castle Pines Village friends and neighbors who modeled in her first Etcetera fashion show, held at The Country Club at Castle Pines.
By Amy Shanahan; photos by Cindy Cranstone
Nettie Palace is a Castle Pines Village resident who has had an obsession with fashion since she was 11 years old. After leaving the corporate world in 2014, Palace sought out various fashion designers and concepts in order to begin a new career. Etcetera clothing immediately appealed to her. “What impressed me is that the clothes are designed after large designers like Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli and many more, but the price point is more than half off the major designers.”
Etcetera clothing is sold by fashion consultants at home-based parties, allowing for a more personal shopping experience. Palace remarked, “The quality and the fact that the fabrics are imported from Europe make this clothing line appealing to almost every woman that is interested in feeling good. Sizes range from zero to 16, so there is something for everyone.”
On February 17, Palace was thrilled to host a fashion show featuring Etcetera clothing for her friends and community members at the Country Club at Castle Pines. “The fashion show was a great success!” exclaimed Palace. “The women loved the clothing line, we had a great turnout, and the models did such a great job.”|
Palace has lived in Castle Pines Village for 10 years and values the beautiful setting that allows her to enjoy her three other passions, biking, hiking and playing golf. For more information about Etcetera, visit www.Etcetera.com, and to reach Palace to schedule a personal shopping experience, please call her at 720-390-0508.
Nettie Palace is thoroughly enjoying her new career as a fashion consultant for Etcetera clothing. She is pictured here with her supportive husband Jay following her fashion show debut in Castle Pines Village.