Janel Parrish Wore Hamel to the Teen Choice Awards

Janel Parrish Wore Hamel to the Teen Choice Awards
Did you see Janel Parrish at the Teen Choice Awards? Parrish, best known for her role in ‘Pretty Little Liars’ looked stunning in a white cutout Hamel dress on the blue carpet. It’s no wonder why she was recently chosen to play Sandy in the upcoming ‘Grease’ movie. She’s got the beauty and the overall look not to mention the talent to back it up.
Want to know more about Hamel? When designer Melina Harris founded the fashion house Hamel, she envisioned sophisticated, sexy evening wear for the modern woman. Hamel’s sultry silhouettes illuminate the female figure and emphasize the elegance of a woman’s shape and curves.  Details include seductively placed cutouts, skin-bearing paneling, thigh-high slits, and deep plunging necklines.  Hamel’s designs lie at the intersection of form and function.  As a frequent traveler herself, comfort is essential to Harris. Key fabric selections enable dresses to go straight from a suitcase to a red carpet event. For more information, please visit Hamel’s website for more info.
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