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Fall fashion, Wildcat style, at Mount Si DECA homecoming show | Photo gallery

 Junior Erin Rylands, left, and Fred Benedix decided to dance instead of posing for their trip down the runway in the Wildcat fall fashion show. - Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo
Junior Erin Rylands, left, and Fred Benedix decided to dance instead of posing for their trip down the runway in the Wildcat fall fashion show.
— image credit: Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

Students walked the runway wearing fashions for all seasons last Wednesday, Oct. 3, at Mount Si High School. The annual DECA Club Homecoming Fashion Show featured both casual and formal wear, modeled by students of all grade levels.

The popular show was presented at all three lunch periods, and again in the evening, for parents and other community members.

Cheerleader Amanda Smith, right, broke out in song between comments from fashion show announcers, senior Jaidyn Mallory, center, and sophomore Troy Chriest.

Bryce Crowe escorts Paige Neether down the runway during the DECA Club's Homecoming fashion show Wednesday at Mount Si High School. Students modeled casual and formal fashions for every season during three lunch periods and in the evening.

Students walked the runway wearing fashions for all seasons during Wednesday lunch periods at Mount Si High School. The annual DECA Club event was also presented during the evening.

This all-DECA lineup at the Homecoming Fashion show Wednesday included, from left: Bryce Crowe, vice-president of merchandising; Drew Hadaller, vice-president of inventory; Kaitlyn Gate, treasurer and CFO; Troy Chriest, vice-president of design; and Matt Mahler, club president.

Paige Neether and Bryce Crowe dance on stage in their Homecoming formal fashions.

Lauren Solene and Fred Benedix created a sensation on the runway during the DECA Homecoming fashion show.

Red shoes: Brianna Bilotta and Cory Cotto prove you don't need formal wear to dance at Homecoming.

 

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