Tara's Joyce Giaconia strut around the ballroom at Tara Golf and Country Club showing off a chic outfit from Chico's.
She smiled and struck a pose in the center of the room before returning back down the main aisle and making her way around the sides of the ballroom so everyone could see.
"It's exciting," said Giaconia, who was a model in two previous Tara Golf and Country Club Fall Fashion Shows. "This means it's the beginning of the fall and holiday season. It brings back all of our snowbirds and neighbors to kick-off the season."
Joyce Yancey, the coordinator of the show, was thrilled to see about 200 people attend. She said it was one of the highest attended Tara Golf and Country Club Fashion Show in the past few years.
The fashion show raised funds for Southeastern Guide Dogs, a nonprofit that breeds, raises and trains guide dogs, service dogs and skilled companion dogs for veterans and those with disabilities.