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Carolina Santos Read was born in London and raised in Madrid and Connecticut where she studied at the Casa de Cultura and Eastern CT Ballet. She was in numerous productions including "The Nutcracker," "The Sleeping Beauty" (Young Aurora), "Hoedown" (Cowgirl), and a soloist in Balanchine's "Concerto Barroco." Carolina has attended many summer dance intensives including the Kirov Academy of Ballet, the Juilliard School, Ballet Hispanico, the Carmen Roche ballet school and the Amor de Dios flamenco school in Spain. Carolina was awarded two gold medals with distinction at American Academy of Ballet's Performance Awards, and was recipient of the Shoreline Arts Alliance dance scholarship in 2004.<br /><br />

She graduated from Fordham University with a BFA in dance in conjunction with the Alvin Ailey School and a BA in Political Science. She has worked with choreographers Maximo Luna, Christopher Huggins, Troy Powell, Sylvia Waters, Pascal Rioult, Nathan Trice, Ronald K. Brown, Pedro Ruiz, Robert Battle, Kazuko Hirabayashi, Jacqui Buglisi, and performed Ramon Oller's "Besame" solo set by Irene Hogarth of Ballet Hispanico. In the spring of 2008 she performed as a guest artist with Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater. In August 2008 she performed as tango dancer and dance captain in an Actors Equity (AEA) production of "Evita" at the Ivoryton Playhouse in CT. She then performed with Ballet Hispanico's Senior Ensemble in Manhattan.<br /><br />

Carolina has acted in commercials, film and television including "Beautiful Girls," "The Reflection," and "Friends With Kids" (Chicago dancer) as well as Princess Sophie's Secretary on Season 4 of Gossip Girl, a stewardess in ABC's "Pan Am" pilot, and Johnny's girlfriend on "Tattoo Nightmares." She models for commercial print work and has danced in music videos. In March 2010 Carolina performed in "Canto," an all-women flamenco piece choreographed by Melinda Marquez. April-September 2010 she toured the UK with England's Giffords Circus as dancer and assistant choreographer. She performed in plays "La Revolucion" and "Moctezuma" at NYC's Mint Theater, as well as "The Producers" and "Home for the Holidays" in CT.  She most recently performed a flamenco solo in the 2012 Provincetown Dance Festival and was seen Off-Broadway in 50 Shades! The Musical at the Gramercy Theater. She is currently working in the ghost opera "Circle of Haunts" in NYC, and in March she will once again guest artist with Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater

Fashion

What to Wear this Valentine’s Day

Carolina Santos Read

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 &nbsp;  &nbsp;  In my  Tobi  Leila Laced Scalloped Skater Dress,  Louboutin  heels,  Yves Saint Laurent  medium Kate bag and Cuban heel stockings. Photographed at the Lotte New York Palace Hotel by  Meghan Asselta .&nbsp;
  

In my Tobi Leila Laced Scalloped Skater Dress, Louboutin heels, Yves Saint Laurent medium Kate bag and Cuban heel stockings. Photographed at the Lotte New York Palace Hotel by Meghan Asselta

Hi there! 

With Valentine’s Day coming up many of us wonder what to wear (even when single like I currently am!) because I love holidays. Here is a really fun idea for you. I worked with Tobi clothing on the blog and I styled the Leila laced scalloped skater dress in a sexy vintage way with tan Cuban heel black back seam stockings and a classic black Louboutin Pigalle pump. I finished the look with my YSL medium Kate purse and messy wavy bed hair, a cat eye and a bright red lip. To me a woman in a classic red lip black pump and red dress will always look sexy, and the messy hair shows the look isn’t too fussy either. This dress is a little more revealing than most dresses I wear but I challenged myself to put on something a bit more daring for the occasion.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine’s Day no matter how it’s spent. With friends family a significant other or alone, there’s no right way to spend a day celebrating love. 

Xo,

Carolina