Here’s the master list for the Miss America "Show Me Your Shoes" parade today at noon at the Arch de Triumph outside Paris Las Vegas. Not all of the contestants had reached a decision on what  they would be wearing as costumes or shoe theme:

ALABAMA Ashley Davis Shoe will be decorated with peanuts. Her escort will be dressed as Mr. Peanut. (Alabama is the peanut capital).
ALASKA Abby Hancock.
ARIZONA Kathryn Bulkley Cactus and desert theme.
ARKANSAS Alyse Eady Not really wearing a costume, but she will have a Razorback-themed shoe in tribute to University of Arkansas footbal. Escort possibly wearing a Razorback “hoghat.
CALIFORNIA Arianna Afsar Arianna will be dressed as Marilyn Monroe. Shoe will be decorated as the HOLLYWOOD sign. Her escort will be dressed as Lucille Ball.
COLORADO Melaina Shipwash.
CONNECTICUT Brittany Decker.
DELAWARE Kayla Martell Kayla will wear a silver sequin gow. Shoe is a silver pump, decorated with silver crystal.(Delaware is known as the “Diamond State”).
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Stephanie Williams.
FLORIDA Jaclyn Raulerson.
GEORGIA Christina McCauley Gone with the Wind theme. Christina will be dressed as Scarlett O’Hara. Shoe is a lace-up black boot, with the crown sewn into the top.
HAWAII Jalee Fuselier.
IDAHO Kylie Kofoed.
ILLINOIS Whitney Thorpe-Klinsky.
INDIANA Gabrielle Reed.
IOWA Pauli Mayfield.
KANSAS Lauren Werhan.
KENTUCKY Djuan Trent.
LOUISIANA Kelsi Crain.
MAINE Arikka Knights.
MARYLAND Lindsay Staniszewski — Theme is America in Miniature. Lindsay will be dressed as a pin-up sailor girl. Shoe is decorated as the American Flag, complete with firework. Maryland is the home of the Naval Academy.(The Star Spangled Banner was written in Maryland).
MASSACHUSETTS Loren Rabinowitz Loren and her escort will be dressed as Pilgrims. Shoe is the Turkey. Plymouth Rock.
MICHIGAN Katie LaRoche.
MINNESOTA Kathryn Knuttila.
MISSISSIPPI Sarah Beth James.
MISSOURI Erika Hebron.
MONTANA Kacie West Kacie will be dressed as a Fly Fisherman. Shoe is the fish on the pole. Montana is famous for its beautiful mountain streams and fly fishing.
NEBRASKA Teresa Scanlan.
NEVADA Cris Crotz Cris is wearing a show-girl costume by Show-Off Las Vegas. Cris will present a state-themed shoe…. It will be Silver (to represent the Silver State), adorned with Las Vegas flair, including rhinestones, poker chips and a feather boa.
NEW HAMPSHIRE Krystal Muccioli.
NEW JERSEY Ashleigh Udalovas Ashleigh will be wearing a couture tomato costume, complete with tomato vines that will decorate the shoe (Known as the “Garden State,” New Jersey is famous for its tomatoes).
NEW MEXICO Madison Tabet.
NEW YORK Claire Buffie Claire will be dressed as a “Crazy NY Tourist”. Shoe is a Broadway Playbil. Her escort will be dressed as the Statue of Liberty.
NORTH DAKOTA Beth Dennison.
OHIO Becky Minger.
OKLAHOMA Emoly West.
OREGON Stephanie Denise Steers.
PENNSYLVANIA Courtney Thomas Courtney will be dressed in a foil-like costume and her shoe is a Hershey Kiss. (Hershey, PA is home of the Hershey Chocolate Factory).
PUERTO RICO Mariselle Morales.
RHODE ISLAND Deborah Saint-Vil.
SOUTH CAROLINA Desiree Leigh Puglia.
SOUTH DAKOTA Loren Vaillancourt Loren will be outfitted as a Sturgis motorcycle girl, complete with authentic Sturgis moto rally shirt. Shoe is a black leather boot with Mt. Rushmore popping out the top and motorcycles racing around the bottom. Escort will probably dress in biker gear as well (The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is a popular annual event that takes place in the Black Hills of South Dakota, near Mt. Rushmore.)
TENNESSEE Nicole Jordan.
TEXAS Ashley Melnick.
UTAH Christina Lowe.
VERMONT Caroline Bright.
VIRGIN ISLANDS Sheniqua Robinson.
VIRGINIA Caitlin Uze Caitlin will be dressed as Cupid. Shoe will be incorporated into Cupid’s Arrow. (Virginia has the slogan, "Virginia is for lovers.")
WASHINGTON Jacquie Brown Jacquie will wear an apple blossom girl costume, straw hat, pigtails. Shoe will be decorated as a bushel of apples (Washington produces more than 100 million apples per year).
WISCONSIN Kimberly Sawyer Kimberly will be dressed as a Green Bay “Packer Princess” in tribute to the Packers football team. Shoe will be mounted onto a Cheesehead, complete with Lombardi trophy.
WYOMING Alicia Grove. 

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