Trunk show n. a special sale in which vendors present merchandise directly to customers at a unique venue.
Children’s Trunk Show n. a very special sale where fabulous women entrepreneurs from around the city present their creative wares for children, family and home.
In case you missed it last week, you’ll enjoy our top picks from the show this year.
Just for Mom
Looking for a way to accessorize your summer white t-shirt collection? Eliza Perry has some lovely and affordable jewelry options that will add just the right amount of style to your look. We like the Shell Circle necklace ($40) because it makes a big impact for little money. Don’t forget to check out the rings and bracelets too.
Good to Know: you can buy the pendants separately and mix and match with different chains. www.elizaperry.com
Mostly for Girls
Devorah Miller, the owner and designer of Red Thread Design is a self proclaimed fabriholic but we know she is also someone who knows what moms and kids need when it comes to clothes. Her designs are aesthetically beautiful and simple but she takes it a step further. The caterpillar dress is one that lasts, and we don’t mean just the usual three months. It actually lasts for over three years because the dress ($52) morphs to the needs of your daughter as she grows and develops. Stage one is a dress, stage two a shorter tunic and stage three is a cute swing top to go with leggings or jeans. Now if that is not savvy, we’re not sure what is.
Good to Know: there are lots of other cool items for sale on the website including the boys sock monkey t’s. www.redthreaddesign.ca
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