Thursday, January 17, 2008
What is a Trunk Show (and why should I care)?
If you take a quick look at September's Bride's calendar, you'll see that we have two Trunk Shows scheduled for this spring. Perhaps you're wondering what a Trunk Show is and what it means to you as a bride.
A Trunk Show is when a designer provides his/her new and favorite gowns to a bridal boutique for a (very) limited period of time. Typically, this group of gowns will travel from store to store. It is a big deal for a boutique to warrant a trunk show, as it means that that particular boutique is respected by the designer.
For the bride, this means that a bridal store will have approximately a dozen gowns in the store that they wouldn't have normally and that you can try them on, learn more about the designer, and order a gown out of a special collection. Sometimes, a discount is offered on gowns ordered during the Trunk Show, too!
For our first scheduled Trunk Show this spring, by Novissima, you will have a chance to preview the gowns at our Open House Event on February 7 (see previous post for more info). You may then make an appointment to try on the gowns on February 8 & 9. (We will reserve a fitting room for walk-ins, too!)
Lace, vintage, unique, classic, glamorous, European; if any of these words describe what you're looking for in a gown, you simply must plan on attending this Trunk Show! We will be offering a 10% discount on all Novissima gowns ordered during the Show. We will also be showing veils by designer Jennifer Leigh that will complement the gowns beautifully!
September's Bride...a fresh approach to formal
Posted by Tami Parks at 8:10 AM