The Southern Women's Show, celebrating there 10th anniversary, was this past weekend and it was amazing! Tons of businesses, celebrities and shoppers packed the convention center downtown Savannah. There was such a large turn-out that the designated parking lot was filled to capacity; the flow over traffic had to park on a deserted race track (true story). No complaints here, the event was so worth it. Chevy was kind enough to loan out some of there newer vehicles for test drives...actually I should rephrase that...Chevy paid attendants to test drive there latest model vehicles. I test drove a camaro and a traverse; the camaro was sweet! But, I was there for a purpose, and that was to check out the fashion. I found a few I just had to share with you guys.
Two friends decided to turn their passion for fashion and jewelry into a business. Even though they live in separate States, they manage to devote the necessary time to promote their venture by attending this year's show. Adjective is the clothing boutique and Additive is the jewelry line (how clever are these names!?)
You can see more handmade and monogram jewelry on Etsy.
Southern Fried Chics:
Bright, vibrant colors for the Spring and Summer can be found at Southern Fried Chics (yet another clever name). I did ask the owner how she came up with the name and she said: "...well, my sister and I were trying to come up with a name and we kept saying it had to have the word 'Southern' in it and then I said, why not Southern fried chics...and it stuck". Visit them online for more selections.
Ruffles are very much on trend for this Spring/Summer
Molas designs are unique handmade textiles which reflect the natural environment of the indigenous Kunas in Colombia and Panama. They also make: shoes, hand bags, leather watches and much more. Visit them on Facebook.
The camaro I test drove.
Don't forget to enter the Firmoo: $30 Voucher Giveaway before Noon, February 22nd.