Skechers Boots Sale Pack your cash for trunk shows

Pack your cash for trunk shows

Just in time for holiday shopping, several local b Skechers Boots Sale outiques are hosting trunk shows. Here’s the skinny:

Starting today, Love In Bloom Maternity will debut holiday pieces from “Project Runway” winner Christian Siriano. Siriano’s latest collection includes party perfect looks with asymmetrical cuts and rich, jewel tone fabrics. During the show, shoppers receive 15 percent off all trunk show items. Love in Bloom Maternity is at 4035 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh. The show features pieces, such as jeweled chandelier earrings and gold filigree cuffs, from Tanenbaum’s personal collection. Vermillion is at 4321 102 Lassiter at North Hills Ave., Raleigh.

Designed by Missy Brinegar, LBDB purses and totes have a curvy silhouette reminiscent of their namesake the little black dress. Proceeds from the sale will benefit Dress for Success, a local non profit that provides new and gently used career wear to needy women. Kristen’s will also accept handbag donations for Dress for Success during the event. Gindes, who lives in Raleigh, creates earrings and necklaces of gol Skechers Boots Sale d and silver with colorful stones and gems. Kristen’s Shoe Boutique is at 2045 Renaissance Park Place, Cary. Members of the coll Skechers Boots Sale ective will display some of their pieces during the “Fibra Vitae” exhibition at the Visual Art Exchange Annex in downtown Raleigh. State College of Textiles’ annual Art to Wear fashion show. The Visual Art Exchange Annex is at 207 Wolfe St., Raleigh. During the event, local jewelry designers Johanna Ely from Good Girls Studio, Molly Anderson from Molly Beads and Zulay from ZASS Designs will be on hand with new pieces from their collect Skechers Boots Sale ions. All jewelry will be 25 percent off during the sale, and customers can enjoy drinks and music from DJ Vargo. Adore is at 2246 NW Cary Parkway, Cary. Proceeds from all Bead for Life jewelry pieces benefits the organization, and the women it serves. In addition to jewelry, the gallery will also have works of art by local folk artists available.