Another fun event this weekend was the grand opening of the Trunk Show Chic showroom downtown at the Providence Piers. Trunk Show Chic is a company that sells their own line of new and vintage jewelry, Zoho Couture, and other brands including Chicklet, Varadian Beaded Couture, One Language, Alex and Ani, and In Bloom. Matt, owner of blueflash photography (and my husband) brought the bluecube and it was the hit of the party, second only to all the gorgeous jewelry. Here are some photos from the bluecube... don't you want to rent it for your next party?
As for the jewelry, I can personally vouch for its awesomeness. I drooled over a piece at one of his photo shoots that Trunk Show Chic was providing jewelry for (hair accessories provided by In Bloom) and he very sweetly remembered I loved it and bought it for me for Valentine's Day. It's a Zoho Couture piece, Lucky in Love, and I LOVE it and get tons of compliments on it. I love that it has the Italian horn (that way I can ward off the Malochia) and a giant piece of quartz. Rachel has designed a lot of other fabulous bracelets and necklaces that are equally eye-catching, including this one, which I love because one of its charms is a rhinestone-studded whistle. I also have a set of Alex and Ani expandable bangles, some with charms and some without. For now I've got my eye on this canvas tote screen printed with a bicycle by One Language. Check out the Trunk Show Chic site or book an event at the showroom to take a closer look at all the designs, and visit blueflash to view the rest of the bluecube gallery. So, between the evening of enchantment and this par-tay we had a very busy weekend. I'm looking forward to a low-key couple of days - a work project with the youth group during the day and movie night on Saturday, and church on Sunday. What are your plans for this weekend?