If you are in the market for a wedding gown, you may have seen invitations to trunk shows. And you may be wondering, what is a trunk show, and should I go to one?
A trunk show is typically one or two days, where the designer or their representative travels to a bridal salon to showcase their new line. Most salons have limited space for display and may not be able to have an entire line on hand - this gives you a chance to see more variety from a designer.
- Make an appointment! Time slots usually fill up fast.
- Talk to the designer or their rep about changes you'd like made to the dress - they should be able to easily tell you what will work and what won't.
- Ask about discounts. There may be special incentives for ordering at the trunk show, or you might get those little changes (adding length, changing the neckline, etc.) thrown in for free.
Our friends at Sharon Batten are having a Ramona Keveza trunk show this weekend. Call the shop at (904) 285-4544 for more details.