Frocked out at Frock Shop last weekend for the debut trunk show of glam.spoon's new line of Saturday Market Dresses. I'm serious...the dresses were FROCKING awesome! Check out all that color! My favorite was the grey one shown below...mostly because I'm addicted to grey, but also because of the awesome story behind that fabric.
Tina, the designer, created the fabric herself using Spoonflower...a very cool website where you can design and have your own fabric printed. The print is based on a photo of a rose that Tina grew in her yard and photographed. She manipulated the image to come up with that gorgeous print. Then she had it printed and made a dress out of it. To quote her..."Talk about homegrown!" The accent fabric on the cuffs and the hems are recycled. Love!
And here's another great head piece by Frock Shop's very own Suzy Fairchild.
As if the frocks themselves weren't awesome enough...here are some adorable mixed media pieces by artist Stephanie Schultz featuring vintage patterns...love this whole series!
Here's another outfit I loved...the whole sh-bang...crisp little cardi tucked into a vintage-inspired dress with awesome jewelry. Yes, that's a deer head pendant...I would love to wear it and see how many people compliment me on my nice rack! wink.
And speaking of a nice rack...check out this rack of one-of-a-kind glam.spoon pieces...all on sale too!
The details really make the pieces...I love love love the ruffles.
After the trunk show, I was starving, so I detoured on my way home and hit Burgermaster for a big ol' burgermaster with cheese....it's a real drive-in, so they actually clip a tray to your car window and play old-timey music...great way to end the night! (And really, what's a blog post without some mention of food???)
If you've never been to Frock Shop, check it out. It's adorable. The clothes are awesome. And Suzy, the owner, is super nice. She's got great taste and can help you find the perfect frock. Now go on...get off the computer and Frock On! XOXO, Cindi