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Seasonably Chic Showcase Sneak Peek: Elizabeth’s Closet

Our Seasonably Chic Showcase event is almost here! From now until the event, I’ll be randomly selecting some of the vendors we’ll have at the show to give you a sneak peek of what you can find at the show! Today, I’m highlighting Elizabeth’s Closet.

Liz Cook, the owner, just sent out this email yesterday promoting that she will be at the event – and one lucky visitor to her booth will win a $25 gift certificate to Elizabeth’s Closet!

I have personally shopped at Elizabeth’s Closet several times, and I’ve purchased some of my favorite handbags and jewelry there. Like the amazing Marlaina Stone necklace I’m wearing in the picture below. It goes with everything and it’s such a conversation piece too (it beautifully mixes pearls, stones and chains – I love it!). Liz has great taste, so I can’t wait to see what all she’ll have at her booth this year!


Indie Pop Up Market at Kenwood Towne Centre

I’m so excited! My favorite local mall and my favorite local boutiques and designers are joining forces for an event this weekend! It’s called the “Indie Collection Kenwood: Pop Up Market” and it’s going on this Friday and Saturday at Kenwood Towne Centre. Local designers such as Amy Kirchen with ALK Fashion and local boutiques such as Elizabeth’s Closet will be there showcasing their wares. So, bring your mom, take her shopping at the Indie event and let her pick out something special for Mother’s Day! Here are all the details:

Friday, May 6, 2011
Saturday, May 7, 2011
10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Kenwood Towne Centre
(Lower level in front of Macy’s and Center Court)
7875 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236

An Artisans Event: enjoy unique specialty and one-of-a-kind jewelry, apparel, handbags, decor and more from local artisans!

For more information call Kelly Koeller at 513.745.9100

Marlaina Stone at Elizabeth’s Closet

For my loyal Cincy Chic readers, Elizabeth’s Closet boutique should be pretty familiar, considering how many times we’ve written about them/featured them in events. For those of you who are new to Cincy Chic, you can find a good summary of the boutique here.

The Mt. Adams-based boutique is best known for its wide variety of jewelry from all over the world. It’s also known as the shopping escape above Daveed’s Restaurant (it’s located upstairs!). Delish food, beautiful bling… best… place… ever!

Funny story how Elizabeth’s Closet started, too. The owner, Liz, used to stash some of her shopping finds in the unused space above the restaurant. Occasionally, people would compliment her jewelry, and being the good business woman she is, she’d sell it right off her body, and go upstairs and put something else on. Then word got out that her jewelry was for sale, so she started buying multiples and using the upstairs for inventory. Then she made shopping trips to NYC, Las Vegas and even abroad to get more and more unique things for her inventory. Eventually, she made it into an official boutique upstairs! She has lots of fun events, and lots of great sales. She even does home parties if you want!

She has an email list too (you can get on it by going to her site and signing up).  And she just emailed about a new arrival that I’m completely in love with – the new collection by Marlaina Stone. Although the designers pieces can be pretty pricey at Nordstrom, running up to about $500, Elizabeth’s Closet offers the jewelry for much less. The pieces are really unique, and for those who love standing out, this collection is great for you. I’ve included a  photos of some of the pieces.  I really looooove the “earthy” one – so unique!

This piece runs for $295-$495 at Nordstrom, and just $150 at Elizabeth’s Closet!

This unique and “earthy” piece is just $125! (click to enlarge)

Thanks to BreeAnna Smith, my intern, for helping put this blog post together.

12 Days of Seasonably Chic Showcase: Day 3

It’s hard to believe, but the Nov. 6 Seasonably Chic Showcase is three itty bitty days away! The Tri-State’s best boutiques and vendors will be there for all your one-stop shopping needs. So, here’s a sneak peek of some of the vendors you’ll see there, and my favorite things they offer!

Founded upon the principles of creating trendy, vintage style accessories, FENNOfashion offers trendy and earth-friendly products through their online store. Megan Fenno, the owner and designer of FENNOfashion, is a Cincinnati native who works to be an active part of the community and raise environmental awareness. She’s so great, Cincy Chic featured Megan as the 2009 Fashion Woman of the Year! So, when you give someone FENNOfashion accessories, you can tell them it’s award winning and eco-friendly fashion! For me, earrings are a necessity and there were so many to choose from here. But, I found the pair that are a must-have… nothing like I’ve ever seen before! These Amber Teardrop Mesh Earrings are the perfect way to dress up those casual tee’s, or add a hint of glamor to your regular Saturday night. Either way you look at it, these are the one thing a girl needs to spice up her wardrobe!

Sweet Petit Desserts
This week is our “Sweets Issue” on Cincy Chic. So, as I edited the stories, it very difficult to not consume my weight in cupcakes. One story in particular this week is about Sweet Petit Desserts, and it interviews Owner Taren Kinebrew for the story behind her bite-size desserts – click here to read it! Made from the finest ingredients, the utmost care and a whole lot of love, Sweet Petit Desserts are luxurious bite sized treats bursting with flavor. Taren makes them small so you can indulge without overindulging. (I was wondering how she can be around sweets all day and stay so skinny!) With cheesecake pops, to brownie bites,  petit fours, to chocolate covered strawberries–Sweet Petit offers you any sweet treat you need for your upcoming holidays events. Their products are almost too cute to eat! Shown here is a display of some of their many desserts, check them out at the Seasonably Chic Showcase on Nov. 6th to find your favorite!

Tastefully Simple by Anna Weinel
My parents live out of town, so when they come in for holidays, the last thing I want to do is spend all that precious time in the kitchen. Tastefully Simple has the solution! If you haven’t heard of it before, they have wide variety of easy-to-prepare foods designed to help people spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying the rest of their lives. Most of the foods just require you to add one or two ingredients, stir and you’re done! You can find their  products through independent consultants like Anna Weinel. Find something tasty for yourself, or buy holiday gifts for your loved ones. Offering recipes and mixes, Tastefully Simple will leave you wanting more! Following along with my other festive choices, I could not stop looking at their Cranberry Apple Cobbler mix. I could smell the scent of the holiday through the pictures! Just buy the mix and you only have to add butter and water to prepare the perfect holiday dish! Take one look at this picture, and tell me you can resist this!

Elizabeth’s Closet-Baubles, Bling, & More
If you have found yourself craving the ultimate pair of earrings or the most fabulous handbag to escort you to your holiday affairs, Elizabeth’s Closet has just the selection you need! Also, for all those glamorous wine lovers in your life, supply them with the chicest new way to carry their favorite selection to their holiday parties. Let them arrive in style with this Be Cool Gold Wine or Champagne cooler. Whether it’s clothing, jewelry, handbags, or wine accessories that you desire, Elizabeth’s Closet offers the hottest selection of baubles, bling, and more. It is the perfect stop for your girl’s night out, as they will serve you and your girlfriends with the seasons hottest bags and jewelry to compliment your favorite looks!

The Seasonably Chic Showcase will be on November 6th at The Pheonix downtown from 10 am to 3 pm. This event brings 40 of the Tri-State’s best boutiques and vendors–for women, men, children, and pets–all under one roof for one day of spectacular shopping! The best thing about it? It’s free to get in! Just bring a canned good for the Freestore food bank! Click Here to RSVP!

PS: thanks to my intern, Brittany Daulton, for helping me put this blog together.