Bridal Buzz: Trunk Show Updates and New Native Nail Polish

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In New Orleans this week, two trunk shows will be hosted and a new nail polish line has made its debut.

We reported last week that Town and Country Bridal will host a Romona Keveza trunk show Sept. 27-18. A member of the Romona Keveza team will be on site to give brides an exclusive styling session, and special pricing and incentives will be applied during the show. Appointments are required to view the collection. Book through the store’s website here or by calling the store at 504-523-7027.

Additionally, Bliss Bridal New Orleans announced it extended the Justin Alexander trunk show until Sept. 28. The show features the Spring/Summer 2020 collection with a 10 percent discount on all Justin Alexander gowns. Brides must have an appointment to view the collection. Book by calling the store at 504-592-7507.

Not a trunk show alert, but Wedding Belles Nola shared on their Instagram page the arrival of five new Jenny Yoo NYC dresses to the Magazine Street store. Not a trunk show with incentives, but this is an opportunity to see a handful of new designer gowns to the store. Wedding Belles is located at 3632 Magazine St. and can be reached at 504-891-1005 or their website here: weddingbellesnola.com.

 

In other news, Native Polish – the locally-made, vegan, cruelty and “10 free” (meaning it does not contain the 10 harmful chemicals most nail polishes contain) nail polish company – announced its Fall/Winter 2019 collection. The collection includes eight new colors with their New Orleans-related names and colors. The line includes a neutral palette and bold palette, which gives a little something for everyone.

Collection includes (photo L to R):

Moss – a neutral, grey shade

Magnolia – a silvery, grey neutral

Mahalia – a light pink

Muse – a tan shade

Pontalba – a bright red, orange

Picayune – a shimmery grey

Palmer – a red wine shade

Preservation – a dark green

 

Locations and more information on Native Polish can be found at their website here: nativenailpolish.com.

 

 

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