Trunk Shows

The Wardrobe becomes more service-oriented every month & every year:

Style coaching, free events of all types and great trunk shows from our designers!

Our shoppers know that a trunk show allows you to have it your way, putting looks together in a way that makes you successfully and impressively attired. They allow you to ‘be the buyer’, focusing on colors that work for you and sizing that is just right.

Some additional benefits of our trunk shows:

  • Free gift with purchase
  • Occasional gift card drawing
  • Refreshments
  • Informal modeling
  • Free shipping on all orders
  • EDUCATION: “Style is an on-going journey that allows us to know ourselves and learn how to express ourselves through color and head-to-toe authentic apparel and accessories.” – Heather Caswell

2017 Calendar; Trunk Shows:


March 3-7

 

Sympli’s Spring 2017 women’s fashion collection will be featured in a special trunk show Friday, March 3rd through Tuesday, March 7 at The Wardrobe. This first trunk show of the year was set by owner, Heather Caswell, because of the line’s “impeccably flattering and comfortable fit… perfect for Spring!”

The body-friendly, soft flowing silhouettes in this line will be revealed in 30 or more colors, and all garments are made in Canada from start to finish. Caswell is known for her strong alliance with U.S. and North American designers and manufacturers.

Designs shared during the trunk show will be available from size 2 to 22. Sympli’s popularity comes from the designers who literally, “shape each garment on multiple women (because) flattering fit is an evolution and we don’t cut corners.”

Refreshments and personal styling will be going on throughout the five-day event and there will be a gift with every Sympli purchase.

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April 8

Spring women’s fashions sewn and dyed to order in San Francisco at the Cut Loose
factory will be featured during the Saturday, April 8 spring/summer trunk show event at The Wardrobe.

“Nineteen flattering spring color options in their famous easy-care fabrics and flattering
implied shape fit makes this an exciting show,” explains Heather Caswell, owner and
style coach at The Wardrobe.

Even the history of the Cut Loose San Francisco factory is interesting — the company started in the late 1970s as a street vendor of T-shirts and drawstring pants on Fisherman’s Wharf.  At the time, they were dying their own colors in a claw footed bath tub.  The line is “known for fun dressing in a relaxed style…clothes that are simple to launder and easy to pack, unpack and wear.”

Cutloose clothing trunk show at the wardrobe


* Trunk shows from previous years at The Wardrobe are featured on our Events Page *