Acorns Trunk Shows
While it may seem like the pandemic marched into March and changed everything, many businesses on the Plateau are presenting as much normalcy and agreeable distractions as possible.
One of those pleasant opportunities is found at Acorns – The Shop at Old Edwards Inn. Scheduled in October are two anticipated trunk shows.
The first, scheduled for October 2-18, is a P. Taylor Shirting Event. Sinéad Proscia, Acorns’ assistant manager, explained that, “P. Taylor makes modern, wearable clothing for every occasion that flatters the woman’s body. They ensure that all their clothes are made to never pull at the chest, arms, or shoulders.”
Significantly, a collaboration between Acorns’ owners/buyers and P. Taylor resulted in what is dubbed The Old Edwards Shirt. It’s described on the Acorns website as combining “all our favorite shirts into one.”
Proscia said the shirt is, “A customer favorite! It’s exclusively sold at Acorns and is available in a variety of colors.” Proscia said wearers of the Old Edwards Shirt point out that it becomes their “preferred button up shirt.” The P. Taylor Shirting Event will showcase the company’s distinct offerings.
Then, October 9-11, the spotlight is on Erin Gray’s jewelry collection.
With an academic background in fashion, design, and marketing, Gray established a line that Proscia described as “nature inspired … classically stylish. Her main goal is to create quality products that embody her sense of style and to give back to the causes close to her heart. Erin Gray contributes to childhood cancer patients and their families through CURE Childhood Cancer with each sale.
“Trunk show season is my favorite time of the year. It’s a great way for us to share the latest collections from our designers with the customer. They’re always such an enjoyable experience; each show is truly unique!”
Face coverings are required at Acorns, and employees practice the utmost in health safety standards.
Acorns is open to the public daily, 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. For information on future trunk shows, visit acornshighlandsnc.com.