Audrey Grace, a boutique based in Jackson, Mississippi, and Small Girls PR have come together to bring NYC some of the cutest designs around in an amzing pop-up shop featuring designers such as Erin Fetherston, Rachel Antonoff, Vivetta, It's Okay My Dear, Orla Kiely, Lauren Moffat, and many more! The opening night included delicious cake, adorable twee-pop, wonderful vintage, and an obscene amount of peter-pan-collar dresses. I don't think I could've been more in love with an event. It was the dreamiest of dream parties, despite the fact that the prices were a little out of my budget. It was part shopping heaven and part shopping hell!
To get your hands on some of the amazing goods, just head over to the Highline Loft, 508 West 26th Street, 5th Floor. The pop-up shop will be up and running till March 28th. The hours are 11:00a.m.-8:00p.m.
For now, I present you with tons of eye candy dresses, event photos, and sassy street style from some of the fabulous attendees.
Let them eat cake!
The band that played, Supercute!, was super super cute!
Ashley Cheeks of It's Okay My Dear perusing the racks.
I almost bought this tote.
Hannah of Hannah and Landon
I also almost bought this dress I'm holding below, but alas my only issue with all these adorable designers are the lack of large sizes. This was technically my size, but was somehow way too small...sad times.
Members of SuperCute!
Emily of It Girl, Rag Doll
Some of my favorite things included a perfect sailor dress, leopard trimmed coat, and bright pink rain coat, among an array of princess dresses and sweet spring looks.
This pretty pink raincoat is by Nicole Eymard.
I also tried to capture all the adorable cat stuff since there was so much! These buttons are courtesy of It's Okay My Dear.
This dress is by Leah Goren.
My personal favorite was this cat skirt by Vivetta. I'm obsessed! If you can't afford the Vivetta version or if the sizes are just too small, Kate of Scathingly Brillant has a great D.I.Y. version that's worth checking out!
Go now, shop while you still can!
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