Weekend Artisan Fair, Vintage Shows & an Amazing Denim Sale

It's shaping up to be a fantastic weekend of events and sales so I'm going to spare you my commentary and just get to it!

Okay, well just a little bit of commentary.  Definitely put Edgehill Village on your list of places to stop by on Saturday.  Visit Nest Interiors Facebook page for a sneak peek at some of the amazing vendors who will be there, including Colleen Gonce Whitver, who repurposes vintage jewelry.  Her jewelry is beautiful and I bought my 1970s DvF necklace from her back in February.
I need to stay strong on this one.  I really don't need a new pair of jeans, but I always have good luck at the Cotton Mill's denim sales.  I've bought several pairs of Seven for all Mankind and Paige jeans here, all for well under $100.  I will try my best to resist the urge...(maybe)...but you should definitely go and tell me all about the awesome denim deals you got. 

 It's a special night of sales on Saturday night from 6-10pm.  The Good Buy Girls will be live from the legendary Manuel's studio at 1922 Broadway Ave. at the "Out With the Old/In with The New" party.  Live music, cocktails, door prizes and all existing showroom items will be 50% off.  Click the Good Buy Girls logo for more information!

Libby Callaway is getting her usual amazing group of vintage dealers together again for Fanny's Frocks VI this Sunday from 11am-7pm at Fanny's House of Music in East Nashville.  Mizzie and I love Fanny's Choice events.  Our favorite vintage dealers always participate and at least one of us always finds something fantastic. 

You've got 10 days left to use your Stella discount coupon at our May Spotlight store, Two Elle!  You need to be a Stella email subscriber to get your coupon, so sign up in the sidebar and we'll make sure you get your coupon.  
I'm feeling the need to stop by and see if there's any Built by Wendy or Modern Amusement I need to take to New York with me next week.
There are still lots of ways to shop and donate to local flood relief efforts at the same time.  
Visit any Cosmetic Market location this weekend, make a Therapy Systems purchase and 20% of your purchase will be donated to the Red Cross.

Whats-in-store started their online campaign last week to raise at least $100,000 for flood relief to benefit the Red Cross, Community Foundation and Hands On Nashville.  There is a great selection of bangles, necklaces, earrings and more on the website right now and 100% of their sales price will be donated.  New items are added daily so please be sure to check back often.  

Jewelry designer, Freshie & Zero has listed a number of items on her Etsy site.  50% of all Etsy sales during May will go to flood relief efforts.

Through the end of May, Troubadour Vintage will donate 30% of each purchase to flood relief.

Oh!  Don't forget, if you're in Chicago this weekend, make sure you stop by the Squasht by Les Boutique Grand Opening party on Sunday!  We love Lesley and her super cute designs and can't wait to get to Chicago to see her store for ourselves.

And last but not least...I told you there was a lot going on!...next Friday is the premiere of Sex and the City 2. If you're in town for the long weekend, be sure to check out Sexy for the Cure, a benefit for Women Rock for the Cure.

Happy Shopping!