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Southern Women's Show
Charlotte Convention Center Hall A
Charlotte, NC


See What Happened at the 2017 Southern Women's Show!

Let's Talk Towels

Becca Ott bought a Turkish towel a little over a year ago. They are called Peshtamels in Turkey. The gentlemen used the towels in the Turkish bath Houses in the 14 century and as time went by the royal women began using the peshtamels and wanting more elaborate designs. The towels have been discovered by the rest of the world to be used in many ways. Becca worked in Fashion for 12 years as a stylist and personal shopper. She immediately recognized the beauty of these towels and it became her goal to find the most beautiful peshtamels and to find as many uses as she could for them. She loves sharing the story of the towel which is why she named her business Let's Talk Towels. Visit with her at the show and discover the world of Turkish towels.

Salena's Bracelet Bar


You won't want to miss this fabulous new addition of  Salena's Bracelet Bar! CREATE YOUR OWN STACK of BRACELETS...Mix Match & layer...the more the merrier! Exciting vibrant summer colors - sparkling crystal and stone beaded stretch bracelets that you will adore. The biggest problem is you will want them all! Salena will gladly help you put together the perfect combo! Swing by Salena's Accessories and have some fun while picking out Your New Arm Candy.

Adding A Bold Statement

Fricaine’s line of affordable exotic handbags offer exceptional value and exciting new looks! Their fabrics are guaranteed to make a bold, memorable statement. Experience Fricaine . . . and exotic luxury!

Meet Our Etsy Sellers


Cindy has been in business making shoes for more than a decade. Maybe you've seen her at the Carolina Renaissance Festival? In those first years she did all of her work in her basement before being able to move into a real workshop just a couple of years ago. This year she is so thrilled to realize her life long dream of having her very own shoe store in downtown Concord. Stop by to see her at the show and see her beautiful craftsmanship in person.

The Archives Soy Candles

Travis and Cindy started their company just last Fall out of the need for a better, cleaner burning candle. Their son was born at 28 weeks and they were extremely careful about the environment he is in due to his respiratory issues. They are HUGE candle fans and always have one burning. They started to look at the contents of the candle and researched on the best process and way to make candles. Their wicks are made of pure cotton and paper - offering a better air quality than wicks composed with a metal wire. 
Before they started, they wanted to make sure they were going to dive into building a business that they give back to support a great cause. They found The Mosaic Store on Independence Boulevard. This amazing organization provides FREE, NEW clothing to foster children right here in our community. Visit them at the show to choose your favorite scent for fall.

Koko's Shoppe
Koko's Shoppe is now in year 2 and growing bit by bit. Kristine started her shop around the premise of her love of mason jars...and since has branched out to add handmade hair ties, darling gifts, party décor and jewelry.  She tries her best to provide fun, dainty and unique finds that will make your life a little brighter! Kokos Shoppe carries a collection of gorgeous women's accessories. A girl has to have options and they have them! Sterling Silver and fashion jewelry to meet both the newest trends and classic, timeless styles.

Let Your Shoes do the Talking

Charleston Shoe Co. is going to be selling some amazing shoes including this one - the Rutledge Loafer that is just perfect for sliding from the end of the summer right into fall.  This shoe retails for $150 but will be available as a show special at the Southern Women's Show  for $100.  It comes in suede and leather, plus in a variety of trendy colors.  Run, don't walk to their exhibit and slip you toes into this must-have addition to your wardrobe! 
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