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Trunk Club Valentine’s Day Shopping Event

With Valentine’s Day just a week away, you may be getting a little worried because you haven’t found the perfect gift for your significant other. Trunk Club (325 West Ohio) hopes to help you out. Tonight (February 7) at 6pm they are having a Valentine’s Day shopping event. Usually Trunk Club is a personal styling business that focuses on men only, but tonight is a his and hers shopping event. Trunk Club has invited some of their favorite local vendors (Dana Rebecca Designs, Fleur De Lis, Nellcote, The Peninsula Spa, RM Champagne, Sway Jewelry and more) to set up inside of their headquarters. They will have tons of potential gifts on sale including gourmet chocolates, flowers, hard-to-get dinner reservations and jewelry. With all of the available options, I’m pretty sure you will find a very special gift for that very special someone. If you need a refresher on what Trunk Club usually does, check out an excerpt from my post on the company from a couple months ago below:

“Trunk Club Men’s Outfitters (325 W Ohio) is a Chicago based company that creates looks for guys, packs them in a trunk, then sends the trunks all across the country. This service was designed for guys who are not into shopping online or at the mall. Trunk Club combines convenience and service with the expertise of their stylist to create an experience that not only gives you a great “upscale casual” look, but also saves you tons of time. They carry amazing brands such as Jack Spade, Barbour, Oak Street Bootmakers and a bunch. They even partnered with the incredible high-end shirt brand Eton to create a Designer Series trunk (which is sold out right now, sorry for the tease) that features six shirts, two ties and a pocket square all designed specifically for Trunk Club. Trunk Club is definitely changing the men’s shopping landscape.

It works by you signing up and letting your personal stylist know what you like, he or she takes what you talked about and creates a trunk with about 10-12 items in it and then sends it out to you. You then have 10 days to try the clothes on in the comfort of your own home and decide which pieces you want to keep and which ones you want to send back. All trunks include a pre-paid FedEx return label, so you can either drop it off at the nearest FedEx location, or call and have FedEx pick it up for free. How about that for added convenience? And there are no upfront costs; you pay for the clothes you keep after the 10-day “try on” period.”

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014