Dallas Market Recap

Hey Everyone!

Last week we told you about our Atlanta experience and the next day we were on a flight to Dallas to display our Fall 2012 Collection. It’s amazing how cities can have different personalities and yet remain equally exciting.

We stayed at the Hilton Anatole (absolutely stunning hotel!) and upon arrival, we spotted two of our dresses in M Shop’s windows! Although we hear about our dresses in window displays, we never really got a chance to see it in person. It was such an amazing feeling to see such a lovely display.

2tee Couture Window Display

2tee Couture Window Display at M Shop, Hilton Anatole

Once we settled in, we went to set up our booth for the next day. It’s an exhausting process, but totally worth it once we see it finalized. Our excitement carried over from Atlanta and we hoped the Dallas crowd would feel the same way about our collection as the Atlanta crowd did.

2tee Couture Dallas Market Booth

2tee Couture Dallas Market Booth

2tee Couture Dallas Market Booth

2tee Couture Dallas Market Booth

When you go with a brand new collection, it’s always a nerve-wracking experience because you aren’t sure whether or not people would like it. After the first day, we were pleased to find out that the Dallas crowd loved our Fall 2012 collection (phew!).

After a long day of work, the Dallas Market treated all the exhibitors and buyers to a beautiful 1920′s themed cocktail hour with live models, a live band and delicious appetizers and drinks. We didn’t want to leave!

1920's Live Model

1920′s Live Model at Dallas Market

1920's Live Model at Dallas Market

1920′s Live Model at Dallas Market

1920's Live Model at Dallas Market

1920′s Live Model at Dallas Market

1920's Live Band at Dallas Market

1920′s Live Band at Dallas Market

People were dancing, people were laughing… Just having a good time!

And like always – we enjoyed our food in Dallas. We have to say there are fabulous restaurants in Los Angeles, but the restaurants in Dallas are something extraordinary. We had trouble deciding what to eat because everything looked so good!

To top it off, Dallas restaurants were on their A-game because of restaurant week, in which they offered customers a 3-4 course meal for only $35! For the entire week, you were able to have a meal worth $50-$100 (depending on the restaurant) for only $35!

 

Salmon Tartar at Steel Dallas

Salmon Tartar at Steel Dallas (the best salmon tartar we ever had)

Firey Hot Firecracker Roll from Steel Dallas

Firey Hot Firecracker Roll from Steel Dallas

We’re already missing Dallas – especially its food – and we can’t wait to be back in October.

See you soon!

xoxo,

The 2tee Couture Team