The Southern Hippie SXSW Trunks Are Open and Mumus Are In

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The Southern Hippie SXSW Trunks Are Open and Mumus Are In

Southern Hippie is excited to host its first SXSW trunk show on 3/6/14 highlighting one of the top brands, “Show Me Your Mumu.” The brand’s spring collection of bright, patterned tops and wide-leg pants will be on display and representatives will be on hand to show you how to wear these ultra-versatile, boho-chic statement pieces.

“We are very excited for the opportunity to showcase this trend-setting brand, and there is no better time to debut the spring collection than with the launch of this year’s SXSW Festival,” says Southern Hippie owner, Elizabeth Lockhart.

Born during the summer of love on the sultry Miami Beach, Show Me Your Mumu includes vintage-inspired tanks, blouses, pants, shorts, and of course, their modern take on the mumu. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the new spring line while sipping on cocktails. Additional surprises will be revealed at the event. The trunk show will be at the Southern Hippie Georgetown boutique from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

About Southern Hippie:
Beginning as a traveling boutique in an Airstream trailer, Southern Hippie has provided women with high-quality, bohemian-inspired fashion since 2011. While the brand has come a long way from its road-warrior roots, it has not strayed from its original mission: showcasing upcoming designers who create well-made, free-spirited clothing. The brick and mortar location in Georgetown, TX opened in 2012.

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About Show Me Your Mumu
Born and raised in the “gorge USA,” Show Me Your Mumu is a line of clothing for carefree, adventurous women who dream big. The brand specializes in giving retro prints a modern makeover and has expanded the line from the original mumu to include pants, tanks, shorts, and dresses. For more information, visit

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