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Texas Style Council Announces SXSW 2012 Line-up

Yes, the fashionable about to descend on SXSW 2012. For the past three years, style–whether that’s home, fashion or beauty–has become as integral to SXSW as its interactive, film and music components. We’re proud to be moderating a panel this year, and to be an official partner of Texas Style Council.

About Texas Style Council

The Texas Style Council differs from other blog conferences in that we focus on creating genuine connections between the attendees and we encourage our participating bloggers and brands to be the best version of themselves, no matter how big or how small.

Two days are dedicated to networking and meeting new people and brands, while one entire day is devoted to a fully staged social media symposium where bloggers and brands can learn from top tier professionals new ways to connect with each other, their readers, companies, and customers. Our 2011 conference was praised for being “relatable, comfortable, and approachable” and it is our goal that our 2012 conference retains its “girl next door” vibe to it. – Indiana Adams, founder

The Texas Style Council Conference Schedule

FRIDAY, MARCH 9:
Solo Happy Hour
Early evening. This is for any blogger or sponsor who traveled alone and would like to meet other solo travelers in a casual, relaxed environment before any of our official events. (New for 2012).
Time and location TBA.
Most likely at 5pm- 7pm

Swap.com and Lulu*s presents the TxSC Two for Two Clothing Swap
Our first official all TxSC event. You’ll be able to pick up your registration packet here. Please bring two wonderful clothing items to swap. You’ll be provided tags for your items so that you can attach your name and blog URL so everyone can know whose treasures they got. You’ll go home with two new-to-you items and a gift from Lulu*s.
Texas Style Council 2012 Headquarters
202 W. Cesar Chavez St.
Time TBA
Most likely 7pm with drop-off starting at 5pm

SATURDAY, MARCH 10:
Speed Mentor Breakfast
Like speed dating, but different. Sign up to pick the brains of some of our nationally-known bloggers on our mentoring panel. Ask silly questions, basic questions, or questions that you don’t want to ask in front everyone at the symposium. When the bell rings, a new set of mentors will come by so you can get unique perspectives on all your questions. (New for 2012).
Texas Style Council 2012 Headquarters
202 W. Cesar Chavez St.
10a.m. – noon

The 2nd Street District presents the TxSC Boutique Crawl and Thrift Store Field Workshop
Discover some of Austin’s best shops and snacks in a casual, fun guided tour led by thrifting experts Jessie of Style & Pepper, Jentine of My Edit, and Elissa of Dress With Courage and author of newly-published book “Thrifting 101.” We’ll be hitting up some of the best boutiques in the 2nd Street District then we’ll cross the bridge to Austin’s famed South Congress area for thrifting tutorials. Be sure to wear the most comfortable (but cute) shoes you own. We’ll be hoofing it for a gorgeous 1.3 mile walk and back after meeting up at our headquarters location at noon. Follow us on Twitter @txstylecouncil to see where we are at any time during the crawl.
Meet before noon at our Texas Style Council 2012 Headquarters
202 W. Cesar Chavez St.
Noon- 5pm

Poshmark Presents the TxSC Posh Party
Join us for our big fancy night of networking via a pop-up shop/ tech demo dress-up party. Mix and mingle in a fun event designed to introduce you to our sponsors and to each other. Enjoy games, on-site shopping, two incredible party photo booths and wine from Voga Italia.
Texas Style Council 2012 Headquarters
202 W. Cesar Chavez St.
7pm- midnight

SUNDAY, MARCH 11:
Social Media Symposium
Learn how to maximize your web presence in an all-day event of panels and workshops specific for both bloggers and small business owners. Full schedule coming after February 1.
The Blanton Museum of Art
200 E. MLK Blvd.
noon – 6pm

To register and participate in Texas Style Council, please visit their official website.

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