Look what's hot at the Southern Women's Show
Updated On: Oct 11 2013 12:31:22 PM EDT
The annual Southern Women's Show is back at the Orange County Convention Center and has over 500 exhibits.
Food trucks may be a popular but there's a new trend hitting Central Florida fashion trucks and you can see one at this year's show.
Shopping at Yapa, a boutique on wheels can be quiet the experience. You can follow Yapa on social media to find out where the mobile store will be next.
"You gotta go out to the people," Robyn Ahmen, owner of Yapa said Friday.
If shopping becomes too overwhelming, take a load off and get some well deserved rest and relaxation with a pampering massage.
There is beauty products galore and even wine slushies to cool down with.
For those with a sweet tooth there's plenty of treats and layered cakes.
Work off that cake with a unique exercise, just put your hips into it.
"It takes off 5 to 10 inches of your waist in 30 days. And you can use the power bar too," Chris Lowe, owner of Power Hoopz.
Miss Kay from Duck Dynasty will be speaking on Sunday at 1 p.m. and signing autographs after.
You can get tickets online or at Walgreens for a discounted rate.