I saw these fun Pink Pens with an attached Flamingo Tassel at the check out counter when I was buying a selection of random cheap stuff (knit gloves, steak knives, scented candles) at a 99 Cents Store on Delancey Street. If you were feeling ‘crafty,’ you could totally take that chain off and attach the tassel to a purse, or make a super cool necklace out of it as well.
Hey what’s up. I recently returned from a mind-blowlingly great 8-day vacation in the beautiful and exciting city of Chicago, where I had many fun adventures. One ass-kicking afternoon, we walked past this building with huge Pink Flamingos painted on its facade, and of course I stoped to snap some photos. The building turned out to be the home of a well-reviewed Cuban restaurant and club called the Flamingo Rum Club. You can read more about it at This Link, in case you happen to be in Chicago and want to check it out. I love Cuban food and this place sounds pretty cool.
Flamingo Rum Club is Located at 601 North Wells Street (Corner of West Ohio), in Chicago, IL.
Summer is now in full swing, and what better way to celebrate summer than with a beach-themed Pink Thing of the Day! These eye-catching Pink and White Striped Beach Balls, each emblazoned with the image of a Pink Flamingo, where spotted as part of a fashion clothing display at Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue in NYC!
I am such a sucker for anything that lights up, but when it is also a Pink Flamingo, that is an easy sell. This adorable and practical Pink Flamingo LED charging cable is sure be conversation starter wherever its used! It can also be used as a night light!
Manufactured by DCI, the 46” USB cable is punctuated by 8 LED Pink Flamingo lights and is compatible with iPhone 5, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 7, 7 Plus and 8. The cable retails for about $18.99. Google it to find your best price.
Photographed at the New York Now Gift Show at Javits Center.
Ah, California at Christmastime is a singular experience, filled with visions of kidney-shaped swimming pools expertly re-created by the pool replastering Orange County company and of course, oversized Pink Flamingo statues.
Because, why not?