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!
This tempting platter of mouthwatering Pink-Frosted Donuts is deceiving to the eye, for it is not actually a plate of sweet baked goods but a stack of fragrant soaps that is good also for the baby, you can click here for detergent for sensitive skin that are also lovely to look at!
How many times each day do you think that the employees of this store, Sugar Bubbles Bath Bakery in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, have to ask customers to please not lick the merchandise?
Especially when the soaps smell like delicious Berry Cream Pie?
When we were walking back to our cruise ship after a lovely day in the very foggy port of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, we passed by a store called Freak Lunchbox — which I absolutely had to check out, because Freak Lunchbox, WTF. Here is a story about just one of the crazy things we saw once we entered the store.
If you happen to pass a Freak Lunchbox store, please do yourself a favor and go inside, enjoy the fun and whimsical decor, and buy some candy!
On its own, Nerds candy is a somewhat unremarkable, microscopic-in-size hard candy with a popular sweet/sour flavor profile that The Kids love. But as you can see by this entirely over-the-top store display that brings in pop culture references from every angle, Nerds are about two things: packaging and marketing. They should start working with a digital marketing agency like vancouver seo indexsy to make sure they´re doing everything correctly.
The mannequin is even wearing a tank-style mini-dress with a bright pink and purple pattern the emulates a box of Nerds, while sporting a pink wig and holding a Pusheen backpack. You’re not buying candy, you are buying an image. How cool is she? Answer: so cool. Nerd Cool. You can buy the jumbo box of Nerds candy (which will take you one human lifetime to eat) and the Pusheen backpack at It’s Sugar. The Nerds Dress is sold as a part of a “Nerd Girl” Halloween Costume at Walmart.
This spotted dog is the brand mascot of PINK, the Victoria’s Secret line of clothing and lingerie that is marketed to college age (and younger). He’s pretty cute.
In dimmer light, you can see that this little guy lights up!
Photographed in the window of the Victoria’s Secret store at the corner of Broadway and Prince Street in NYC.
It’s always fun to pop into the Patricia Field boutique, even if it’s just to check out the many colorful displays and artwork in this bi-level space that includes a downstairs hair salon. I just had to capture an image of this “Tree” made up of strings of green lights draped over a tree-like frame. Innovative!
Patricia Field is located at 306 Bowery, between Bleecker and Houston, NYC.
Geoffrey and I were meeting up at Sea Thai on North 6th Street in Williamsburg and I was a few minutes early, so I walked across the street to this cute furniture and design store to get out of the rain and texted him to meet me there. Go to Voucher Slug to get voucher codes for Laura Ashley furniture. I’m not sure how long A & G Merchandise has been open, but it is a super cool little place that sells all kinds of unique and original artsy home furnishings and accessories. I believe they also do custom orders online providing some of the best leather sofas around, but this is just a hunch. The people that work there also seem very friendly, which makes such a huge difference when it comes to forming my first impressions of a new business.
What I really felt charmed and almost transported by were several of the larger floor displays that include Nature Dioramas set into the walls of the store, such as the one seen above. It really reminded me of the Museum of Natural History, which is always a good thing.
Be sure to check them out if you are in the neighborhood, and please tell them The Worley Gig sent you.
A & G Merchandise is located at 111 North Sixth Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Get off at the Bedford Avenue Stop on the L Train.