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In The Window

This is the Christmas window at the charity shop, it's actually the second version as I got bored of the original, which was purple and gold. It was also looking a little tired as things had been sold but nothing was put in to fill the gaps (who knows why) and it just looked messy.


 Originally there were four models, but the manager took one out.


 

I love the white and silver tree decorations.





I'll be nipping in next week to make thing as little more New Year focused, the tree is for sale today, so who knows what the window will look like when Christmas Day rolls round!

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  1. OOOOOOH.... your tree decorations would be a fantastic addition to my tree for next year! The whole window looks really professional. Thanks for your comment on my last post. Jx

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    1. Thank you, quite a few people ask me if I've had training, it always gets a good laugh!

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  2. Your window looks very classy. Great job.

    God bless.

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    1. Thank you, it's nice to have a calming window.

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  3. What a lovely window display! It's very enticing and would make me want to go inside for a look around.

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  4. It is always a joy to see how you've worked your creativity on the shop window. It is easy to forget that unlike other stores you are selling the actual items displayed. X

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    1. Thank you, very kind of you to say.

      I know it's popular in charity shops to have dresses made with ties and really creative things, they look amazing but our windows are so big we really do need them for selling.

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  5. I love your silver and white theme. Looks great. I'm going to continue with some of my Udemy Visual Merchandising course during the two weeks I've got off work over Xmas and New Year.

    Colour blocking is a popular subject in the lectures, but I'm yet to put it into practice in the shop. I'm hoping to get chance to do more VM after the January sales have finished.

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    1. Thank you.

      We've stopped colour blocking clothing at the shop, we do it with bric a brac, which looks great, but we have had such good feedback from customers since reverting to size order only. I know it's really popular, and looks great, but I find I don't browse as much.

      We tend to find that if someone is looking for something specific or a specific colour/ item they ask us anyway - but we are a friendly shop so people feel that they can ask which I don't think happens everywhere.

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  6. The window looks amazing
    Carolx

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