With so much amazing shopping sites these days, I do find myself shopping online a lot more. But I do miss the window shopping aspect and the merchandising that you usually only get when visiting brick and mortars. There's something about a well-curated shop that tells a story and sucks you into their retail experience. That's why I love Gretel's new spring "windows". Set in Jenny Brillhart's studio, they depict what the windows of Gretel might look like this spring if it were an actual physical shop…moody with color peeking through… — Joy
beautiful and interesting photos. yes, it is a bit like peeking in a store window 🙂
Oh my gosh… I LOVE online shopping! It’s the easiest way to shop for bargains & promo codes are so easy to find! ‘Virtual Window Shopping’ is right up my alley 🙂
Love the soft muted vibe of these images – and I’m completely in love with the gift bow light. Witty + cute = fabulous.
Gorgeous images, love window displays too. It’s a downfall of my shop, since it’s online. I had a pop up holiday shop and it was heaven to be able to spend hours coming up with display ideas, and seeing it come together. Plus it was so special to see people interact with the products. Great find Joy!
How about that gift bow lamp!!
Love this post Joy. There is something very special about walking into a well-curated, lovely little boutique that was hand picked with love. BUT also there is a very satisfying feeling shopping online (Etsy girl over here) and awaiting patiently for that package to arrive on your doorstep!
Very cool! Window shopping is one my favorite parts of browsing! The displays are usually what suck me in and get me to buy so much! Cool idea!
woahhh in love with the gift bow light, anybody know where i can get my hands on one?
Its available at Gretel—the shop linked to on the post!
How cool is that gift bow light! Love it!
Thanks for sharing 🙂