If you want an industrial-chic look to your fixtures and fittings, do strive to retain the HAZ … Heat Affected Zone … from welding, brazing, or torch-cutting. Nothing says industrial like weld spatter, burns, and metal color changes. This table top sign holder is all the more interesting because of its C-Channel design and side slide-in capability. Inspect more closely in the gallery of images.
While the department is branded overall, look close to see Vera Bradley logo and branding repeated closeup among the offerings. A good reminder of who designed, and why you should desire. A distinctive logograph and type style make the branding all the more distinctive, and portray a sophisticated upscale image for Vera. Browse the department from all distances and angles in the gallery and other images.
Never one to miss detail, I appreciated the echo of Vera Bradly purse and bag design into the Dress-Form-draped scarf. Nothing like a well-put-together style to say “fashion” and “sophistication” in a woman. See, however, that each and every style, does not have a matching scarf to complete the look. And thinking like my wife, she would actually look for a way to echo the style, pattern or color subtly into her significant other’s dress for the day. Yes if you see my socks, belt, or Kangol Cap match the color of my wife’s ensemble, it is no accident. Help us out with this Vera.
For better or worse, Vera Bradley items are excluded from all coupon and reward offers. I guess that I would need to know the coupon and rewards plan in detail, but I think the exclusion a bad idea, turning off customers (even high-end customers) and losing Vera sales. To me, if a general coupon or reward offering, it should apply to Vera. If a specific offering the coupon or award should say so clearly enough that customers cannot mistakenly try to apply to Vera. However if you need exclusionary signage, this is how Vera handled it. Interesting that the brand is hand written rather than employing its distinct logo and typography.
I wanted to call this Pedestal covering both Macramé and a complex extension of Monkey Fist knot tying. The roped texture provided both contrast with the modern fixtures, as well as something of a call to natural materials. Seen at a Vera Bradley® branded display, but not necessarily her’s and useful anywhere in the store. Having a group of elements in this texture could be interesting too. Follow rope, ties, and Monkey Fists in the links below.
Frame and present your T-Shirt Graphics with these Pegboard Mount Metal Holders. No need for separately printed T-Shirt Graphis as signs. Just stretch, fold and insert a T-Shirt in these Frames and they promote themselves. Browse the gallery of images and see that one unfilled Frame exposes its hardboard interior insert.
This four-directional display Tower for T-Shirts has been seen in basic versions before. This is an upgrade where the Tower now sits and spins atop a base, complete with Bumper guards as a nice finishing touch. This variant of the Tower unit displays T-Shirt Graphics via printed sign. Other versions accept a folded T-Shirts facing with the Graphic out to sell the stock stacked to the right. I prefer the latter solution, but would outfit either with this Spinner base. Bumper Gurads included.