You guys! The most exciting thing happened! Earlier last week, we got a puppy, (and a pup brother for Ava), Archer!
We’ve covered a lot of basics: what is merchandising, what types of merchandising is there, how does it affect sales, etc. In today’s post, we’ll look at how merchandising actually works.
We all know that there are plenty of creative ways to merchandise. It’s like a never ending goal to always try to out-create yourself and execute the coolest displays. But there’s more to merchandising then just making something look pretty. If your displays aren’t generating sales, there’s gonna be problems.
I’m making 2021 the year to finally get into your dream career. For a lot of you, that dream career is visual merchandising (or so I hear). Here are tips of how I became a merchandiser, and what can help you get there too.
Have you noticed a change in the air? I step outside and find the day a bit sunnier, a bit warmer and filled with the songs of nearby birds alerting me that Spring is just around the corner. It’s almost time to pack away our fleece leggings and chunky sweaters in exchange for maxi dresses …
A frequently asked question I usually get about merchandising is how to get experience without having had the job title yet. There may not be a definitive answer, but I have a few tips that have helped me and continue to help me as a merchandiser today.
Wanna grab some coffee? That’s what I’m calling this look- because if clothes could talk, I’m pretty sure that’s exactly what this outfit would be saying.
I’m mixing it up with this series today by including a cookie shop instead of a regular retailer. Jenny’s Cookies is a local cookie shop up here in Washington. When the holidays rolled around, Jenny opened a pop up cookie shop in a nearby mall.
I’m finally back with a new Inspired by Display post that I saw when I was on my way to getting a cup of coffee. I thought it was such a cute Valentine’s Day boutique style that I knew I had to share.