Our first trip to a Disney park was rotten before we even reached the Disney grounds. From long waits in hot garages to an unplanned trip to the pediatric hospital, L.A. had left us not feeling the happy of the "happiest place on Earth" when we first pulled into the Disneyland Resort. After checking into … Continue reading Disney- World of Disney Revamp
This is a new age of retail and fashion. An age where chic is defined by it's digital appeal. And though Chanel refuses to drop their brick and mortar, “Our position on e-commerce is the same. We want to connect our customers with our product and our boutiques are the best way to do so." … Continue reading Chanel: Staying #InVogue
Starbucks stole the spot light at the end of July announcing that they would be shuttering all 379 of their newly acquired Teavana locations. This comes in a long line of not so much failed as abandoned ventures by this coffee giant. There was first the handcrafted sodas of 2012 and then coffee delivery concept … Continue reading Teavana: The Facts, The Bent Truths, and My Opinion
Perhaps you remember the days when Urban Outfitters was not so outrageously expensive? When they were the place to shop because they had the newest and coolest at an affordable price? Then one day they evolved and their price point evolved with them. The demand for their funky hipster styles gave them the freedom to … Continue reading Urban Outfitters: What Is The Shopping Experience?
This Sunday marks the sour end of the whimsical craze that started this past Wednesday. For 5 days that simply magical purple and blue beverage has consumed our Instagram feed, dominated twitter trends, and pissed off quite a few Facebook divas users. But through all the chaos of glee, gluttony, and wrath comes five unanticipated concepts we can grow from. … Continue reading 5 Things We Can Take From That Unicorn Frappuccino Craze