Monday, January 21, 2013
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Remember the Golden Ticket in Charlie's Chocolate Factory? Well, at 2 Chic Boutique, we are developing our own golden ticket. Imagine a sale all year round... only on the pieces of clothing that you want. Imagine always having a little ticket at your disposal that can make any item become an additional 25% to 40% off, at your discretion--like magic.
Introducing... The 2 Chic Boutique Escalating Savings Gift Certificates!
Here's how it works:
Choose from one of four options:
For $75, you receive a $100 Gift Certificate (25% Savings)
For $175, you receive a $250 Gift Certificate (30% Savings)
For $325, you receive a $500 Gift Certificate (35% Savings)
For $600, you receive a $1,000 Gift Certificate (40% Savings)
The Gift Certificates DO NOT expire.
You don't need to spend them all in one day
****We are only selling these gift certificates through January 31st, 2012****
So, take advantage of this limited time offer.
Call for more information!: 585-271-6111
Saturday, December 29, 2012
For last year's words belong to last year's language And next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning. ~ T.S. Eliot
As this year comes to an end, and the new year begins, it is time to be grateful for the things we have.
Here at 2 Chic Boutique, we are grateful for our clients. Whether you've been coming here for years, or you've only been here one time, we are so thankful for you.
We've been trying to come up with a special way to say "Thank you"...and besides the New Year's Sale we're having, we've formulated a very special promotion, to be announced January 4th. Stay tuned!
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Do you remember window shopping at the big downtown department stores? Freezing cold holiday shoppers all pressed up against the plate glass like moths to a porch light. Dreams of sugar plums and reindeer and presents under the tree were fueled by these sparkling menageries of the latest and greatest stuff. The displays themselves were an art form; and pulling people in off the street was the ultimate goal. In all but our largest metros, scenes like these have been lost as retailers gradually moved to suburban malls. This series of pictures from the Rochester Public Library documents some of the windows at Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Co. department store in downtown Rochester more than 70 years ago…
A Sibley’s Christmas-time window display with the theme of English carolers in a village.
“In Merrie England. The Christmas Carolers on Their Rounds Through the Village.
The Spirit of Christmas in is in the air.” 1925.
A Sibley’s window display at Christmas, featuring mannequins in skiwear
and other winter outerwear. 1932.
Skiwear and other winter outerwear. 1940.
A variety of wreaths and artificial trees. 1940. This window also features a copy of an oil painting by William L. Taylor based on a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “Home Keeping Hearts are Happiest.”
I found all of these photos and statements on the following website where you can see even more beautiful Sibley window display photos: