Friday, March 4, 2011

Pink Saturday Anthropology Pink Patterns

Happy Pink Saturday! I was walking by Anthropology and loved their Pink Pattern window display. Amazing what they can do with wooden hangers and a dress form! I stood there just staring at that adorable pink sewing machine! I want one too!! Please visit Beverly from "How Sweet the Sound" and visit with more Pink Saturday Friends.









My Feature Pink Saturday post is Gabriela Delworth! She will have a new book out March 11th. So join the Pink Release Party and wish her well! xoox

23 comments:

marina said...

Beautiful, beautiful pink windows. I love the hangers gown!!!
And, like you, I like the pink sewing machine.
Happy Pink Saturday!

Mari said...

HELLO GRACE~I WANT ONE OF THOSE PINK SEWING MACHINES TOO!!!
BEAUTIFUL PIC'S MY FRIEND :)

H.P.S
XO~MARI

Marie Arden said...

Hi Grace thanks for visiting me and I love the window display. Nordstrms here just had big pink windows but I didn't have a camera with me. Have Pink fun in the city!

Cheryl said...

Don't you just LOVE them!! I love Anthropology!! They really have the best windows! The sewing maching is great! perfect for a pink princess that sews! (that would be you ;-)...
Love the hanger dress too! how creative!
Happy Happy Pink Saturday!!
xoxoxoxox
Cheryl;-)

FRENCH, PINK, POODLES, AND PEARLS said...

Hi Grace, how's the city? Cold I bet. It's still very cold here in Canada. I bet our friend Sandy is still enjoying the sun in Fla. Lucky girl.
Loved the "oil tasting" NICE.
Your so fortunate to live near an Anthropology. You couldn't keep me out of that store.
Happy PS Grace
Love Claudie
xoxo

Queen of Dreamsz said...

I love the pink machines too.
You can find them on Ebay
from time to time. Do a google search for pink sewing machines and you will really see some beauties. :0)

Happy Pink!

Hugs,
Stephanie ♥

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Great pinks today!! HPS!!

HUGS,
Debbie

Jenny S said...

OH MY GOODNESS! Their window dressers are just amazing! I know we think it would be a fun job, but can you imagine the pressure to come up with something cool each window change?? LOL! Thanks for the support on my blog! I appreciate it!

Ginger said...

How unique those windows are, just my style, I love to sew. Only in NY!!! Great.
Also I guess I missed your Olive oil post, how interesting. What fun to learn all about it. We have a tea room in OKC that sells balsamic vinegars and olive oils of all flavors and I am Sooooo hooked on them. Kind of pricey, but hey, you only go around once!
Great posts.
Hugs

Donnie said...

What a pretty window display.

Mermaids of the Lake said...

Wow, Grace. What great pictures! The dress out of coat hangers is amazing. Happy Pink Saturday to you. Thank you for visiting us.

Fun With This and That said...

Great post pictures . Would be nice to pick a color for a sewing machine like computors Laura

Simply Debbie said...

Happy Pink Saturday Grace,
I love that pink sewing machine and the window displays are amazing...that would be a dream come true to design their displays...always look forward to your unique and lovely posts
Have A Sugar Sweet Day
Hugs
Simply Debbie

Gabriela Delworth said...

Happy Pink Saturday!


Grace, thanks so much for featuring my Book Release Party!

I have to confess that every time I visit you here I really want to go back to NYC...Soon!

~ Gabriela ~

Cat & Cricket said...

This is my kind of pink post! Love it!
Have a great weekend....
Smiles~
Cricket

Coloradolady said...

I agree, those are amazing things to use in a display. I looked for quiet awhile at these pictures. Oh and I too would love to have a pink machine! So cute.

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

The Display Gal or Guy really has 'Create With What You Got' down pat! I love the window display with the Sewing Theme! How creative of you to think of it as a Pink Saturday Post! The Pink Sewing machine looks much like the one I got for my 18th Birthday except mine was Purple and a Kenmore...a heavy metal machine...that would make it a 1960 Something machine. Very cool!

LuLu Kellogg said...

I love the windows!!

I have pink sewing machine envy!

LuLu~*xoxo

stefanie said...

WOW!!!

Florence and Mary said...

Hi Grace, just replying to your comment and I will be back to NY soon I hope!

Your situation is just like mine with London, I live 40 mins away by train, work there with a view of the Tower of London it's fantastic!

Victoria xx

C'est moi Claudette said...

Grace are you gong to Asheville? I am too... do you think we can get Sandy to come?
I'm soooooo excited and it's still 7 months away.
xoxoxoxo

C'est moi Claudette said...

Hi again
I guess I should give you my email... claudie@frid.com
that way we can stay in touch.
So when you say "swaps" how many do they do? Have you reserved your spot yet? How many girls are going with you... room wise. I'm hoping to bunk with 2 or 3 girls (that don't snore that is), lol.
I'm putting out my SOS tomorrow. I have a few girlfriends in that area.
I'm wondering if we have to stay at the Hotel?
I think I'll look at leaving from Plattsburg instead of Ottawa. Better deals I'm sure.
OMG this is sooooo exciting.
xoxoxo

C'est moi Claudette said...

I'm booked and I blogged BIG time about it.
OH I CAN'T WAIT to meet you Grace.
xoxox