I totally agree with you...I don't even think it cute. (Don't I sound like a grouch?)
I absolutely agree with you, but the picture is nice and the colors lovely.
I rather like it, but don't like that they used the word fresh again in the tag line. That just seems repetitiously reiterative.
peut être des vêtements faits avec des fruits et légumes frais ;o) ou tout simplement par ce qu'ils ont la climatisation, donc les vêtements sont frais ;o)
Changing the subject, but fresh produce is an oxymoron at most stores, especially the chains. Tasteless tomatoes, etc.Anyway, great shot -- nice colors nicely composed.
Weird Man! ;-)
The façade is beautiful, but when I saw the name I thought about vegetables and so on! LOLhugsLéia
Cute cute tongue in cheek and it probably won't last.Rose I think right now I will bypass you in grouchy. LOL MB
How long have they been in business? Sometimes businesses with catchy names like this don't last long. Where do they buy their groceries? Fruit of the Loom? Ha. That's bad.
I agree with you and Rose and VP. Misleading name.
I would be a disapointed shopper if I went in there.
Silly name. I wonder if the clothes are crisp or crunchy
Not good from an advertising point of view, I think. It's too confusing.
I dunno, what's inside? But yes, I guess I'd be looking for fruit and veg in there!
I agree with Ciel, this name is more appropriate for fruits and vegetables, but your shot is a lovely one!
With this heat I could use some Fresh clothes!!!
I have a few items from this clothing line, and I like them because they are bright and vivid in colour. Hey, curmudgeons, lighten up!!
I've never heard of this line of clothing. But I agree with you, the name is sort of dumb.
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