The location must have some bad karma. The dresses are really cute. Too bad they didn't make it. Unfortunately, there is a lot of that going around these days.
Shame it folded -- definitely not too shabby, maybe just unlucky.
Pity, I like the dress with the hearts.
j'aime beaucoup la presentation de la vitrine
We have some spots like this, with shops coming and going within a few months...
Isn't it funny how some locations just don't make it. There's a place near me that was most recently a shoe store, and now it's a doughnut shop.
I was just goning to say what Bibi said.But not about the doughnut shop. HA! It is odd that even if a location looks good it may not be. MB
We have the same problem in Denmark these years. Some don't have money enought from the start, and then they close after 3 months. It takes time to build up customers!
What a shame. It looks like a cute place.
That's really too bad. Was this a second-hand shop? Looks like it was a fun place while it lasted!
I am sorry for that shop. Here in Spain is happening the same. Some other shops and bars are bought by chinese.RegardsValery[Barcelona Daily Photo]
It's sad to see that happen! What a cute name for a shop though.
Some locations just have bad karma .. there's a corner location in the 20s here that has had one after the other restaurant located there and each one goes belly up after a few months.
Great window display!
I think that our economy has bad kharma...too bad about the shop since I like small, independent businesses. Aside: I think that I have bad kharma since I seem to be stumbling and fumbling on the keyboard today (bad shoulder, soon to be under the knife). Hope you got my messages on the other blog site of yours.
I beg to differ with folks blaming bad karma. The Chinese would say the location has bad fengshui (wind-water, loosely translated as geomancy). And I've heard to many firsthand stories to dismiss it completely.
Sorry about the shop. We say here: as you name the boat, so it will sail.
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