Window Shopper in Glasgow – TOP 9

House of Fraiser Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

House of Fraiser Glasgow Christmas Shop Window
Window shopper continues her fascinating journey through the crowdy streets and Christmas lights, and decides to take a closer look at what other cities have to offer.

Behold the unforgettable and totally irresistable TOP 9 of Glasgow Shopping Windows November 2011.  Ready? Let’s start..

9. GAP: Minimalism is a good start. Clear, logical, and.. pink!

GAP Christmas Shop Window

GAP, Argyle Street, Glasgow

8. TOPHOP: Glasgow window is not as impressive as London one. Modesty is also a gift, but you won’t sell much with it.

Topshop Glasgow Christmas Window

TOPSHOP, Argyle Street, Glasgow

7. St. Enoch Shopping Mall: A giant reindeer behind the glass looks absolutely stunning at night. Don’t miss passing by. (;

St. Enoch Christmas Shopping Window

St. Enoch, Argyle Street, Glasgow

6. Debenhams: Thumbs up for a bigger reindeer outside! Can you ride this one?

Debenhams Christmas Shop Window

Debenhams, Argyle Street, Glasgow

Debenhams Christmas Shop Window

Debenhams, Argyle Street, Glasgow

5. Remember childhood activity of cutting snowflakes out of the paper? No? Evans does! Fifth place for good savings is well deserved.

Evans Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

Evans, Argyle Street, Glasgow

4. Not sure if it involved more effort, but there is certainly more paper. River Island is placing its shopping items on the top of white something, that is supposed to look like snow.

River Island Glasgow Shop Window

River Island, Argyle Street, Glasgow

3. Marks and Spencer is using “peeking through the key hole” decoration technique, allowing us to have a glance at their magical goods. Innovative and marvelous!

Marks and Spencer Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

Marks and Spencer, Argyle Street, Glasgow

Marks and Spencer Christmas Shop Window

Marks and Spencer, Argyle Street, Glasgow

2. Apparently, the difference between disco ball and Christmas ball is in its size. Can you figure out which of these two is hanging in the NEXT shop window?

NEXT Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

NEXT, Buchanan Street and Queen Street corner, Glasgow

NEXT Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

NEXT, Buchanan Street and Queen Street corner, Glasgow

1.  A real fairy tale is created by the House of Fraser. A deadly mixture of the Nutcracker and Cinderella is calling..

House of Fraiser Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

House of Fraiser, Argyle and Buchanan Street corner, Glasgow

House of Fraiser Glasgow Christmas Shop Window

House of Fraiser, Argyle and Buchanan Street corner, Glasgow

The End!

*Just joking, you won’t get rid of me that easily. (:

Special thanks to my friend Esmina, who prepared the photo material for this post. Talking about which, I would like to use this opportunity to ask you guys to send me any pictures of the shops from your home town that you might find amusing. Let’s see which city has the most innovative and creative shop designers. o_O

In case you have forgotten, here is the TOP 10 – Shop Windows Decorations in London. Take your time to compare and admire.

To entertain you even more, I have kindly compiled a list of all my articles, which could be found in the section SmArticles (that what becomes when a smart person is writing articles). I’m sure you will like it.

Thank you for reading this till the end.

UC

Text and images Copyright © 2011 Unordinary Customer. All rights reserved.

Find Unordinary Customer on Facebook 

Follow @UnCustomer on Twitter

Chief Editor of the Blog @a_kravcova on Twitter

Advertisements
Comments
4 Responses to “Window Shopper in Glasgow – TOP 9”
  1. vilks12 says:

    Very good photos – still didn’t read your post, but already enjoyed looking at them ! Very good !

  2. My Glasgow photographer is Esminachka. Brilliant job! 🙂

  3. djenerik sialis says:

    hello!,I really like your writing very so much! share we keep up a correspondence more approximately your post on AOL? I require an expert on this house to unravel my problem. May be that’s you! Looking forward to look you.

    • Hi there,

      Thank you very much for the compliments.

      I am not sure I understand what do you want UC to cover, though. Would be great if you could be a little more precise, and we will be happy to help you.

      Regards,

      UC

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

  • Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 436 other followers

%d bloggers like this: