Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Macy's Jessica Simpson Garden & A little shopping .......

One of the last sponsors of the flower show is the Jessica Simpson brand. I found myself going to many floors of Macy's and being an older department store, their escalators are probably since the store opened. They made me very nervous as they look wooden and like they will just stop dead....but they didn't ...I did need to take a photo however:


a little scary, no ? 


how cute is this? Jessica is not one of my faves but had to see the garden 


I loved the fake sweets...looked adorable and hey, no calories!! lovely!!


really cute display and worth my trip on the escalator!!


these handbags caught my eye....and a snap of the lens!!


gorgeous wedding dress...sorry didn't get the name of the designer 


the worst place to be...the shoe floor....it is in another building and is very large..they were having sales and I needed to get out of there asap as didn't need another pair for my collection....


the Shoe Garden on my way out of that dangerous place....so cute !!


Lady Liberty shops at Macy's as well....good choice for her!!


I looved these bags! They would make a good giveaway on the blog, don't ya think??


this was a really cute idea as well - had to take a shot to show all of you


wonderful stuff to take back home to friends and family.....

Macy's 
151 W 34th St
(between Broadway & Penn Plz) 
New YorkNY 10001


for those waiting for the tablescapes.....they are next .....


Cannoli Dreams for You.....until next post 
                               Rosemary

2 comments:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Wow Rosemary ..I just caught up with all your posts about this year's Macy's Flower show ..so much beauty and fun! Great photos!

Paris Pastry said...

Those escalators are a death trap!!! I got stuck with my heels every single time I got on! I was thinking the whole time: "my god, did women not wear heels when these were build?"

Those pink frosted cupcakes look so real!

I love the martini-glass chandelier! At first I thought they were mini Eiffel Towers!

Great post, Rosemary!

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