Wednesday, October 1, 2008

No boys allowed

Hey kids, it’s Sidney from Sidney Ann Designs blogging at you live from the Sweet Petula store in the Madison Valley. It’s a beautiful Seattle day with partially sunny skies, mid-to-low 60s with a chance for an afternoon coffee break at the bakery next door.

Ms. Petula (not her real name) and I have teamed up to bring in some fabulous new merchandise for your shopping pleasure. You really ought to come over here today and keep me company. I found some champagne in the back room and I bet there are some cupcakes around here somewhere...

Ms. Petula may be a creative genius but she is humble and therefore does not have the skills necessary to brag about what a fantastic place she’s created, so I took it upon myself to do it for her.

Everything is just so darn pretty! Multiple customers today have come in and exclaimed at how everything is "soft" and "cozy" and "yummy". They speak the truth.

The first thing you notice when you walk in (or come within 20 feet of the front door) is that it smells amazing! If Google would come up with a scratch ‘n sniff application, I would insert it here so that you can live vicariously through me.

A little shameless self-promotion (!). These leather accessories were created by me. Sweet Petula carries a lot of work by Seattle artists.

New rabbit pillows (above) and vintage scarf pillows (below) just arrived, also by yours truly.

Sweet Petula is your early morning/evening-outfitting headquarters offering an abundance of stylish yet comfortable robes, night gowns, p-a-n-t-i-e-s (I hate that word), pajamas, and just good old-fashioned lounging-around-house clothes. Lounge in luxury, flounce in fanciness, operate in opulence... Why yes, I am captain of the alliteration alliance.

That's all I got. Be sure to visit me here!


Leif and Jami Gustafson said...

How nice!

Sweetest Petula said...

Thanks Sidney! Your awesome! I couldn't have said it better myself...and love the photos. You rock!

Sidney Ann said...

Aw schucks! It was my pleather. Oops, I mean pleasure.

Inkspot Workshop said...

That's it, I'm moving to Seattle!! and plan on living in your shop:)