Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Nigel's First Window Of A Seasonally Topical Type Nature

With around a month to go Nigel, with his keen eye for such things, has spotted his first Valentines Day display in the window of The Cotswold Trichology Centre.
Nigel says that the display has been very subtly put together, it has the obligatory red roses, in full and petal form which, whether intended or not, matches perfectly with the lipstick of the featured mannequin with her downcast eyes ...........
........ finding herself surrounded by some rather, without wishing to sound too judgemental, blobby looking cherubs with the same somewhat far away (I, myself would say blank) expression.
Nigel adds that in his "humble" opinion the window is more of an homage to the wistful and hopeful nature of love, as signified by the cherubs hands held as if  in prayer  ....... rather than the more usual brash and sometimes crude commercial approach to Valentines Day
 I'm not sure what he had for breakfast this morning, but it can never be said that Nigel doesn't take the window dressing of Evesham very seriously indeed! 


Mr.D said...

Nigel could get a job as a window dresser. He could even do the Christmas window at Bloomingdale's or Macy's. Failing that, he could be a shelf stacker at Tesco's.

Anonymous said...

Nigel, the thinker, and nothing wrong with I might add. JantheFan x