Dividers form multiple bins for merchandising lingerie. The clear acrylic works well visually, but not quite as upscale as panties-in-a-bunch displays at some classy boutiques. Note, however, the overhang of the front product stop at the right corner. This surely will catch the sleeve of some passerby and cause trouble, particularly in this End Cap location. But then “panties in a bunch” has always been synonymous with trouble.

For clear binning alternatives SEARCH “Bins Bottomed, Bottomless and Bent.”  SEARCH “Best Practices” for other troublesome situations and helpful advice, “Silly” for more attempts at humor. See a closeup view and discussion of the labeling system for this merchandising concept here.

Compare imaged tags and labels at…
Shelf-Edge Imaging Evolves
Imaged Battery Backtags
Clear Plastic Pegboard at Risk
Rare Anti-Sweep Grid Hook
Panties in a Bunch?
Push-Pins Outline Pegboard Items

For worthy lingerie posts SEE…
Lingerie in a Bell Jar
Sign Says Cheeky
Butterfly Tattoo Tights
Wolford Whispers Sale Privately
Bras for Well-Read Girls
Black Lacquer Tray Offers Storyline
Black Lacquer Tray Without Storyline
Panties in a Bunch?
Panty Fabric Pattern Imaged on Shelf Label
Single-Prong Slotwall Bra Display
Panty Size in Brushed Stainless
Telegraphing Lingerie Curbside