Small samples are offered for trial, conveniently placed as Tray-Me Magnetic Tins at Shelf Edge. Not all merchandising had a complimentary Try-Me Tin associated, but I can imagine that such a cute and convenient sampler made an attractive Personal or Travel Size shopping souvenir. I can also imagine that the Tins disappear as fast as replaced by store staff. Maybe a tether is called for? CLICK through the Tray-Me Magnetic Tins at Shelf Edge Thumbnail and Gallery of Photos for all manner of views.
If you sell adjustable, increasing sleep comfort, this Up-Down Sleep Number Store Branding supports your premise. Here it is executed dramatically in neon-like backlighting by Sleep Number®. A Mall location and distinctive storefront give Sleep Number far greater visibility that marketing purely through multi-brand, general Mattress retailers. Strut your stuff Sleep Number. Consider the creative concept in the Up-Down Sleep Number Store Branding gallery of images.
Usually the restriction is with-receipt-only, length-of-time, or un-worn-and-un-washed. Here the key limitation is a Do-Not-Remove Return Tag Policy. That would cover the un-worn-and-un-washed restriction, but not the others. And what to do if the tag just fell off? Do what my wife does. Buy yourself a Tag Filiment Gun and you can take off and put on tags and labels to your heart’s content. Just don’t tell anyone in retail you read it here on FixturesCloseUp. This Do-Not-Remove Return Tag Policy seen at Express.
This static print Jean and Legging Style Definition Sign has characteristics of an active online presentation. The “menu” of style choices runs as a “Sidebar” “Rail” or (in print) “Companion Column” down the right. The top choice of the “Menu” is highlighted indicating it is the “Selection” seen in the main frame. Of course this in-store version is not functional, but check the website. You may just find an interactive version there. This Jean and Legging Style Definition seen at Express.
A raised, three-support sign holder makes sure you take in these Express Polo Shirt Shelf-Edge Style Definitions. But the style commentaries are more a definition of features: Flex Stretch, Slub Textured, and Garment Dyed. Again the sign also carries the general store tag line “Your life, your dress code.” But if not for the Express Polo Shirt Shelf-Edge Style Definitions, how would you know what makes these offerings worthy of you.
Express Promotes All-Out Lifestyle Branding with a tag line of “Your life, your dress code.” And if Express is your thing the tag line is totally true. Express does project a certain style. And they do want you to make it your dress code. The proposition was carried throughout the store via corrugated dimensions that shipped flat but fold up into the Express Promotes All-Out Lifestyle Branding signage.
If “Skinny = Innovator” “Slim = Photographer” and “Model = Produced” you had better say so and provide the translation with a Find Your Fit Size and Style Scheme. The over-arching directive is “Find Your Fit” with an encouraging “Your Life, Your Dress Code” tag line. As an aging old “radical” and “peacenik” with an expanding body outline I did not see much for me, but I was sign shopping outside my league and size range. If only I could find a Free People for Big and Tall. This Find Your Fit Size and Style Scheme seen at Express, where at least my young wife can still shop.
Though samples are on display this Express Shorts Shelf-Edge Style Definitions signage cuts throughout the clutter to name and demo the look. Pick from Slim, Classic, Drawstring, and Cargo Shorts without even lifting a pair from the pile. And while mostly merchandising the offerings, the sign also carries the Express general tag line “Your life, your dress code.” The Express Shorts Shelf-Edge Style Definitions sign style was also echoed as needed across the store. Follow the threads below.