Walking by Club Monaco the other week I spied a olive scarf in the window that got me intrigued. This past weekend I took a look, and boy was that a mistake! There were abundant amounts of stuff I liked. I went back today to assess the situation, and try on a crap load of stuff. I always feel a bit bad when I do this, because sales associates seem to get a bit excited, thinking I'm going on a shopping spree or something. Since Club Monaco's website doesn't provide pictures of everything (hurry up online shopping!) I took my old camera with me to take some fitting room photos. I apologize for the quality. The lighting was not too great, and I didn't want to draw attention to myself using the flash. I almost don't want to post them on my blog because the quality is so poor... oh well.
Oops- I forgot how to turn off the flash on this camera! Correct colours at least...
They had the cutest sleepwear- cami's and little shorts and a onesie. Unfortunately they were not flattering at all. A real shame, because on the hangers they are so cute.
I was hoping this sweater would be more like this sweater, but it just didn't do it for me. $129
I really like this hat. $69
This blouse is good in theory, but there are gathers at the cuff which make rolling the sleeves very difficult. $129
These sweatpants were cute- they even had back pockets which is always more flattering- but $80 for sweatpants I can not do.
These scarves are so cozy, and the colour (horribly represented in this photo) is a perfect olive green. Pricey at $98
Sorry this photo is a bit useless, but they are black shearling fingerless gloves. I kind of love them. Pricey at $98
This silk blouse is a winner- I love pocket blouses. $119
Some other things that caught my eye:
$148-ish I think
Can anyone out there tell me how much these things run in the USA? Our dollar is so good right now, I think a shopping trip to Seattle might be in order.