Ah, Fall: The perfect time for apple picking, a cup of warm apple cider, the perfect pair of boots and, of course, a cold-weather wardrobe makeover. While you’re on your own for the apple cider (although we’re totally in for fresh donuts, if you’re heading to the cider mill anyway!), we definitely have your new wardrobe covered. Of Mercer’s first ever pop-up shop is up-and running in New York City! Through Sunday, you can come visit us at 345 Broome Street to shop our new Fall collection (which, if you haven’t seen yet...), grab an after-work cocktail and win some amazing prizes. Don’t forget to use #OfMercerOnBroome when you post all of those gorgeous selfies.
But, in case you need a little more convincing, here are the top 4 reasons you should head over to our storefront in Nolita sometime this week:
4. You can book a personal shopping appointment with us, where we can help you select the perfect dress for work (or play). Pair that with our braid bar or Chloe Doughy cookies, and you’ve got a perfect match.
3. Brunch doesn’t need to end with that last bite of eggs benedict (or at least, the best part of brunch): Saturday, we’ll have bellinis all day. PLUS, on-demand beauty service Vive is providing a complimentary braid bar from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. - because a new outfit definitely deserves a new hairstyle.
2. Sunday Funday: On the last day of our pop-up shop on Sunday, not only will we have great shopping (with a special guest appearance by Dagne Dover, maker of some seriously lust-worthy handbags), we will have champagne and cookies from Chloe Doughy. It’s a small way for us to say thank you to all of our amazing customers - and a way for you to end your week on a truly delicious note.
1. Champagne, snacks and braids are great, but we know the real reason you’ll want to visit us at 345 Broome Street: You can shop our all new Fall Collection. Whether it’s an old standby like the Ludlow Dress, or one of our new chic frocks, like the Beacon, you’ll find everything you need to rock your Fall wardrobe. Because “back to school” shopping doesn’t just need to apply in grade school.