Thursday, July 24, 2014

My Tour of The Pink Palace


If there is one thing that has been on my wish list for as long as I can remember, it's to get a tour of the Lilly Pulitzer Headquarters (aka The Pink Palace). One of the perks of working in a Lilly signature store is the connections I've made in the company! 

Despite common belief that it is located in Palm Beach, FL, The Pink Palace is actually located in King of Prussia, PA. When I was planning my trip to Philly, I didn't realize how close the two cities were, but as soon as I arrived and I found out I was within short driving distance from heaven on earth, I knew I had to do everything in my power to get a visit! Luckily my connections pulled through and I was living the dream walking through the halls of the Pink Palace, which is just as adorable as you would imagine by the way! I didn't get to photograph everything, but I snapped photos of what I could! I even got to see bits and pieces from multiple 2015 collections and let me just tell you, you guys are going to flip when they are released! (#ohsocute)


When you enter through the first front doors of the building, you are let into a small (pink) foyer decorated to the nines in Lilly fun, like this adorable print in the Sunnyside print before being met by another set of key card controlled glass doors. For most people, this is where there visit to the Pink Palace ends, but for me it was just the beginning! 



Upon entering through the glass doors, basically the gateway to my dreams, I was met by the most charming, colorful, and happy seating area I had ever seen! I tell you, every nook and cranny of this building had a touch of Lilly! 


How pretty is this sitting/eating area? This is in the center of the main wing of the building and there was so much socializing and working going on here, I was just itching to join in on the fun! 


My next stop was the newly renovated Design Wing where I got to see bits from Spring, Summer, and Resort of 2015 (#todiefor)! I couldn't photograph anything on this part of the tour (for obvious reasons) except for this little seating are by the entrance to the wing! 



I had to take a picture of this adorable "Jumbo" agenda I walked past while walking through the Marketing Wing! Seriously, this thing must have been 3 feet tall! 





I want to give a huge thank you to everyone who helped make this tour possible (you know who you are)! It truly was a dream come true and I am thanking my lucky stars that I have been blessed with so many amazing opportunities such as this one! As a bonus, below you can also see some of the photos I took in the  Lilly Pulitzer store in King of Prussia Mall!







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