Yesterday was the re-launch of Aeropostale’s new line and overall store vibe. Before this, I think the last time I shopped there was middle school, so I was beyond pleased to see clothes and style that I someone my age could actually wear..
The relaunch campaign is “Are you who you were a year ago?”, I can confidently say I’m probably not, and I don’t know many people who are. Usually I find marketing campaigns like this to be obnoxious and tacky, but this one is genius..
I checked out the Aero store in Kenwood Mall in Cincinnati, OH. When I arrived I was greeted by an INCREDIBLE staff, a DJ, and drinks (of the non-alcoholic variety, of course). As I shopped through and looked around I literally felt like a celebrity, the staff were extremely nice and helpful. At one point I almost wanted to be like “Guys, I’m not this important”, and that was the moment I realized they were treating everyone that way (Ego officially checked)
I won’t lie, I definitely had reservations going into this event, but I left the store with am awesome haul. Paul even found a few things too. Overall I was impressed, and I can’t wait to share my outfits with ya’ll over the next few weeks.
Have you checked out the new Aero? Tell me your thoughts in the comments!
- The amazing staff at Aeropostale for being so sweet and throwing an awesome re-launch party – ya’ll rock!
- Paul – for driving to the Aero launch, taking photos, and dealing with my indecision over what to buy <3
- To the woman who held the door for me at yoga last week. After 90 minute of sweating and struggling you looked gorgeous!
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