We must apologize. Here at the Palace we are woefully behind, and we do not mean simply behind the times from a fashion perspective. No, we are unforgivably slow in getting several tidbits to readers. Part of the slowdown is all the last-minute orders we are receiving at the Preppy Princess. (And don’t you miss the personalization deadlines for your favorite lines like Boatman Geller, Whitney English!)
Thus it is that we are about a week behind in sharing the rest of the Thakoon for Target photos with you, others previously shown in this post, all from the collection launching on December 25th.
We are rather fond of the floral coat, even at our decrepit stage of life.
The next look is clearly too young for TP, but we know it will flatter all of our readers. Sigh.
It all looks fun and flirty, rather what we would expect from the designer. Thakoon Panichgul, one of Michelle Obama’s favorites, has steadfastly refused to divulge any information he may have on the future First Lady’s Inaugural gown. We say “good for him!” Discretion is always the better part of valor.
We mentioned a Gossip Girl game in our headline and there truly is such a thing:
The official name of the game (so to speak) is “Gossip Girl Never Have I Ever Game,” and it is available at Urban Outfitters online. It is *not* available in their brick and mortar stores. As described on the website:
“Hey Upper East Siders, it’s time to play a little game. Answer “Never Have I” questions about style, dating, school, family and gossip to win allowance money and become the Queen Bee!”
The game is selling for $32 at Urban Outfitters; we did a little poking about and discovered it is also available at Walmart (at least online) for $10. One can also purchase it at Amazon at $19.98 for a new version; it is referred to by a slightly different name, “Imagination Gossip Girl Board Game” and the company one is actually dealing with is a Florida liquidation firm. TP thinks there is something odd about all of this. Perhaps plans for marketing the game didn’t go according to plan.
Most readers with travel plans that involve sending children separately by air probably already knew this, but we were surprised to learn most airlines are increasing their fees for this service. (Did that sound odd to you, as though the children were being sent via a cargo carrier?) Northworst Northwest is now charging $100 one-way and United Scare Lines United’s fee is up to $150 from $100.
Our love for that is surpassed only by…
… the TDF Pink and Green Tic Tac Toe set.
On that cheery note, ‘bye until next time!