Thursday, 13 July 2017 21:33

‘Pop Up’ Shop Returns

SARATOGA SPRINGS — TOGA HERITAGE, a lifestyle company and purveyor of fine goods reflective of all that makes the city feel alive, is launching a Summer Pop-Up at PaperDolls of Saratoga.

The pop-up shop, located at 454 Broadway in the Saratoga Marketplace, will play host to a thoughtfully curated collection of fine goods that combine the culture of Saratoga with the personal memories created in the Spa City.

Items range from entertaining home goods (coffee mugs, party glasses, and Turkish towels), to pet items (leashes, collars, and Frisbees), to personal accessories (tote bags, ball caps, and baby bibs)—all embellished with the TOGA HERITAGE trademarked logo. The items also can be customized with monograms or company logos.

The collection had previously been featured at PaperDolls in seasons past, but the expanded pop-up shop, which runs from July 18 through September, will offer an extended collection of goods and will emphasize the custom and corporate collections, as well as the wedding and event collections, perfectly suited to parties and gatherings throughout the high season for the Spa City.

New items will be rolled out throughout the summer, keeping the pop-up shop fresh, vibrant and intriguing.

Besides the readymade items available for purchase, the pop-up shop allows for custom orders by appointment. To arrange a meeting or discuss custom orders, please call 518-944-8951 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Appointments can also be made in-person at the pop-up shop.

For more information, visit the website www.togaheritage.com

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