LAS VEGAS (September 16, 2011) – Proving its creative prowess in the retail merchandising industry, Marshall Retail Group (MRG) announces the opening of an original jewelry and accessories concept, ‘Ruby Blue’ inside Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
True to its name, Ruby Blue is luxuriously designed with sparkling red walls with royal blue upholstered insets evoking the feel of a burlesque dressing room. Crystal chandeliers, glass shelving, and red satin bodyforms enhance the shop’s boudoir elegance. Ruby Blue has the hottest trends in costume jewelry and accessories and boasts a stunning inventory of lingerie, bustiers and novelty legwear as well as a variety of provocative novelty games and toys.
Ruby Blue carries a large selection of costume jewelry for every style – from the casual dresser to the blinged-out diva. Shoppers can search through a selection of classic, trendy or glamorous jewelry, including rings, charms and watches. In addition to jewelry, Ruby Blue offers a number of accessories including handbags, scarves, hats and hosiery. Bohemian jewelry and accessories inspired by the movie ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ are also available. Miscellaneous accessories like fashion key chains, compacts, lipstick holders, and tech accessories will please even the woman who has everything.
The fun doesn’t stop at accessorizing but continues with a wide selection of special attire and gifts to spice up the bedroom. Ruby Blue’s lingerie ranges from glamorous and whimsical to kinky and naughty. Shoppers will also enjoy Ruby Blue’s collection of sexy games and toys, not for the bashful.
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Marshall Retail Group is America’s largest independent specialty retailer in the casino-resort marketplace. For over fifty years, MRG has been providing resorts and casinos with a portfolio of stores catering to hotel guests, visitors and local residents. The company operates more than 90 stores in major casino-hotels in Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nevada; Tunica, Mississippi; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; the Poconos of Pennsylvania; and Atlantic City, New Jersey.