The White Palace Mall is a beachside shopping center found in the outskirts of Limbo where inhabitants of the bustling metropolis or even other demons and humans can experience 300.000 square meters of a neverending shopping paradise that's fitted with air conditioners, responsive info pads and a gigantic food court where you could get lost just trying to decide what to get so you can continue shopping. Although middle-class citizens are a common sight on the White Palace, the trip's not really worth it if you aren't going to spend some big cash on most of the things you wanna take home, so it's also common to see families loading up their cars with hundreds of different bags and products that make it look like they're remodelling the whole house; the mall even has a service for premium customers to take the biggest products home via hundreds of different heavy-duty methods.
With The Raiser being the one behind Scarlet's credit card, he isn't sure about the idea of letting his girl loose on the mall with a high-limit credit card, but since the british zombie's performance has been the best out of the whole group in the recent weeks, he decided to let Scarlet go on one of these shopping sprees she loves so much (Although she's seen carrying a pair of bags, the mountainous pile of other purchases has been loaded into the truck to be transported to Curves N' Bones once she finishes, which doesn't seem soon) and she's enjoying the hell out of it! The Raiser even gave her the shining diamond ring she always wanted and she got to spend a good while at Monster Cuties Shop, a cosmetics and accesories shop where she loves to stock up on skin-stickers (The star on her cheek, glitter, pasties, etc...) and metric tons of makeup, since it doesn't seem hard for Scarlet to run out of makeup in a couple of weeks if she doesn't buy enough. Hell! She even bought a fashionable blue-pink LED belt to replace the Hottie one from time to time.
A friend of mine has a Paul Frank notebook and she was nice enough to give the little sticker to put it on top of the drawing~! Although i did have fun designing the Monster Cuties Shop bag, there's very few things that can beat the awesomeness of an actual brand in a mall-based picture.