I WAS RECENTLY VERY INSPIRED by a post on Independent Fashion Bloggers titled I Blog, Therefore I Shop: True or False? written by Julia DiNardo because it really got me thinking about what I can only describe as the cause-and-effect relationship between blogging and shopping. Now if you are reading this and thinking “I’m not a blogger, so this doesn’t concern me”, think again because in reality blogging is just another reason to shop more in our preexisting pool of reasons flooding our minds.
이게 바로 사랑이야! ^^
(This is what you call love! ^^)
WHEN I WENT TO PULL&BEAR that afternoon, I was thinking of buying my first ever pair of cut-out boots I had seen on their website. They had one last number in the color I wanted – which was black – and luckily it turned out that it was my number. Yet, before trying those, I saw the same pair in what I can only describe as a darker camel color, so I thought “what the heck, let’s try them as well”.
EVEN AFTER A LONG DAY filled with classes and preceded by a night of little sleep, if I happen to go to the mall to do some supermarket shopping, I will enter my favorite stores like Zara, Mango, or Pull & Bear. It’s not in my nature to bypass them just because, you know, I have no immediate plans of buying something or because I’m in the process of ‘saving money’. Mhm.
새해 복 많이 받으세요
(Happy New Year!)
“HALF MOON” IS QUITE A fitting name for this beautiful clutch, but when I found out that I had won it, I was happy beyond the moon. I have to say, with all the final exams hysteria that took over my life during the first two weeks of June, finding the time to open my e-mail on June 6th was truly a miracle. Inside my inbox, I found an e-mail from the beautiful Natasha Bious which was undeservingly placed in the junk folder (damn you Outlook! Should I just move to g-mail while I am at it?), saying that I had won her giveaway.