Monday, July 28, 2014

Matching Father & Son Shirts From Ad-Lib Hong Kong

Can't wait for my boys to wear these cute shirts! HK$6xx for the pair after 20% off :)

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Summer Whites

Now that I got a bit of a tan from our weekly trip to the beach, I love wearing whites! Wore this ensemble to work today.

Dress from Zalora, sandals from Vincci (Malaysia).

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Khaleesi Hair Style: Expectation VS Reality

My latest hair disaster.
I wanted bigger curls ala Game of Thrones' Khaleesi, but ended up with crispy Indomie :D


Friday, April 11, 2014

Sky Blue and Pastel Sparkles Nails

Happy to discover Play, these cute gems from Etude House. Cute trendy colors, adorable bottle, solid color in 2 coats & very pretty sparkles in unique shapes & pastel colors in 1 coat! Plus, they're only HK$28 each. Yeahhh!

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Initial Sale Shopping Loot

Getting into Initial when it's having a sale & talking to their super chic sales guys = guarantee damage of wallet.

SC did exactly that and bought these 2 fabulous jackets. They were reduced from HK$2480 to HK$780. Woahhh... What a guy to do but succumb to this wonderful temptation? Hehehe

You like?
Go & see if you could find some good deals ;)

Monday, March 31, 2014

Steal of the Month - Rain Boots from Footspot

The hardware & straps made these look cool, they are black but don't look like garbage/ fish market work boots, they don't look too much like rain boots & I got them on sale for HK$269 from Footspot ;) I'm ready for rainy season :D

Friday, March 28, 2014

Happy Shopping at Dr Kong

Nice deal on Dr Kong kids shoes. 
50% off your 2nd (lower price) pair.
I normally really really dislike Dr Kong's style, but I found these ones pretty cute for OB.
I adore camo!

And these sandals for summer.
2 pairs for HK$4xx.
I'm pleased! 
PS. Their service is superb! They help you finding the right size & style, great with kids, friendly despite having a naughty customer delaying closing time & even offered bigger bag to house my groceries. Is this what they called great "customer experience" these days?