Saturday, July 03, 2010

"You broke my Birkin!!"

New handbags have a way of making a girl feel like she's in love. She would feel happy, content and for a week or so nothing can rain on her parade.

For those who are close to me, they would know that I'm passionately in love with bags. I can make do without shoes, just not bags. And although one of my 2010 resolutions is to not buy more handbags (mind you, it is darn hard to refrain myself from buying a new bag each month especially when I do actually have the $$-$$ to splurge this year with the part-time job and all) I found myself succumbing to my weak self this week.

Black studded handbag and a red patent purse, both by Charles and Keith.

And as I was passing by Dorothy Perkins, another bag caught my attention. A quilted, cream coloured, Chanel inspired bag. Okay, so I already have one in black that I got last year but there's no harm in getting one in a different colour. Kan?? Besides, the design is totally different from the one in black.

The day before yesterday, when Amal and I were hanging out in The Gardens Mall, we found out that Coach was doing a clearance sale. 50% off for all handbags. Yes, the big five oh. No joke

Because I'm a student who still lives with her parents, RM1000++ bags are usually out of the question. But 50% off somehow made the impossible seemed possible.

Amal was hyperventilating (I think) as she called her mom and let her know about the sale. She was targeting a pink cute tote bag.

Did I mentioned the bags on sale are all from the Poppy line? When the Poppy collection first came out I could only dream of getting one of the bags someday. I even tore out the ad from one of the magazines.

Unfortunately, the one I've been lusting for, the one I desperately wanted (next to the Gucci Indy bag) was sold out.

No 2 on my bag wish-list

As for Amal, I'm not sure whether she managed to convince her mom to get her the bag or not since she said she'll come back later in the evening with her mom.

Sometimes I wonder to myself, "If only a guy could make me feel this way."

Utter bliss weh... Even Johnny Depp comes second to bags.

Sharing the wisdom of Blair Waldorf, "Whoever said money doesn't buy happiness obviously didn't know where to shop."

As for me, I find happiness in handbag shops.

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