It is quite hard to resist all the sales whenever you're traveling. You always have the I-have-to-buy-it-now excuse since you're on vacay. I mean come on how can you pass a Damir Doma pair of shoes or  a Givenchy murse for half the retail price. Seriously, that's almost charity right? Believe me, the sales in Europe are insane. It's ridiculously deadly for shopaholics like me. So here's a piece of advice. Don't shop the entire year and just blow your piggy bank when you're on vacation. Just don't tell anybody you got that advice from me because I don't want your parents nor your wife to come running after me.

Since I have bought quite a number of shit both in Europe and Hong Kong I will divide my blog entry to two separate posts (in chronological order)...Hahahhaha! 


Asos Cape given to me by my friend Gab


Bless x Weekday Scarf-Bag and  Bless Beach Bermudas

Yohji-Inspired Monki Oversized Shirt
Weekday Asymmetrical Tank


Rad Hourani killer heels (I'm officially 5'11 with these heels on!)

Bless Oversized Shorts (Totally love this collector's piece!)

Veronique Branquinho Fanny Pack (Courtesy of my favorite people at Rosier 41)
H&M leggings


Sandals, hat, belt and drapey top  by Damir Doma (Thank you to the handsome guy at Damir Doma who assisted me at the store. Wonderful, wonderful customer service! I shall be back!)

Pierre Hardy cut-out sneakers


Dirk Bikkembergs bondage shoes (It's a bit tight. Hopefully my feet get smaller..Hahhaha!)

Weekday Polo

Firma Fingerless Glove (One of my current staples. Totally love the buttery soft leather!)


Henrik Vibskov Oversized Jacket (Was originally going to purchase the black one but ended up getting this light grey one!)

Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair Holy Grail Tape Sandals and Coin Purse Pendant (Yes, I finally got my tape sandals. My current favorite shoes! I'm obsessed with it.)

Hope Leather Skort

Nakkna Oversized Button-Downs


Celine F/W 2011 Black Phantom in Stamped Alligator (Yes I finally got one! And now I'm broke as hell!)


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