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Fashionably late?

by Kiran on January 7, 2009 · 16 comments

in Shopping & Fashion

Warning: This post is all about fashion and shopping guides – no offense, I am a little (fashionably) late with this post! You are welcome to devour over any brilliant (if you insist) gift/shopping ideas for your loved ones. Not that I am accusing you of your gift choices. Hell, I won’t make any more excuses on your behalf. Read on, you fashion freak ! πŸ˜€

A cupboard full of trendy and designer label wears.

Shoe rack or wheel bursting with flip flops, wedges, peep toes, pumps, heels, boots etc.

Accessories, beauty products, handbags etc..

And the list can goes on and on. Fashion sense is in every one. It wouldn’t hurt to recognize fashion favorites of the significant other. It is just a matter of knowing the actual size, favorite color, type and designs. I must confess that I’ve became a shoe and handbag freak! Surprisingly, I wasn’t a fashion addict before marriage—I didn’t had the luxury nor time to spruce my ego—you can judge me, I won’t hire a lawyer πŸ™‚ It all started when Tarun gifted me quite a few pairs of shoes and handbags since we eloped—don’t fret at his great eye for fashion. Thank goodness he has not regretted on his decisions. We are not keen in spending unnecessarily. Anything wearable is doable. A decent wardrobe, nothing fancy. It is actually simple to maintain a decent lifestyle without splurging on expensive labels. The important key is recognizing the bargaining power! Simply means, SALE! I’ve never purchase any fashionable items at a ridiculous price tag. I always scour and wait for season sales. The best bargains are found after Christmas and better still, New Year sale! And that would probably be the best time to catch me hopping from one shop into the other πŸ™‚ Please don’t ignore if you see me. A simple Hi won’t hurt. Anyways…

*These are some of the outlets (name brands if you insist) that I frequently visit. Click on the images for current bargains:



What differs these outlets from others are not just in their price competitiveness but also the quality, variety of name brand carriers, comfort, style, and range. Now you would question, what about Thanksgiving Black Friday sale? Well, if you are willing to wait for hours in cold, chilly or undeserving weather conditions, than by all means. Personally, I would only go for gadget shopping during Black Friday. This is just personal, though this theory is yet to be tested πŸ˜€ Be my guess and let me know your take on Black Friday. On the other hand, eShopping is so convenient! There is no waiting in line, fuel consumption or feet aches. Occasionally, I indulge into online shopping as long as I avoid purchasing anything that involves measurement. All in all, I still prefer in-store experiences where I am able to have a feel of comfort while shopping for any merchandises. That is just me, what about you? Do you prefer eShopping or in-store?

Now that we are planning a trip back to India and Malaysia, what could be better than to shop mementos in bulk for family’s and friends without breaking the bank balance right? With the right time, place and list, you are in for a surprise with great bargains out there. And also, don’t forget to sign up online with your favorite outlet(s) to receive discounts and special offers!

Shopaholic’s, splurge away! Husbands, considered warned!

*the author has no affiliation with the labels or outlets as mentioned above, whether in the form of gratuity or advertisement revenue.


1 vishesh unni raghunathan January 8, 2009 at 7:33 AM


2 Aathira January 8, 2009 at 7:45 AM

Every time I see these ads and look through the online catalogs, I so wish that these shopping goodies were available in India too. πŸ™

I have to satisfy myself with endless drooling at all the stuff through a monitor screen ! *sigh*

3 HOBO(nickname) January 8, 2009 at 7:58 AM


4 Kido January 8, 2009 at 12:47 PM


5 Solilo January 8, 2009 at 1:01 PM

I am a huge fan of Bath & Body works. The products make best gifts.

I prefer in-store shopping. I am not much into e-shopping.

6 Poonam Sharma January 9, 2009 at 6:26 AM

yes, online shopping can not match in-store shopping experience πŸ™‚

Should I take writing of this post as begining of writings of your own shopaholic series? ;P

7 Reema January 9, 2009 at 9:32 AM

U guys eloped???? would love to hear ur love story πŸ™‚
its been days since I went on a shopping spree. Sigh! πŸ™

8 Amit January 11, 2009 at 11:48 AM

Shopping!!! I end up spending too much whenever I do that! πŸ™‚

9 amreekandesi January 11, 2009 at 8:58 PM

Online shopping is so much fun!

Ah..the thrill of going through various sites trying to find the best price of your favorite items. Amazon is my online store of choice, but and are pretty good too.

10 Kiran September 24, 2009 at 12:38 AM

Thanks for all the comments my dear friends πŸ™‚ Sigh! My replies went missing from the web-server unfortunately. I can’t recreate my replies all over again πŸ˜€

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