We like shopping online now. Not only it saves our time, but we are able to select the best available deal. What a great way to save money! Just last week, we received the items that we bought last year. Yaay!!!
Here are just some of the huge deals we got. Ever since I saw this Juicy Couture charm bracelet (loaded to the brim with charms), I totally wanted it. But when it finally arrived, I found out that it's a bit too chunky for my taste. However, this will look great for parties and any other special occasions. The glittering crystals accent is a Juicy Couture Pave Crown stud earrings. It's tiny but cute.
I love Juicy Couture Footwear. I got this clever flip flop sandal with logo ribbon print wraps around the thick, cushy sole detailed with a matching bow and J signature charm. And this classic low-top sneaker Juicy Couture "Dorine" model has nice raised logo detailing along the sole.
This is my first purchase of Tory Burch, the beloved Reva rubber jelly flat in bold orange. It has the logo emblem at toe and non skid soles. The posh espadrille wedge with a sexy peep toe is Michael Kors Melanie. I really like the color and the design but it's 4 inches high. I've never had the occasion to wear high heels. Oh my, I really have to practice for a month around the house (practice makes perfect). :) The third one is Coach Zorra Sneakers in Khaki Logo Signature Jacquard Fabric. The white canvas with indigo big pony accent is Polo Ralph Lauren sneaker.
HB likes to collect Y-3 products. Y-3 is the highly exclusive collaborative project between Adidas and cult Japanese designer, Yohji Yamamoto. The "Y" stands for Yamamoto and the three stripes for Adidas Y3.
For bags, I got the Marc by Marc Jacobs Navy standard supply tote handbag. The other one is also Marc by Marc Jacobs shiny shopper tote bag. Both have inside zip pockets with logo patch. We got it more than half the price.
This may look a bit too much, but hey, we didn't buy this at the same time. This is like a three-month online "SALE" shopping. And most retailers had really some huge markdown. :)
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