World Bazaar Festival 2016

👫 HB and I check this out last week and we arrived there before throngs of shoppers crowded the place. This year's World Bazaar Festival was not overwhelmingly big but definitely worth perusing rows of vendors as you can be sure to find some cool stuff. (Click the video below).

I bought some personalized cases for gifts. I preferred the black one because it perfectly matches with the gold hardware closure. Unfortunately, they only had two colors (mustard and brown) on the stock. So I had no choice but to get the mustard because the brown shade was too dull. Anyway, it gets way better as they can personalize the case (free monogram up to 3 letters only). I requested more than 3 letters for each case so I paid an additional fee. You can place your bills, receipts, passports, cash in notes or checkbooks in this chic case.

personalized cases ready for dispatch! :)

I also found a nice blue top that I purchased for about P300 or P350. Actually, the loose-fitting elbow length puffed sleeves make for a pretty finish. Nice top to pair with jeans. 💃

I was also looking for patches that are something unique. Luckily I was able to find one of the booths selling cute pin sets for clothes and bags.👍 One set was P220, as for the boy and girl I think I've got it for P180/each.

Even though I won't end up buying anything, that's okay with me. I just like the excitement of browsing, checking out what's new and the possibility to find a treasure or something that I really like.

If you're still looking for Christmas gifts without hefty price tags head over to World Bazaar Festival at World Trade Center, which will run until December 22.

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