More than never.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Went to Vivocity today. I practically spent a whole day there. Walked to every corner. Found my way to St. James Powerhouse which was the club that se7en performed in. :(

Then I walked. And walked. And walked again.

It was a 525m walk to and another 525m back on the Sentosa Boardwalk. It was evening, the sun was setting, quite a pretty sight if the sun wasn't glaring at my face the way it was.

I walked the whole 525m and then bought a pretty awesome and expensive iced lemon tea and walked back. I think we had to pay to get in but I didn't really dare to go nearer to pry. It was a good walk though.

I spent the whole day trying on clothes and shoes that I could and would never buy.

This not so impressive looking piece of denim dress did have alot of impressive little designs on it, like how every button on it is actually different and every denim used to piece it together is also different. This dress, it costs $209. -.-

This was from a very cute shop on some other mall connected (i have no idea how i got there, just alot of walking) with a very nice sales asst. and it was something like $89. Ahh. Fat.

I just wanted to wear something red. Its hard to find a red item in a not-so-intimidating-shop so I could just try in on and tell them I didn't want it. It was pretty and simple.

This was found in some other random place I walked into with a scary China aunty who was very nice who kept shoving clothes through the very transparent cloth to me. These kind of sales ppl are creepy. I don't want to have to become one. The clothes there are so cool and are apparently handmade (some had really nice drawings). That pair of really nice pink pants was $149. It had bells on it. LOL. The top was something like $49. Why would I buy some slightly lose and transparent top for $49?

Topshop? Lol. It's supposed to make people look skinny. Not.

Now this. Was completely tempting. Thank God I don't bring money out with me. Not enough to afford this anyway. Sighs. T_T The shop's called M)phosis. I have no idea how i'm supposed to pronounce it.

The most ridiculous priced thing I've seen to far is a $40 pair of flip flop. Seriously. They were just flip flops. The most normal looking pair of flip flops. I walked into Ted Baker. Didn't even dare to try anything. The placed looked to scary, other than the fact that everything was.. huge.

Coming home. Just for awhile.

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