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I have been doing so much of shopping lately. *GUYS, you may not wish to read further as this post is about something you all hate or rather envy ;) cos you don't have the patience to master this art which only girls can.*
I think for the past two months all I have been doing is shopping, shopping shopping. (On holidays). Had been to Westfield for the first time and I just loved it. It took 5 years to build that mall with 1.7 billion (if I am not wrong), and its so huge and lovely. There are nearly 300 stores inside. But sadly I didn't get to browse all the shops I wanted. Its impossible to do that in a day.
As for me, I would be on the happy mode if I am shopping and it helps me to refresh my mind and forget the worries. At least temporarily at that time. Yesterday I had sorted all the clothes and shoes I've bought during the last couple of months. Took them out of the shopping bags and put them in place. I realised how much I have spent just for the past 2 months and felt a bit guilty. But the thing is, this is not going to stop me from doing more shopping until september. I am trying to cut down though.
I have recently become addicted to ALDO. I was telling my friend, I want handbags in every colour so that I can wear matching handbag to my clothes. I usually go for black and brown and some other dark colours. But now I have started buying in different colours.


                                                                              Dorothy Perkins

Although you would have been to a shopping centre countless times, the next time you go there and it still feels new and so many things to explore. Sadly time is a limiting factor :( Only one thing I get irritated about is, you go for shopping and buy something after giving it a good consideration time and then when you go there next time it would be on a half-price or something like 70% off sale. Hmm...I know we can do nothing about this. At the end of the day, you don't wanna lose it by waiting it to be on a sale, like, Ilavu katha kili as they say in Tamil. Means, the parrot waits for an unfruitful tree (cotton) and the wait goes in vain as the cotton pods dry and falls off the trees and at last it is cotton and no fruit. (If I'm wrong please correct me).
Anyways, I'm signing off, Happy shopping and Hope you all are having a happy weekend :)


brocasarea said… much waste of money!!!;)
Saranya S said…
See I ve already said that guys wouldn't understand the joy of shopping ;)Anyhow I did feel a bit guilty about that. But I loved everything I bought anyway. :)
Thena said…
Same here acca, I have spent quite a lot recently on clothes shopping.. and it continues.. oh well it makes me happy :)
Thena said…
same here acca, I have spent quite a lot on clothes shopping recently and it continues but oh well it makes me happy :)

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