Obviously it didn’t just end on looking at the pretty shops 😉 I was quite good though and didn’t go too crazy on shopping (I already started regretting it;) ).
I bought a bit of jewellery, most of which is quite unusual, a lot of the time funny and well, ridiculously cheap too 😉 Here’s a sneak peek for you;
There’s no such a thing as too many rings 😉
I finally got a Casio watch! I was lusting over it for months since the first time I saw it in Urban Outfitters and now, I finally have it! My sis laughed out loud when she saw it and made (a quite truthful) comment about the watch looking like something I got for my Communion… many many years ago. And I realised it is! so I like it even better 😉 she’s still laughing I bet.
Clothes-wise I got only 2 pieces (why oh why): a transparent shirt and an oversized cardi. Both pictured below (including a bit of my tan 😉
Belt is my only buy from Cambodia where I couldn’t find a shop to suit my style (more about that in next post) but I managed to find a vintage dresses store! I have to say Dublin vintage shops would be happy to have their stock. I was impressed. Unfortunately couldn’t find a dress to fit me/please me, I went for this unusual vintage belt so… and I really like it.
Ohh and of course I went a bit mad on handbags… there’re 2 out of my 5?6? (who cares 😉 buys.