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I did mention about my love for shopping, but I guess most of you will wonder whether I am spending a huge portion of my money to buy all the stuffs that I want whenever I go on those trips. If truth be told, it takes a huge amount of self-control to not do exactly just that, but I have mastered the art of buying only what I really need and want as oppose to panic buying or hoarding on any random item I see in the display rack. It also works wonders to be up-to-date with the latest promos in the mall I frequent, that way, I know when the end-of-season sales are or when they’d mark down products at half the price to celebrate a certain holiday. I take advantage of these times by buying most of the stuffs I need when they are on sale at a much cheaper price. For example, if I chance upon a prom dress sale or a winter jacket sale, or a swimwear sale, early in January, I will jump at the opportunity as they would normally sell those items at a very low price around this time.
Being updated with fashion need not burn a hole in your pockets, you just need to be clever enough to know where to get the most fabulous finds and the best bargains and deals!
Guest post by a fashionista friend.
Photo credit: http://www.facebook.com/native.encyclopedia
This is a shared photo by friends from Facebook to denounce the cutting of trees in Baguio City to give way to the construction of a multi-level parking bay by a well-known shopping mall. We don’t have the money or power to counter what this big business(es) is up to, but we can do something to make people aware of the adverse effects of disrespect to nature.