I'll be going to the beach next weekend for a company outing and since most of my clothes are for the cold season (all my summer outfits are already expired), I opted to check out the hottest pre-summer bazaar in the metro - Soleil, as organized by one of the leading organizations in La Salle, BMS.
As in all bazaars that I've been to, I wasn't able to buy anything for myself since I have this shopping rule that I'd only buy stuff that kinda communicates to me. Like, you know that thing when you see someone cute and she smiles and your heart kind of goes like warm butter sliding down hot toast? Well that's what it's like when I see really good clothes. Only it's better. And of course, I'd immediately buy the clothes!
Below are some of the pictures that we took during the bazaar. By the way, my friend, James, was one of the heads who organized this event!
Seriously, one can't get enough accessories. Too bad most of the stuff on display were for girls.
Animo Nation is one of DLSU's promising campus merchandise. It hasn't reached that level of Get Blued yet as in Ateneo, but the team behind it is really driven to bring back the school spirit, not that it has weaken or anything. What I like most about Animo Nation? Their designs are very classy! It's sure to stand the test of time.
My brother is dying to have one of these notebooks. Each page contains a template body where you can sketch different clothes on. I think it's one of those essentials when you're a fashion student. Unfortunately, when we arrived at their booth, the owner wasn't there and the girl guarding the booth didn't know the price:(
After having lunch, we went Power Plant to do some serious shopping because I wasn't satisfied with what they have in the bazaar. I don't know why but I'm starting to like Muji more than Zara and Topman. I guess my taste is either shifting or starting to mature. I then went straight to my mom's office in Paragon Plaza and waited for her meeting to end. We then watched Hugo which is one heck of a beautiful film, then finally called it a day.