6 May 2014


These days, I've been pairing my black and white pieces together, that I seem to have forgotten about my pink ones. At least 1/4 if not half, of my wardrobe is made up of tops, dresses, blazers and cardigans of the same hue — blush pink. Now, why would someone need so much of pink in her wardrobe? I don't know. Whenever out shopping, I find myself gravitating towards the rack of pastels. 

During my trip to Bangkok last November, I bought myself a wallet (because I had extra cash left from the trip lol) in *drum roll* BLUSH PINK. For the record, I did want to get a black wallet but they didn't have stock. If I needed anymore pink, I think that would be in my shoe collection. Since I'm more of a ballet flats kinda girl and walking in heels isn't exactly my forte, you can imagine the overwhelming amount of flats in my shoe rack. What I really needed most was a pair of heels, for rainy days (not literally).

Since Zalora is known for their wide range of selection and speedy delivery, I decided to start my hunt for a pair of nude/pink heels there. When I received my heels and started prancing around the hall in them, they caught my mother's attention. Not only did she approved of that purchase, she encouraged me to get another pair in a bigger size because it was a little too tight for me and also, so that she could have this one.

From past experiences, I've learnt that when purchasing pointed toe heels/flats online, it's always best to go one size up even when the shoe description says "True to size" or "Fits true". Imagine the hassle of having to exchange for a bigger size. However, in an event that one size up is too big for you, you can always add a padding.

So yes, now I'm a happy shopper in love with these shoes and can't stop photographing them (lol)! I can't wait to wear them out.

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