Sunday, September 30, 2007

My TOP 5 LV Bags

I feel that I have to at least make a post on bags at least once a week as i have self-declared myself to be a baghag. So as a true baghag (a wannabe, if I may add to that).. here goes my top five Louis Vuitton bags that have been "haunting" me for the past months.

1. First on my list is the NEVERFULL PM:
First time I saw this bag on thebaghag's blog, I immediately fell soooo in love with it!! That's why on our trip to Singapore last June, I never failed to catch a glimpse of this beauty at LV's Ngee Ann store as this was not yet available here in Greenbelt that time. Would you believe? I have to fall in line outside the store just to get a look at this bag! There's this policy in SG that they do not allow customers to come in if there are too many customers inside already! You have to wait for your turn and pray that the customers inside will go out na so that you can come in. My Gawd! I haven't experience that here except maybe during Sale season. This bag is just for me. It's big enough to carry all my stuff, it has a beatiful lining that can be reversed though I dont think i'll do that if ever i'll got one, and I love the shape!. One downside maybe is the thin strap of the bag. But nevertheless, I soo love it!

2. The Speedy 30
This bag is one of the iconic bag of LV. It's been around for some time now but I've seen it still carried by baghags. It's a classic and you can never go out of style with one. I also love the speedy in damier azur! aylavit!

3. The Vernis Bedford
I love the Vernis line especially the Bedford. It's like the Monogram Papillon but this one is better! I love the color!

4. The Epi Alma
I'm not really a fan of the Epi line. Well coz it doesn't show much the "monogram logo" (i'm such a brand person he he he). But the Alma is an exemption :)

5. The Damier Azur Keepall 50
I know this is a "travel" bag but I would love to have one. I love travelling and I would love to be seen carrying this stylish luggage while roaming around the airports :)

So, there goes my "wishlist". Such eye candies! For your info, I'm still saving up for my first LV and I hope to get one ASAP! :)

It's raining the whole day. I don't have any complaints though cause I so looove this kind of weather! I just stayed at home the whole day catching up on my blogging (i was kinda "neglecting" my blog if you might notice he he he)... Anyways, we made some plans to have dinner and watch a movie in the evening together with our regular Saturday buddies, Malou & Charlie at Trinoma. We chose to watch "No Reservations" with Catherine Zeta-Jones and the very lovable Abigail Breslin. The movie is ok for me. Not too much of romance as I've expected 'coz it's also a family movie with Abigail playing a nice role as Catherine's niece. It's heartwarming to watch this aunt-niece tandem as they go through LIFE'S hardships together. Plus, add a little bit of "kitchen" romance between Zeta and Aaron Eckhart. Over-all, the movie is light and can pass as a "feel good movie" for me :)
After that, we headed off to have coffee at Coffee Bean. We passed by Powerbooks first so that i can buy the latest issue of a showbiz magazine i've been wanting to get since last week pa! You see, i've been seeing a lot of posts from my fave blogs about how this one TOUGH Lady survived the painful truth of falling in love and letting go of the man she thought love her as much as she loved him as revealed in this magazine. Oh well, Malou & I can't wait to read the whole story and so off we did, all 10 pages of it ! (or more i think) I really can't believe these hurtful things can happen to people like her coz I used to believe before that theses stars led a very lucky life. Aside from having a very financially rewarding career, I used to think that they are also free from all the hardships and cruelty that life may bring. But oh well, with what she has gone through just to save her marriage, all I can say is that this Lady has every right to be happy now! I'm not really a fan of her but after reading the article, I saw her not as a star but as a human being trying to get on with her life despite the horrible things that had happened to her that sometime made her think she just wanted to die from so much hurt. And for that, i truly admire her!

Saturday, September 29, 2007

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