The Boss: "With all the things you buy, you should write a blog."
I was actually wondering how he finds out about the things I buy (I was actually afraid he was reading my blog, and considered posting in Tagalog, but that was before I remembered he was actually getting proficient) before I found out Barack Obama-lookalike ratted on me. Hmmmph.
Anyhoo, this weekend's haul is very very light for a couple of reasons. One is the weather - it was raining yesterday, and earlier today I tried to go out but it was so windy my EQ had to concede. The other is the Hello Kitty + MAC collection on February 13. And the last one is I'm dead tired from all the meetings I had last week. I was in the mothership office every single day, and I'm sure you know how much havoc it wreaks on my shoes (and feet). And then it started raining, so it got even worse. And then we started receiving complaints regarding work quality and all hell broke loose.
At any rate, I still cannot steer myself away from Shinjuku - it's almost a compulsion. I have to visit it once a week. Which is quite surprising considering a couple of months ago I wouldn't even go there alone. The Shinjuku train station is a huge huge station with like a billion exits - each takes you to a place very different from the other. Now I haven't memorized the whole place, but getting lost in Shinjuku is actually quite fun because there are hundreds of people walking aimlessly with you. Okay, so they may have been walking purposefully but still we were headed in the same direction.
So this is the haul:
NARS lipgloss in Chihuahua. Pretty pretty pink-peach color. It's not as sticky as most glosses, and I'm surprised it actually gives a hint of color. It smells and tastes horrible, however, but I'm taking that as a good thing because when glosses taste good I lick them off in a matter of seconds.
Black boots for 1050 Yen. I laveeet. I got it from this tiny store in Shinjuku station (St. Mary's, I think). I always visit because they always have this huge rack overflowing with shoes at 1050 yen each. This is actually my third pair, and they're quite comfortable and I could happily run after trains with them.
Last but not least:
Who the hell buys shades in winter?
Answer: Moi. I have never really managed going into Uniqlo without buying anything. But these aviators are cheap and pretty and don't fall off my non-existent nose, so I don't really mind.
To be continued...