Saturday, 21 August 2010

Skyscraper Heels & Sushi

As I mentioned in yesterday's post, I headed out to Marina Mall in the morning. It was the most beautiful thing I had seen!! There was close to nobody there! It was empty, and there was no noise, and no crowds pushing and shoving, and no baby strollers bumping into you. There was a clear view of the entire mall, and enough space for 5 people to walk side by side. It was amazing.

Usually, Zara would automatically cause me to repel away from it. I'm not saying this because I think that Zara doesn't have nice clothes, I'm saying this for the following reasons:

1. Zara's clothes are always of great quality, but normally look very "deja vu" in the sense that it's nothing new.
2. Everybody shops at Zara, so it's kind of hard to look original.

Yesterday, though, that's where most of my shopping took place. I found a couple of simple pieces that could be used for a number of different looks. That's one good thing about Zara, the fact that a lot of their clothes are basic, and so can be accessorized to be dressed up or dressed down. Here are the pieces that I picked up:

I love the loose fit of the sweater

I found the belt of these shorts really unique.

As you can see, I've started stocking up for the winter.

This is a very cute sweater that can be worn with almost everything. It's beige and the buttons are pearl white.

I cannot wait to add accessories to this dress!

I then made my way over to Oysho, the best place to buy undergarments! The reason I love Oysho so much is that it satisfies my Hello Kitty fetish to the fullest. While I won't be showing you all the pieces that I bought, I will show you a pair of PJ bottoms that I picked up. They just look so comfortable, and they feel equally as comfortable:

Right before I left, I left my phone number at Nine West, because I had seen a pair of shoes online that I just have to have, and that's when I realized that I needed a new pair of black heels. So I made my way to Aldo and found them! They were simple, which is what attracted me to them. All I needed were some black heels, and that's exactly what they were:

It was my sister's birthday, so we went to Edo for dinner. If you're reading this blog from Kuwait and don't know what Edo is, you should be ashamed of yourself! It is, in my opinion, the best Japanese restaurant around. The restaurant was originally a villa, giving it a very home-y feel, the food is amazing, the service is great, and price is superb compared to the quality of the food. You're getting the best tasting sushi for the best prices here; or at least that's what I've seen so far. So if anyone is not in Kuwait but plans to visit some day, don't forget to try out Edo, especially if you're a sushi lover like myself!

That's all for today. I'm off to the hairdressers to pretty myself up. There won't be any shopping done tonight, but don't worry, I never run out of fashionable things to blog about!!

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