Saturday, November 12, 2011

Let's Doooo-Bay

So, I spent my Eid holiday in the magical city of Dubai, siiigh... so close to my heart. It was one of the most relaxing and laziest holiday I have ever had in a looong time. And the great thing about it is that my family and relatives all traveled to Dubai at the same time. So I spent a lot of quality time with them. The only drawback was my mobile line. It already had roaming and international line services but annoyingly did not connect to the network the entire time I was in Dubai. I called the hotline for some help and I got the two most typical answers for any problem I had with my line: 1)Remove the battery. 2) Put your SIM card in a different mobile. Well guess what operator, I did both and still my mobile couldn't connect! Frustrating at first, but I guess it came to my advantage as I freed myself from technology for a bit. Anyhow, I wish I could have stayed longer to meet all the people I wanted to meet.  Too many things, too little time. Hopefully in my next visit soon. 

A visit to Dubai wouldn't be complete without a quick shopping trip, so let's start with the ultimate accessory and arm candy: the bags. My absolute favorite was this Dries Van Noten suntan snakeskin leather clutch with black and white beading detail which I spotted at Harvey Nichols Dubai

I'm having a Givenchy moment ever since I saw the black panther skirt,. I spotted these pretty box clutches by Givenchy. But unfortunately, it can only fit my iPhone...

I posted about this florescent baby before here, but I can't get enough of it...

Baby blue CĂ©line box bag.. heart!

Boutique 1 was honestly my favorite shopping destination during my stay in Dubai and the most place I spent my shopping budget at. The shoes, bags, jewelry, and clothes selections were the just gorgeous and too hard to resist. I spotted these TDF Proenza Schouler bags (top and below) and couldn't decide on which one to get!! Or should I wait for the S/S collection?  

Very impressed by the design of Victoria Beckham's bags. Loved this Two-tone leather and suede shoulder bag (also spotted them at Boutique 1).

Alexander McQueen velvet clutch was a bit on the snooze side... 

Fuzzy Wuzzy was a ... clutch! Fuzzy Wuzzy had plenty of hair! I fell in love with this Mongolian fur clutch by Holly Fulton at Symphony boutique. My sister had a different opinion and quickly dragged me out of the store before I seal the deal. Sob! More to come on Dubai....



4 comments:

Pure said...

the last clutch looks like a bearded woman :s
so glad ur sis pulled you out ! :p

Confashion said...

Pure
LOL! It did really look cute at that time! Now with your description..,. I'm not so sure :P

Alshaikha GhadeeR said...

hahahaha it's cute ;p and super weirdo
love ur blog btw i check like hundred times a day <3

Confashion said...

Alshaikha GhadeeR
Thank you so much and I'm glad you're enjoying it :)

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