*Shopbop.com did not contact me for the following review, it’s not sponsored, totally my discovery and opinions about it.
The current state of my favourite shoes could be equivalent to searching google images for “old, yucky, tearing flats,” and I’m sorry to bombard you with this image of them to prove a point. I didn’t even bother to mark them because I figured no one would actually take this awful image:
* I deleted the image because i was sick of seeing it on my blog everyday ahah. :D Just take it that it was pretty gross haha
They’re a pair of ECCO’s, been around for about a year and it’s getting to it’s end life. It’s soles don’t want to stick to it’s worn leather body and my mom has started to make faces at them. I figured it’s time for a change. I’m still wearing them though! Until they really die out, but I think getting a new pair is quite a necessity before they do eventually collapse.
So lookee here! I wonder what came in the mail recently:
oh, I know, I’m such a tease.
It’s my first pair of Tory Burchs, they were on sale for 30% off! And only in my size! I grabbed the last pair too!
I simply love how it’s packaged.
Hey new shoes. You probably won’t be looking so fresh after a year. I remember having shoes just like these from Melissa which is a brand from Brazil. They were white with a cute button to the side. They lasted me a really long time (more than a year, I go through shoes like no other) and they were water-proof which came in handy with the rainy weather in Singapore, so I thought these would too.
Cute stamp detailing on the back of each shoe:
My feet are happy. They wouldn’t look so bad with tights too. They’re a little big, which is the downside you pay for shopping online for shoes, but I got them at U.S Prices, so I can’t complain. I don’t know if I can bring myself to wear these anytime soon though >.<.
So Where Did I get these shoes? www.shopbop.com baby.
Online Shop-a-holics, it’s best you close this window now. I owe a great deal to this wonderful site, it has for sure kept me company on 2 am nights after studying. That’s when the magic happens, or rather the online shopping curse. Your mind is a bit blurred from numerous equations, you’re sleepy and can’t think right and the next thing you know you’re whipping out your credit card.
I’ve only purchased 2 things from there and have been very pleased with the service – Marc by Marc Jacobs studs and these Tory Burch Jelly Reva Flats. The prices are U.S prices and everything is in U.S dollars, but it beats the imports and taxes you have to pay when the actual brand puts a store on your shores. The shipping is fantastic and the shopping experience enjoyable. The clear layouts and models also depicting it help make online purchases easier which may be a good or bad thing depending on your online shop-a-holic status. For $10 international shipping worldwide in just 3 days (and it really does come in 3 working days), this site gets for sure, my thumbs up.
Yep, they’re currently having a sale, but you can click the designer index for all the brands they carry. There are soo many, you can’t even count. From Marc by Marc Jacobs to House of Harlow, to Juicy Couture, Sass and Bide, to L.A.M.B and more, you get happy just looking at everything.
and when you’re looking at the actual products, it’s a very easy shopping experience with clear and concise pictures
When you click on an object, a model wears them for you so you can see what it looks like
Essential when it comes to bags to see the relative size of it
So, check them out at www.shopbop.com!