[DUC][DUC] FEB & MARCH SHOPPING BAGS [DUC][DUC]
Today is my day off then I decided to kick my big fat butt to do [DUC] at last.
However I didn't buy many on Jan Sales,
I've still got many of bags have been hiding on the top of the wardrobe.
(Can't bring them all out at the same time,
Andy might kills me)
OK, Let's talk less and DUC more!
FEB & MARCH SHOPPING BAGS (so far)
Green Chiffon Dress : ECHOO SHOP, Cambridge : £30
Pattern Red Chiffon Skirt : URBAN OUTFITTER : £20
Black Flat Shoes : JANE NORMAN : £25
CUTE LITTLE THINGS FROM MY SIS
White Vests & Tribe Skirt : A LITTLE SHOP IN CHIANGMAI
A RARELY FOUND SIZE 6 DRESS
Green Pastel Silky Dress : WAREHOUSE : £25
ARMANI EXCHANGE ACCESSORIES
Earring : £19
Matching Necklace : £29
Blue Suede Belt : £15
Purple Patent Belt : £15
I will theme them altogether
(my newbies + the previous goodies, which I didn't do the last DUC)
And also! Have seen in N'Kiss's & K.Kae's & N'PAE's blogs adding their gorgeous bags in DUC.
Then I was like...How did a bag lover like me overlook this idea?!?
WINTER WRAP UP
PRIMARK Knitted Dress + Purple Patent A/X Belt + MORGAN Boots + CHRISTIAN DIOR Bag
AWAITING SPRING STYLE
Thai White Vest + DKNY Belt + Tribe Skirt + JANE NORMAN shoes
+ MOSCHINO tote
SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT
Thai White Vest + URBAN OUTFITTER Skirt + TOPSHOP Shoes
+ MISS SIXTY cross bodybag
CASUAL WORK GEAR
A/X Earrings + A/X Necklace (wearing like a Chunky bracelace)
+ECHOO Chiffon Dress + CLARKS Shoes + EMILIO PUCCI clutch
A CITY GIRL
A/X Necklace + Thai White Vest + A/X Belt
+ DOROTHY PERKIN SKIRT + PRINCIPLE Shoes
+ (Vintage?) EPI NOE LV
A/X earrings + WEARHOUSE Dress + CLARKS shoes
+ CHRISTIAN DIOR RASTA porchette
EARLY DRINK CHIC
A/X Earrings + KAREN MILLER halter neck top + DIESEL Jeans
+ MARKS & SPENCER shoes + CELINE grab bag
FASHION OR SOLUTION?
I used to think 'Eco Friendly' was just a trend.
People try to be GREEN cuz it's another image tool.
But when I looked back and found loadssssss of my shopping bags & plastic bags.
I don't think it's a trend but it's A MUST!
Eventhough lots of stores try to encourage customers to bring their own carry bags (some even charge for bags if you request),
We still have tons to get rid off.
Cardboards, glass bottles, plastic bottles, paper & magazines......
We always seperate them in recycle bins.
But is it possible if Commercial industry turn themselves to be Environmentally Friendly?
It would be great if customers who brings the used shopping bags back to the shop, can get a discount for the next purchase.
Win-Win solution, don't you think?Myterious Girl
Many Thanks to K.lozocat & K.KungGuenter for the codes ka
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