Sunday, October 05, 2008

The Power of Mr. Armani

Last Thursday was a national holiday in Germany. Everyone drove to the Netherlands, either to shop or only to relax including Nicolas and I. We went to the area in the Netherlands called Roermond. You can shop a lot of luxurious branded thingy, from Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Jil Sander until S. Oliver (not very luxurious one). I started from Mr. Giorgio Armani's deluxe work. My eyes were just into a pair of boots. They cost 400 Euro after 50% off. I was like :O but I couldn't complain cos they are really hot and sexy. I just could look at them closely and touched them, but could never afford them.

Three hours later, after eating, walking and window shopping. Nicolas got some kitchen knives from Viners. They are pretty sleek and of course looking good. Then Nicolas suggested to go back to enjoy the work of Mr. Armani. Jesus Christ! They were gone after three hours. The other pairs were also gone. Wow! I can never go back to see them anymore :(

5 Comments:

Blogger aRdho Saja said...

di roermond emang banyak barang murah ya? duh temen juga pernah cerita.. cuman kok amsterdam - roermond itu jauhnya bukan maen.. deket eindhoven kan ya?

5:57 PM  
Blogger Inne said...

hahaha ...
tp chris, someday you will ...

pasti lah, apalagi elo kan kerja di dunia fashion, py penghasilan sendiri, blom py anak, puas2in! *kompor hihi*

8:25 PM  
OpenID mercuryfalling said...

yah photo2x aja dulu ama tuh boots sebelom disambar orang lol

itu kalo merknya susi atau sumpit, bakal laku gak sih ?lol

10:12 PM  
Blogger Since-Yen said...

400eur buat boots, hohoho... kalo aku mending aku deposit buat lensa :D

Yakin, suatu saat pasti bisa, bahkan yg lebih mahal dari itu, dan yang lebih oke tentunya :)

Aku 'gak ke Aachen, cuman nyamperin pinggirannya aja.

9:22 AM  
Blogger Tiwi said...

Roermond asik ya Chris, bikin ngiler hehehehe...
pas gw ke sana suka ngelinterin the Body Shop nya, wangiiii....

11:14 AM  

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