The day was Sunday
It was so bright yet so grey
You came into the room like a stranger
With wild eyes, it lingered
You opened your mouth and spoke
So softly as if you'd choke
Then came the news so grim
You're leaving me, not him
The morning it happened
You look casually dampened
Your loveless glare
Made me truly aware
Like a dry, withering clove
I have lost your love
Your touch was stiff
Your mind was adrift
Your senses were absent
And my heart was in fragments
Seven years, wasted
Seven years, annihilated
I would never forget
The day your love went away
Like a painful, losing bet
This day will always stay
19 August 2014
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
This pair was bought almost two months back and I had completely forgotten about posting them here.
Thought I'd share with all of you this camo London sneakers by Giuseppe Zanotti for their Spring/Summer 2013 collection - because they are ridiculously sick!
I had my eyes on a similar pair without the metal studs but with Zanotti's signature metal Velcro strap. Sadly, that particular pair didn't make it to our shore.... but this one does!
This pair comes in camo-print suede leather with metallic gold leather trimmings and matching gold zippers and metal studs on the sides. The shoe laces are black and so does the rubber sole. The asking price for these sneakers are listed on its website at US$825 or so, but it was sold for twice the price in Giuseppe Zanotti boutique here in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
That pretty much answers why people shop overseas.
Only 6 of these babies are available in Malaysia and happy to say, I snagged the first one hours after it was released. *grabs wallet and cries*
If you want it, head to its store in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur or simply order it online at giuseppezanottidesign.com. They ship worldwide, including Malaysia, in 2-4 working days by UPS.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
|Prada 'Levitate' brogues in grey/silver|
I figured, my humble shoes collection wouldn't be complete without a pair (or two) from Prada. Coincidentally, there's a particular pair that I really, really liked this season.
So, I gathered this was a sign from the universe for me to walk into Prada store and get one of its shoes.
Introducing the Levitate brogues from the Spring/Summer 2013 men's runway collection.
It's a no-brainer how these brogues got its name. The thick, clear plastic sole makes it seems, well, levitating.
Made of brushed calf leather with perforated wingtip design, it comes in four colours: black, white, brown and this, greyish silver with matching shoe laces.
I always wear shoes in 42.5 or 43. However, I can fit in nicely into size 41 of this without any discomfort or pain. That's something, isn't it?
I hereby embed an unboxing video I had made for this pair a couple of weeks ago so you can get a better picture of it.
This one was bought in Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur and cheaper by 200 bucks than in Bangkok.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Because, why not? Milk all you can out of the famous book/TV-series/movies while you still can.
Normally, I don't read chick-lits. I found these books, 'Carrie Diaries' and its sequel 'Summer and the City' during the Big Bad Wolf sale last year and decided - hey, why not since I was already a huge fan of the series and the movies.
Plus, they were only at RM8 each. Hardcover too.
The book brings us back to 1980s when Carrie Bradshaw was a 17-year-old high school student aspiring to be a writer and get accepted into Brown. At the same time, having a love-hate relationship with the new boy in school, Sebastian Kydd whilst maintaining friendship with her three best friends, Maggie, Mouse and Walt.
The first book ends with Carrie being accepted for a writing programme in New York City for the summer and her journey in the Big Apple continues in the second book where she found her first big love - the New York City - and contemplated abandoning her initial plan of going to Brown for being a serious writer.
For someone who has known and fell in love with Carrie Bradshaw and her much-older best friends: Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte, reading this book was quite dreadful in the beginning without being familiar with any other characters except Carrie herself.
Even Carrie was not the usual strong-minded, opinionated woman we always knew. Somehow, as the story progressed, I learnt to appreciate the different Carrie given of the age difference and hey, I assume, that was exactly how normal teenage girls would behave (I think).
The most interesting part of the two books is the way we are revealed how it all started for Carrie. How she became a serious writer, what brought her to NYC and most importantly, how she met the other three girls: Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte.
All in all, it was really a pleasure reading both books. They were hilarious, warm and at times, cringe-worthy. If you're a fan of the four women, you'd appreciate these books.
Can't wait for its sequel.
PS: If you're thinking of giving these books a pass and watch the new TV-series 'The Carrie Diaries' instead, well, you're in for a loss because the TV series is SO different from the original story in the book. Of course, the books tell the story in a much better way and you'd appreciate the story build-up even more.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
I was totally in love with these JS Instinct the moment I saw Nicki Minaj wore them couple of months back. I think they're really cute - in crazy cute kinda way.
I'm starting to like JS Instinct even more now after buying the first pair because THEY ARE SO COMFORTABLE. You can imagine what they do to your feet just by looking at those thick cushioning and extra large tongue.
Simply comfortable - like wrapping hotel pillows to your feet.
So, as you can see from the pictures, the right and the left one aren't really identical to one another but the color combo are (so that onlookers and passers-by know that you're actually wearing the correct pair). While some might think it's tad too much to wear crazy sneakers like this, I actually like them for this because they are SO CRAZY!
Jeremy Scott has never failed to impress me. Never.