Paris on a budget

I wanted an LV bag for the longest time — ever since I was 17. However, my parents refused to spoil me with designer goods, so I made do without it. That was until I went to Europe 2 years ago. I caved, and use the last of my hard earned money (from doing plenty of part time jobs in KL and UK) on the Louis Vuitton Monogram Riveting Pochette Bag.

Picture credit: MALLERIES

So…instead of having luscious foie gras, truffles, macarons or eclairs, I had this:

KEBAB. In Paris. T____TWas the bag worth it? YES!! *smirks*
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  1. iamthewitch says:

    I hear you girl! Way to go! :)

  2. Cindy Khor says:

    yup, an absolute great choice. you can see the bag everyday from now on, but if you were to choose truffles, you won't get to see them until you go to the toilet

  3. the bag looks like it was worth the sacrifice! :D i can empathize with you … i was too impoverished the first time i visited paris, so all i ate for two days were croissants! =)

  4. nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. CUMI & CIKI says:

    so cute.. i also will go to great lengths for a bag.. my husband think im totally barmy :P

  6. yes, it worth it. *wink*

  7. Bangsar-bAbE says:

    ai wei – Kekeke…but a bit sayang to use it often. ;P

    Cumi & Ciki – LOL. I think all husbands & BFs think like that.

    Kath – Thanks!!

    Sean – Wow…it's hard to imagine you eating just croissants. You always seem to eat the best food. *jeles* =P

    Cindy – Hahaha….true true!

    iamthewitch – =D

  8. Sue Lyn,
    This is a must.. 'gorgeous baby'

  9. Bangsar-bAbE says:

    Nor Ramli – Thanks dear!

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