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Sunday Shopping Spree

Today was a rainy Sunday, that ended up as the shopping spree of the year.
Ironically, everything purchased was really needed. Just by looking at the pictures, can you guess what is inside of each bag?

- Nike 5+ID with cheetah reflectors: The Flash pack
- Black pants for work
- Mysterious present for some newlyweds.
- Mascara and eyebrow pencil. Still frustrated because they discontinued the Blackout Mascara :(
- Rose and Verbena soap, for body and hands respectively, plus some feet lavender cream.

It's been a long time after the perfect Nike ID. They are neon and discrete at the same time. I just love it. I had been trying to come up with different designs, using the tool on the site, without really getting them right. Came to the store and there they were! Just how I dreamed them, but a bit cheaper :)

Actually, these are way cheaper in Japan (90€) than in Spain (150€). Partly because of the weak yen and partly because of the higher salaries in here :) lucky girl today.


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