Pompasette Popup Haul and Other Goodies

My love for a good shopping experience is well-documented along with my love for things Caribbean.  Local and regional designs in one location makes for easy, convenient shopping. Unsurprisingly, this year’s Pompasette Popup Shop at the Barbados Museum once again had me in my happy place. If I had no financial limitations, the damage would’ve […]

Oh Canada: The Shopping Haul

Ok, this post is a little overdue but better late than never, right? I bought a bunch of random stuff on my trip but to keep things simple, I’m focusing on the basic items. These will integrate well into my existing wardrobe and they are pieces I can dress up or down depending on the […]

100% Bajan: The 5th Element Experience

We all know by now that I like shopping. But I also like buying locally-made products. There’s just something about supporting your own that makes that shopping high even better.  Usually the cost can be prohibitive so I tend to opt for jewellery rather than clothing even though I really want to buy Bajan clothes […]

I Went, I Saw, I Bought: Sister Swap Barbados

The only thing I like more than buying clothes and shoes is buying them at affordable prices. I therefore don’t need to tell you how much I loved Sister Swap Barbados’ shopping event on Saturday. You might’ve read my preview in mylast post or seen me sharing it on Facebook. Now here’s the review. Ocean […]

I Sorta Cheated… On My Shopping Ban

If you’ve been following my Facebook page you might’ve seen that I’m on a self imposed shopping ban. It started around mid-July and it’s supposed to last for three months. That means no shoe, bag or clothing purchases and generally no non-essentials. About a week into the ban I was struggling because everything in town suddenly […]

There’s Always Time to Shop

If you read yesterday’s post you would know about my super quick trip to Antigua on Friday and how I insisted on buy something from the airport despite being pressed for time. Hurried shopping seems to be becoming a habit…. The layered necklace (which is made from the coconut shell) takes me back to my […]

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