Sunday, October 30, 2011

Day 3 Flea Market Sneak Peak: Military Sweater Dress

Who wouldn't want to add this piece to their closet? :) Just the soft and comfortable fabric, the gold buttons and military details combined with a perfect fit, this is definitely a classic piece that should be in everybody's closet.

More photos after the break.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Day 2 Flea Market Sneak Peak: Embroidered Denim Dress

While sifting through the racks of the thrift store, I got caught by the embroidered overlay of this light denim dress :) Pretty pretty no?! Check out the details below:

Friday, October 28, 2011

Budget Boater Hat

Met up with the boyfriend today for some quality time :) well, where else to go but to the mall because we also have to run some errands along the way. We initially set our minds to find an affordable full length mirror to use at the flea market, instead my eyes zoomed in at that little hat on the upper left side. Yup a boater hat at last :) After checking the price; an affordable 249 pesos! :) far cry from the prices that I saw online, I made a bee line towards the cashier and made my purchase. Hopefully I could use this to style my mannequin this December.

I am really surprised at how the stylish department store accessories have become. There will never be an excuse not to complete your look with finds that are this affordable.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Shoe (Window) Shopping at Parisian

My lil sis and I met up after work at SM Makati. I actually went there a couple of days ago with the boyfriend and told her about those pretty shoes at SM! so the next day gorabels na kami ni bunso (that's how I  call my lil sis, term of endearment lang din for my moody younger sister :P ).

Should I or should I not buy it?

Monday, October 24, 2011

Spotted: Love

Another one of my Suki,  Love bought this vintage Ecru lace dress from the shop that most buyers were scared about, well..because of the unusual draping.

Ecru Lace dress, a personal favorite 

Friday, October 21, 2011

Plethora Shop's First Blog Giveaway! CLOSED!!! :)

Here's a simple thanksgiving for the blessings that the shop is getting these past few months. Plethora's collaborating with Carla's Closet, Bella Blue and Euphoria for our very first Blog Giveaway!

We're giving away clothes and handmade accessories to 3 lucky ladies. Here's what's up for grabs:

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Seller Feature: Bella Blue

Get to know the artisan behind Bella Blue, a store for handmade T- Shirt Scarves and Hex bracelets. 

Nickname: Marion
Age: 30
Profession: Nurse

Saturday, October 15, 2011

October 15 New Uploads!

Here's a little run down of our shop uploads this morning :) Hope you'll find something that you like!

Seller feature: Carla's Closet

Here's another feature from one of our sponsors for our first blog giveaway. Meet Carla of Carla's Closet :)

Nickname: Carla
Age: 22
Profession: architecture student

Friday, October 14, 2011

Seller feature: Euphoria

Here's our first featured seller, Khel. Get to know her better and shop her store for the most affordable fabulous hand- crafted feather accessories to date! :)

Nickname: Khel
Age: 23 years old
Profession: Nurse

Monday, October 10, 2011

Cooking up Our First Blog Giveaway

It might seem too early for a giveaway since I haven't been actively blogging for a while (sorry guys). I've thinking and preparing a lot for the Flea Market this December, I thought of ways on how I could spread some updates and information that our shop would be included in the event, and because of the blessings that we have received these past months, it would be fitting that we give back to the people who matters the most; our valued customers. 

Sunday, October 2, 2011

DIY product tags and earring cards

I've shopping around lately and been hoarding vintage clothes during my days off :) because I have a little more time to kill and my creative juices ready to flow, I wanted to try doing my own product tags and earring cards, unfortunately while typhoon Pedring was hitting the Metro. I really wanted the rustic feel of Kraft boards but finding the right thickness for the tags became a challenge to me. So I went to the bookstore and bought a couple of stuff that I needed for my project. 

1. Ticket puncher- for the perfect sized holes for the cards
2. Tagging Gun
3. Plastic Barbs
4. Epson printer Inks and...
5. 10 pcs of long Kraft folders- because they have the perfect color and thickness that I need

Kraft folders