Cute things in a quaint little store inside Shoppesville
Still the same shop, I want those Paris boxes!
It was a typical Sunday for the family, brunch out, shopping, walking around, and just plain family bonding. Too bad my brother Nathan wasn’t around, boo for his medtech internship.
Anyhoo, the day started out with going to the Legazpi Village Sunday Market at Makati. If you’ve been to Mercato, it’s similar, except there’s also a space for dry merchandise, meaning even furniture, bags, shirts and things were also sold, aside from the huge amounts of food and drinks all over the place. I honestly liked this market a lot, compared to Mercato, since in my opinion, there were more food choices available, making each member of my family satisfied with our own picks. In this Sunday Market, you’ll surely find something that’s perfectly suited to your personal preferences, because of the wide selection.
After brunch, we went to Ronac Art Center as I really wanted to check out the ETC Fashion Flea Market. The setup was cute with lampposts giving shoppers directions (photo above). I was expecting a much bigger assortment of shops since ETC is huge, being a channel and all, but then again, the booths that were there had beautiful items, so I’m not complaining. Plus, the bazaar is for a good cause, and a good cause is always enough for me to go to an event. :)
Our last stop for the day was Greenhills Shopping Center, since we were already in the area. And yes, I shopped!
The Legazpi Sunday Market is actually held at a spacious parking lot every Sunday in Makati
I love love love this vegetable lasagna, I couldn’t stop eating it! It has the goodness of lasagna, in eggplant parmigiana form! In case you didn’t know, I love eggplant! hahaha It also had a lot of mushrooms and cheese, so eggplant+mushroom+cheese=happy me!
Wagyu shawarma, pricey, but oh so worth it. :)
Spot malunggay rice!
I’m kinda converting to a health junkie, so forgive me for promoting healthy food. :)
Oyster cake/omelette, in Hokkien Chinese, we call them o-wa-jien. It’s actually a dish popular in Taiwan and Southern China. My mom makes this at home, but the one we ordered was good as well. Still doesn’t beat mom’s homecooking!
My sister forced us to make wacky faces, LOL
Meet bunso, in his HK Disneyland shirt, :) happily sipping his mango shake on a hot Sunday morning
Hello there Sophie’s Mom Red Velvet Cupcake, we finally meet, after bazaar after bazaar of not being able to meet you because you’re always sold out. And must I say, you did not disappoint. :)
One of the things that I was found really interesting was this Boyfriend Lounge the ETC Fashion Flea Market thought of. In my opinion, it’s a genius idea! perfect for the boyfriends, dads, brothers, who have no interest whatsoever in shopping.
I need this for the men in my life! Such cool pieces! Neon shoelaces!
If only I was a guy, I would have bought 4 pairs from this booth, look at those shoes!
Look who I spotted manning their Blogger Booths: Ava Te and son Athan, and Ana Gonzales
Top: monkee Business | Shorts: Greenhills | Belt: Genevieve Gozum | Shoes: Lyn | Bag: Longchamp
and off we went to Greenhills
that cupcake tin, gaaaaaaaaaaaaaah, so much cuteness!
Cute coinbanks! The piggy one reminded me of Camille Co
Awesomesauce shirts for only 200 each! I got myself the cyan blue Keep Calm and Carry On shirt
HDY booth, tribal print bucket bags!
I know milk tea photos are so mainstream, but i love Happy Lemon!
Haul: Tops from Theatre Mall, and main Shopping Center stalls, Belt from Nava
And look what I got from the ETC Fashion Flea Market! This adorable eco bag for 99 pesos (where proceeds will go to the Cancer Warriors Foundation)
and, I won 2000 worth of GCs because of that eco bag purchase! Ang bilis ng good karma diba?
Hype my look, yes?
P.S. last day to join my giveaway tomorrow!