Tuesday, July 9, 2013

International Release: Blue Suede Shoes from Mundo




Alert the media!!! I'm back to blogging, lol!

Yep, here I am again after a long and busy blog holiday. I had a lifestyle overhaul - I've been busy with office work and other things that I've took for granted when I was busy writing, eating, cooking and traveling. Beyond that, I felt the need to quit "seeking attention" for a while because some of my stories and experiences were misinterpreted and caused a bit of trouble.

Now, let’s talk more about me, me, and me.

That's what this blog site is all about to begin with. You may become tired of me and the things that I do but I'll write whenever I can until my breath fades away, LOL!

Let's start my return with a random post about my fashion statement last summer. You see, I got a pair of blue suede shoes from Mundo! At Php 2, 990.00 it's expensive for a-little-above-minimum wage earner like me. But I have an addiction to suede shoes these days and I was looking for a particular color of blue. An impressive pair of blue suede shoes indeed.

I found the electric blue suede loafers in The Ramp Crossings one pay day. I bought it immediately without thinking twice. I've been using it all throughout the summer; walking on the beach, biking, strolling in the mall, and in the office too. I wore it with, denim, white and/or orange shorts topped with white, blue and violet shirts and sandos.

The shoes are very durable and comfortable. I'm using it most of the time, the colors fades after some time but the inner and outer soles are still good. It was such a great purchase, I had no regrets.
Right now, its my favorite pair of shoes. So please...don't you step on my blue suede shoes! Well...
You can burn my house,
Steal my car,
Drink my liquor
From an old fruit jar.

Do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh,
Honey, lay off of my shoes
Don't you step on my blue suede shoes.
You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes.




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