March 25, 2020



To all the girls (and guys) out there looking to invest in designer digs – this video is for you!

I started collecting bags and shoes when I had saved enough money and had a few bucks lying around to play with. I was in my mid-20s and I was hooked! I bought myself a lot of trendy pieces, and was dictated by gut feel – not exactly the smartest way to shop, I know!

Now that I have more responsibilities (and expenses lol) being a new wifey to my hubs, moving into a newly built home, and doing more adult stuff like grocery or plant shopping for the #Skypod lol- I’ve come to terms with handling my finances, setting my priorities straight and being more practical with my purchases.

So I thought I’d help out those of you thinking about splurging on a designer item today. I want you to be able to get the most use and most happiness out of your new purchase!

Instead of sharing which bags I love, I thought it would be useful to give your insight on what I regret buying instead! Hopefully, this saves you a buck or two and lets you put your money exactly in the right place (or shoe) enjoy!



11 Responses

  1. Fashion and function must always come together because fashion should be functional. And we should definitely think ten times (or more!) before impulse buying! Thanks for the insights, Kryz! I hope you make a video on classic, timeless pieces we should invest on.

  2. Hi ate Kryz. I am in my early 20s pa pero tita life na lage kaayo ko. Hahaha lahi naman gd ang panahon karon. We really have to be price conscious shoppers na nowadays. Thanks for the insights ate Kryz. Please talk about more tips about investing money. Love you! 😘❤️

  3. We all have those kind of moments. hahaha as for me, I can’t let go of my books. (such a bookworm) and my mom is literally mad at me sometimes knowing that I always splurge on buying books. hahaha.

    I really enjoyed watching this!

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