My Shopping Trip to 168 Mall Divisoria
This post is just another one of my short shopping trip stories to tell. This Sunday, I went to 168 Shopping Mall at Divisoria to buy Ryan a few clothes for his trip to Abu Dabi. It’s actually his first time to ride a plane to an international destination. (I’m excited for him! Hohoho) so while shopping for him, I spotted a few nice things for myself as well! Take a sneak peak!
Besides eating at Chopsticks and Spoons, I also fancy Thai Food, carenderia style here at Chariya’s Authentic Thai Kitchen (3rd Floor 168 Food Court)
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They have a wide variety of thai dishes mixed with filipino flair. I like their green mango and catfish salad and their crab meat fried rice.
But for a change, I tried their bagoong fried rice with chicken pandan.
Their Thai Iced Milk Tea is the BEST. Even better than those you can find in high-end restaurants. It’s only 50 pesos. I always get one when I’m around.
Stuff I Bought
A red lingerie set for 450php
A Chino-Barong inspired top (750php) and a super fit short shorts (500php)
This is the same design as the dress worn by Jodi Sta Maria as Amor Powers in Pangako Sayo. Hers is white though. A midi little black dress for 950php
A pair of MY Ankle Boots made in Korea for 450php
Stockings for 100php
This looks so much better in person and when worn! A 70’s inspired shift dress for 950php
There’s a lot of quality clothing and unique finds in Divisoria if you’d only take the time to scour each shop. I’ve been shopping in Divisoria ever since I can remember so I do have a grasp of the place. How about you? What do you like to buy in Divisoria?
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