New In: All I Want for Christmas

Monday, January 09, 2012

Presents, presents, presents! Have you been naughty or nice? These are the things I received last Christmas from my own Santas.
The bath and shower set was from my godmother; the little pouch was from my aunt; and the earphones was from an office mate.

This was from my boss. Actually, she had to buy me a gift because she told her husband that I was her monita in our Christmas party. But that was just a cover up. Her real monito was her husband (my other boss). :)
 

My boss's real gift to me was this one. I was really surprised because I didn't expect it. But I am really grateful! :)

The pink chiffon maxi skirt and the violet pull-overs were from my sister, Arianne.
My gift to myself! Finally, I have it!
 I love the sexy style of my new babies!
This is another gift I bought for myself. A temptation I failed to resist. I bought both at the same time. Heehee :">
 By the way, I got this from Primadonna. You better check out their store now because their collection are just stunning. All those beautiful shoes around you will make you have shoegasm. I also love the fact that they have Jeffrey Campbell inspired shoes there.

Okay! I just got to share these! New luvvies of my sisters.

(Primadonna)

(Primadonna)

(Parisian)
Shoegasm or what? ♥

Anyway, what did you get this year? I hope you rewarded yourself something that you really, really want!

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