Dutch Fashion Girl

Fashion, but less materialism and more life-loving!


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So. I’ve got the bag.

The bag that I liked but didn’t buy, because I thought it was too expensive. The bag I only looked at and dreamed about at least a couple of times a week. That I spotted in great outfit posts of other bloggers. The bag that got sold out in the blink of an eye. That I got crazily obsessed with from the moment I saw it was sold out.

I clicked on ‘notify me when back in stock’ and when I got an email that it was restocked, I doubted for a couple of hours. A couple of hours too long, because when I finally decided to take the shot and buy it (read: empty my non-existing wallet) it was sold out again. I silly as I am, clicked the button again, and of course I didn’t hear back from it again. For months. Because obviously; I missed my second chance, and you should definitely not deserve a third chance on these games. But then the impossible happened: I got an email about a restocking. I thereupon acted as a crazy person and finally, FINALLY, clicked the bag home! And they lived happily ever after (I mean: it’s só beautiful!)

The shoes are a ‘mad-person-gone-wild’-example as well: I was bored on a train ride back from work, browsing through the Zara online store. Then I stumbled upon these boots, which were only €20. It must have been a mistake, so I didn’t know how fast I should go through the purchase process to ensure I would get them for that insane price. I was still looking for some good black boots anyway. And I love them; they are even comfortable than my real leather, quite expensive Zara boots!

Two perfect purchases.


Author: Marle

Msc Strategic Management student at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Blogger at dutchfashiongirl.com, passionate about food, fashion, perfume, books..

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