WALE O. IN THE FAB HOUSE!
Gucci morning to everyone,
It's my very first post on here, so please permit me to be fierce on words as it's the least I can afford.
Don't get me wrong, I purchase them high fashion brands like GUCCII,PRADOA,TOM&MARY HILFINGER etc. (all fake,so what?) but there has been so much talk and debate on buying Nigeria, so I decided to save my money and 'tried Nigeria.'
|RALPH LAUREN VELVET SLIPPERS|
The other day I was flipping through a GQ Magazine when my eyes caught a pair of RALPH LAUREN velvet slippers and immediately, I started smiling like I already owned them. I was able to line up 5 events I would rock it to until the price tag rolled its eyes at me and sent a cold shock down my spine: a lousy £6,000... Don't even let me start on the wonders that figure would perform in my life.
Out of mixed feelings of not being able to have those shoes and the thought of the price tearing my future pocket, I picked up my phone and called Abbey - the only shoe maker whose language I understand: he speaks between #4,000 and #10,000. I told him my need and gave him my shoe size and he told me to be back in a week.
7 days finally went by and I got hold of my slippers... :D
|ABBEY VELVET SLIPPERS|
So much, for so much less!
I can proudly tell people they're locally made after all... better than hiding the extra I in my GUCCII, so really buying Nigeria feels really great!