I resolve to...
- Buy at least two brand-named bags, esp. the monogrammed ones. I haven't bought any labelled bags since the Gucci one I got in August, and am feeling pretty deprived at the moment.
- Attempt not to squeal in excitement at the sight (or inside) of certain department stores. (Of course I'm referring to Harrods, Harvey Nicols, Selfridges, Lane Crawford and Neiman Marcus- who jumps in joy for Macy's and outlets?) Or try to squeal very, very quietly.
- Dress nicer and drape myself in brand named outfits for shopping sprees. I love the feeling when salespeople treat me as a human being and offer to get me stuff. Don't tell me you haven't noticed the way salespeople treat well-dressed shoppers!
- Finish reading Shopaholic & Sister ASAP. - One resolution that will definately be kept. I mean, who could not love Becky Bloomwood's fabulous obsession for clothes. The first chapter is already fascinating itself.
- NOT wander around the shops behind my university after lectures. - At least no more than once a week, I mean, Urban Outfitters does get new stock quite often and I wouldn't want to get overwhelmed by seeing too many new products at once.
And although this has nothing to do with my resolutions, since I can obviously not afford it, I just cannot resist posting a picture of the new Bottega Veneta bag I stare at everyday:
6. Stop staring at gorgeous bags and shoes on the Internet. There are definately better things to do in life.