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Shop Till Drop At Macys Arden Mall, Sacamento

SHOPPING STARTED ON THE THIRD DAY UPON ARRIVAL!
It was a weekend and the Sale was on.  We started off from the house as early as 11am to Arden Mall, it opens at this time and yes, we were the early birds!  Went straight to the shoes section, from there to the bags department.... hmmm... nothing much for me, prices were so much higher since the last time I came here in 2015. My purse in my wallet should be very safe..... yeah!

But alas, I said that a bit too early.... from the minute we reached the ladies'section, all went haywire.  Our hands went haywire, I mean... soon the three of us were carrying six dresses each to the fitting room.  *Six is the maximum pieces we could bring* and we went to and fro to the fitting room for three times in that ladies' section alone!  Ho. HOOO..... Just too cheap to resist... One dress is around $10-15 and that is the most we are paying.... Dress... not t-shirt.... How to Resist???

In the midst of our shopping, our tummies began to send SOS to our brains... Time for some food to replenish our energy.... and off we went to the food court to grab something light to eat.....
I walked round and round ... so undecided.... 
Settled for these Hotdog sticks...eventually... 
Turkey and Beef ... two for the price of $5...
And some Funnel Sticks which reminded me of our local Malaysian Ham Chim Piang... LOL..
Let's indulge.... 
At Arden Mall.....
After our light lunch, we continued our shopping again
back at Macy... 
This time to pay for our goods!


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    1. Thanks! Bought it two years ago and left it behind so that I can wear when I come again. :)

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  2. not showing us the dresses you bought?

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    1. I took a few photos in the fitting room... :)

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    1. Yeah, perhaps I will take a few pictures one day...

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  4. Pls wear the dress you bought and show us, hehe...

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    1. Then I must put on some makeup first.. hahaa

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  5. I love to shop at the Macy's in San Francisco too. It is still around for more than 20 years!

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  6. With the current exchange rate, not so cheap liao.

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    1. I didn't buy any dresses above $15... so it is still a good deal for a dress.. if in Ipoh, a dress normally cost around RM100 over ...

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  7. so shiok go jalan jalan and makan makan!

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    1. Only experience non working life till now... :)

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  8. What a relaxing day, shopping and makan, I think those are reasonable prices for dresses, you made me feel like going shopping now, hee hee

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    1. hahaha... go ahead.. Singapore has cheap deals too, especially in Bugis! I like going there...

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  9. Claire, u look so adorable and sweet in your sweater. The funnel sticks looks yummy....would love to try them.

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