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FAB FINDS @ EGG [exciting gifts + goodies]

I so LOVE the store EGG [exciting gifts + goodies].  And who doesn't?  Blending unique, crafty treasures with timeless, elegant pieces, this is truly a must-go store for me every time I find myself in a mall carrying a branch of theirs.


EGG is just the kind of store that is ideal for any type of women.  Selling various bags and small containers, one can definitely get lost in their wide array of choices.  I especially love the decor and wall displays!


With their Mall of Asia branch being on sale one sunny glorious Saturday, my mom and I decided that it was the perfect time to get a head start (waayyyyy ahead) in our 2011 Christmas shopping.


Here's the rundown of our purchases:

Mia cell phone sling for Php225 (originally selling for Php275)

Corrine square pouch for Php100 each (originially selling for 250)
Amagan Tote for Php275 (originally selling for Php375)

So the next time you're stumped on what to buy that special lady in your life, just head on over to EGG!  =)


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Visit any of their branches at the following locations:

SM Megamall

SM City North Edsa
SM City Manila
SM Mall of Asia
TriNoma
MarQuee Mall
SM City Pampanga
SM City Marilao
SM City Baguio

Comments

  1. I used to love EGG... until (I think) they get a little bit overpriced with the quality they are offering. I used to have school bags from EGG, hindi masyadong maganda yung quality, nasira agad yung sakin :(

    But the pouches are cute and chic! I cannot argue with that! :)

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  2. Thanks for the comment Nadette. Its a little sad as what you have experienced regarding their bags. Hopefully, they could be able to develop this line better in the near future. =)

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  3. I agree.. mine too.. I got my egg bag 3 yrs ago,, I only used it for about 3 times and natastas agad ung tahi.. after that i nvr bought again any egg product.. i was so disappointed..

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