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FAB FINDS @ SimpleJoys

Another concept store from the people who bought you Regalong Pambahay and EGG [exciting gifts + goodies], this time carrying various hair, jewelry and other fashion accessories -- I present Simplejoys!



Of course, our day wouldn't be complete without a short trip to this crafty havern.  As always, here's a rundown of my purchases:

Liris cell phone pouch for Php250
Headband for Php50 (This was on sale.  Could not remember the original selling price)




What I love about Simplejoys is their wide array of items you can customize and personalize -- mostly jewelry and other similar accessories.  I've had a number of purchases before which includes a customized key chain for hubby.  I even bought some makings of a wonderful necklace that completely showed off my exact emotions of the month.  So love it!


I, however, would not recommend serious businesswomen in sourcing their supplies from this store.  For one thing, they sell their items at a really high price.  If you're planning to make products by bulk (of which I'm sure you will), you're better off braving the streets of Divisoria. 

What I do love about this store is the availability of items not found in just any nook and cranny marketplace.  They offer a much more sophisticated product, in my opinion anyway.  So if you're looking to develop one of a kind pieces for yourself or a loved one, then this store is definitely the place to go.

Drop by Simplejoys for those crafty, interesting accesories!  Branches are located at the following locations:

SM Megamall
SM Mall of Asia
TriNoma
SM Southmall
MarQuee Mall

Comments

  1. My sister bought the same pouch. I didn't know it's that expensive.

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  2. @Sis Chew: It is. It wasn't included in the list of items on sale. New model or something. But its definitely cute. My Ninang will love this. Hehehe! =)

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