I left a lot of my clothes, shoes and bags when I moved here in the US. I miss my stuff but I didn’t want to spend a lot on airport baggage fees.
To simply put it, I need clothes. I can live, for now, with the bags and shoes that I have. So far, to shop for clothes, I already went to Macy’s, JCPenney, Kohl’s and Gap. I couldn’t bring myself from shopping too much because I don’t have a job yet. But with the clothes that I bought recently, I find myself choosing more “classic” designs and less trendy. Gone are the days of my flashy color tops and dresses.
My husband got himself a Macy’s Card when we first shopped together there. He was able to get an additional 20% off from our purchases for that day.
The nearest JCPenney at our house is inside the local mall and the choices are limited. You see, in the Philippines, malls are humongous and are almost always crowded so shopping here was different to say the least.
I like shopping at Kohl’s. Our local Kohl’s may not be as big as our Macy’s but I like their rewards program, the Kohl’s Cash.
I haven’t bought anything from Gap before so this was a first. Gap products are a lot more expensive in the Philippines.
That’s it, so far, and hopefully not the last, lol.😂😅
But to end this post in a nice note, I’ll show you something that I purchased from Fort McHenry.