I had wanted it for my trip to Punta Fuego.
I had wanted it for my trip to Bohol (and Cebu!).
And I had wanted it for my backpacking trip up North with the Kiko Karavan, er, well a portion of the way, I mean.
It’s the kind of footwear made for these kind of travels! It’s light and comfortable to wear, perfect for long walks or uneven surfaces. It would’ve helped care for my poor little feet. Sniff.
Yea, I did not own a pair of Crocs™ then… but I do now!
Finally found out that they had it in my size over at their branch in Bonifacio High Street, made the necessary reservations, but the sales person was careless and failed to note it, so I lost the last pair of Capri Crocs™ in Chocolate/Khaki. Grrr.
But I’m glad, nonetheless. I love the pair that Rico had chosen for me (whoever said you can’t trust men to shop for you? ). It’s still the Capri, which costs Php 2,500.00 (egad) but now it’s in the Khaki/Pearl variant. It’s purrtty!
Yes, my dear fashionistas, this is the third pair of shoes (well, in this case, it’s sandals!) I’m adding onto my growing shoe collection. May is truly a month of shoe shopping for this particular fashionista.
Incidentally, I noticed that Crocs™ in Manila has finally tipped. You guys should have seen the crowd that seemingly flocked the store in Bonfacio High Street. You’d think that there was a sale going on! LOL.
People I know who owns a pair are as follows:
(I’ll probably update this list, so, if I know you and you own a pair, let me know!)
Anyway, thus, ends the tale of the Crocs™ Capri Sandals. Heh.