Sep 5, 2011

Celine-esque clog in Malacca

Many people say a trip to Jonker Street, or to any tourist destination in Malaysia generally, is not complete without a taste of their local delicacies. Here I tried a hearty bowl of Assam Laksa (a type of noodle with spicy fish soup) so savory I think I might come over again just for the laksa. Ah, the mere thought of it makes me drool already...

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And when it came to shopping, I was very interested in these wooden clogs:

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Well, these are miniature ones obviously, which serve as fridge magnets. The vivid colors are simply amazing - reminds me of the colour-blocking trend which is totally on rampage right now...

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These mini clogs, on the other hand might be the stimuli getting little girls giggly with the cartoon drawings and all...

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But I obviously settled down for the real deal, of course. After walking past a few rows of shophouses I found this shop selling clog shoes. (Don't you love the old-school signage typical of Chinese-owned shops of yesteryears?)


An abundance of wooden clogs were hung for display (does that come out wrong? ha ha). There were a myriad of colors to choose from but I'm sold by these classic red ones...

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Questions: 
1) Are these the predecessors of the wooden clogs phenomenon?
2) Are these the more affordable (extremely more) of Celine clogs?
3) Should I go for pedicure? Or a shave of my man legs? 

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1 comment:

Max said...

love the color, cool blog!

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