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Everyone, I’d like to introduce to you this wonderful online shop called Taste Central, a retail partner of the famous deal sites, Deal Grocer. The people behind Taste Central describes themselves as a happy, people-pleasing bunch who are obsessed of one thing: Good taste. They’re tastemakers.
What I like about their aim is that they don’t just simply upload products and expect them to sell (Trust me, I know some online stores whose only aim is to make money… I find those really so annoying). The team behind Taste Central are very meticulous. They make sure everything, from the web experience to the details of the products that they are selling, will be presentable and beautiful.
Their website is very easy to use and, quite frankly, pleasing to the eyes. I had a lovely time browsing their website because all of products were all beautifully taken, clear and detailed. I had a hard time choosing which one I should buy first. Here are some of the items I loved:
As yoou can see, they’re all pretty but the item I loved the most was Heima’s Have Love, Will Travel wall art (first photo above) in teal.
There’s so much to rave about Taste Central, ok. But I think the best is the fact that most of the items in their catalog are 20-30% off! So, if you purchase the wall art directly from Heima Store, it will cost you PHP5,900 (USD144). But Taste Central is selling it for PHP 4,720 + PHP 100 delivery/shipping fee! I was able to save at least a PHP 1000, and we all know that a thousand bucks can go a long way. ;) Convenient and cheaper, without sacrificing good taste!
That sounds fantastic, how do I join? Joining Taste Central is easy peasy. All you need to do is visit Taste Central, click the Become A Member button on top and enter your details. You can also use Facebook and your DealGrocer account for a faster account set-up. It’s free, and if you invite your friends, you can even earn credits worth PHP 500!
By the way, Mother’s Day is coming. Do you have any idea on what to give to your mother? Check out their Mother’s Day Collection here.
Note: The item I purchased is semi-sponsored.
Bellabox March 2013
03/05/2013 Update: I have so many things to blog about, including the recent Big Blog Exchange contest + live draw, but there a number of pressing matters that I need to fix first. I don’t think I’ll be able to relax or think straight until the end of next week. Figured I’ll just share some of the entries that’s I’ve been meaning to post but couldn’t find the right time to do so (I am so OC when it comes to post scheduling).
Last November, I made a Vanity Trove review, a subscription box here in Singapore. And because I’m not a beauty hoarder, it took me a couple of months to finally consume the samples they given me. Now that’s done, I figured I can try the other subscription boxes in the country.
Bellabox is worth $19.95 and it’s cheaper than Vanity Trove’s $25/month. You’ll receive 5 beauty samples, strictly 5 samples only.The box is small but pretty, which I love because it’s just right for my make-up.
Eat Play Love
This new and quirky cafe is hidden in the streets of Bugis area. It’s a new cafe but I’m certain that adults and kids alike will absolutely love this place.
I’ll let the photos do the talking. ;)