I’ve been joining bazaars since I was in college. I love the thrill of creating/ buying unique and lovely items, whether it be accessories or clothes. And the best avenue for me to sell these is through bazaars. Yes, it is tiring. I wake up early in the morning for ingress- imagine me carrying and arranging all stocks in the stall. I personally man my own booth so I sell from opening to closing. Then, on the last day of the bazaar, I do my egress and carry all my stocks back to the car. Hard work it is, but it’s all worth it especially the thought of meeting new people and people appreciating my items. ๐Ÿ˜€ I expected the same thing when I joined Bloggers United 2 last Saturday (December 3, 2011). I thought it’s just a usual bazaar that I’m used to. I was wrong.

I was serious when I said not to miss Bloggers United 2 in this post. Why? Well, it really was a one of a kind experience. The moment I entered the gym of Treston International College (where the bazaar was held), I already sensed how exciting that day would be, even if I only had 2 hours of sleep the night before. The place was packed with fashionable people. I felt I was in some fashion show. From the organizers to the sellers, everyone was gorgeously dressed. No doubt, it was indeed a fashion bloggers event! ๐Ÿ˜€

Just before 11am, the line outside the gym was starting to get longer and longer. Guests were starting to flock, and guess what?! Almost everyone was fasyon!!! Seriously, I was like watching a fashion show! My eyes were drooling! Everyone looked so gorgeous from head to toe! ๐Ÿ˜€ And when the door opened, I thought I was watching the movie, Confessions of a Shopaholic. Remember that scene where girls lined up in a sale event and started panicking as they buy? I just saw that and I couldn’t believe my eyes. It was for real. Almost everyone seemed afraid to lose those one of a kind pieces. It was amazing.


What made it more fun is the games they had during the event. I wasn’t able to participate though since I had to man my booth. Thankfully, my dear photog was able to take a few shots.

Laureen Uy and Divine Lee, who also had stalls in the bazaar, presented some of the games.



The enthusiastic and jolly fellow bloggers, Gelo Arucan and Melai Entuna, also hosted the event.


Here are some of the sponsors of Bloggers United 2.




Oooh, and we can even do some online shopping during the event via Multiply! ๐Ÿ˜€


And here’s my booth… sorry, these were stolen shots!




First of all, I’d like to thank those who dropped by my booth. I very much appreciate it. ๐Ÿ˜€ And of course, to all those who went to Bloggers United 2, thank you for making it a huge success. Last but not the least, I’d personally like to thank the organizers, Ana Gonzales, Melai Entuna and Aisa Ipac! You guys are the bomb! ๐Ÿ˜€ Thank you so much for bringing the fasyon all together in one roof! I had a blast and it was indeed a one of a kind experience for me. Am I hearing Bloggers United 3?!?!?! ๐Ÿ˜€

For my outfit that day, wait for my next post. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Bloggers United is in partnership with:
Multiply Philippines (http://multiply.com/)
GMA Kapuso Foundation (http://www.kapusofoundation.com/)
Treston International College (http://www.treston.edu.ph/)

Event is co-presented by:
Nikon (http://www.nikon.com/)
Primadonnaย (http://primadonna.com.ph)
Accessorize (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Accessorize-Philippines/83267796457)
Audioline (http://www.audiolineph.com/)
For Me (http://www.forme.com.ph/)
Regatta (http://www.regatta.com.ph/)
Columbia Digital (http://www.columbiadigital.net/)
ETC (http://www.etc.com.ph/)
Meg Magazine (http://www.meggurl.com/)
When in Manila (http://www.wheninmanila.com/)
Gadgets Magazine (http://www.gadgetsmagazine.com.ph/)

In cooperation with:
Bankard (http://www.bankard.com/)
Lorys (http://www.facebook.com/loryshaircream)
Kotex (http://www.kotex.com.ph/)
Tomato (http://www.tomato.ph/)
Nail It! (http://www.nail-it-salon.com/)
Manels (http://www.manels.com/)
Ferretti (http://ferrettishoes.com/)
Giordano (http://www.giordano.com.ph/)
Lapdance (www.lapdancebags.com)
Red Mangoย (http://redmango.com.ph/)
Unionbank (http://www.unionbankph.com/)
Xend Business Solutions (http://www.xend.com.ph/)

Special thanks to:
Posh Nails (http://poshnails.com.ph/)
Rio Mints (http://www.facebook.com/riomints)
Nivea (https://www.facebook.com/NIVEAPhilippines)
SM Dept Store (http://www.smdeptstore.com/)

Online Shop Donors:
Belle York (http://www.facebook.com/SoleSisterLifestyle)
Shop Dainty (www.shopdainty.com)
Asian Vogue (http://asianvogue.multiply.com/)
F-STOP (Fashion Stop) (http://fashionstopshop.multiply.com/)
Anagon Collection (http://anagoncollection.multiply.com/)
Archive Clothing (http://archiveclothing.multiply.com/)
Extreme Finds (http://www.facebook.com/mustloveExtremeFinds)
Sparkle Shop (http://www.mysparkleshop.com/)
Flattering Tops (http://www.facebook.com/flatteringtops)
Posh Pocket Shoes (http://www.poshpocketshoesonline.com/)
Scrunch (http://www.facebook.com/SSSCRUNCH)
Sole Sister (http://www.facebook.com/SoleSisterLifestyle)
Maris (http://marisonline.multiply.com/)
Bubbles (http://tatibubbles.multiply.com/)
Sweetetite (http://www.facebook.com/pages/SweeTetite/255652547788474)