Something is always up this time of the year that excites me! Something so fresh, colorful, vibrant, stylish and comfy all wrapped up in one small and simple package known as a pair of Havaianas Slippers.
Yep. Roughly around this time of the year in line with all the enthusiasm and cheerful disposition of every Kagay-anon because it’s the fiesta month, Cagayan de Oro’s “Make your own Havaianas” takes place at the LimKetKai Mall Rotunda. And this year it’s going to on the 17th-19th of August from 10am onwards (mark those calendars, loves!) and I bet it’s going to be another menagerie of both fashion and comfort as people will be customizing their own pair of the well-loved and famous pair of slippers.
Frequent readers are no stranger to all my travels (check sidebar links) and I usually travel to places wherein there’s a beach like Boracay, Batangas or even the nearby paradise known as Camiguin. And nothing else is smarter than to travel in a pair of good old Havaianas even if your destination didn’t have a beach.
Why you ask?
For one, domestic airports are not as advanced as the ones overseas and our metal detectors still require us to remove our shoes UNLESS you’re wearing something like slippers. Another reason is, Havaianas offer a wide variety of designs and patterns to suit a multitude of consumers fused with great comfort allowing you to look stylish and comfortable. Third, flights can make one restless. You’re sitting down for some period of time and there’s not much to do or move around. Wearing something uneasy would simply add to your discomfort so as what I mentioned earlier, havaianas are extra-comfortable, you wouldn’t feel the stress on your feet.
And Havaianas are not just ideal for the frequent traveller.
Havaianas can add style to a laid-back outfit on a lazy day at the mall or even add a touch of class when you need to travel from Cubao to Alabang doing errands. On top of that, Havaianas are also very durable, preventing those embarrassing moments when your “cheaper alternative” snaps while you’re out of the house.
In a nutshell, Havaianas are worth every penny spent. Comfy, stylish and durable, I don’t need any other reason as to why I shouldn’t spend a few hundred pesos to a thousand and sacrifice my own welfare.
Well, I’m Mikko Mahinay and I’m a Havaianatic. Excited for this year’s colorful and extravagant Make Your Own Havaianas 2012 at the LimKetKai Mall rotunda on the 17th-19th of August 2012. How about you?:-)