November 8, 2006

Petaling Street pt.2

What's Chinatown without cheongsams, eh? Oh, and football jerseys too! Ladies, if you look to the lower right side of the picture you'll notice a fake Le Sportsac bag. My friend, who shall remain nameless, bought one that day. It's very nice actually. Just don't walk anywhere near Paris Hilton.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ces vestes sont magnifiques, les couleurs et les reflets sont tres beaux.

these jackets are splendid, the colors and the reflections are very beautiful.

12:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Such vibrant colours. Actually I have never visit this street during the day time! Only at night.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm thinking why didnt i buy those ropes before?

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

children must look very cute in a dress like this:) If you have any chance..and if you really wear these clothes take some shots in KL pls:)

5:40 PM  
Blogger dutchie said...

I am just back from Turkey where i bought fake Puma shoes (or very very cheap real ones, i couldn't tell) and for fake or not, not in a million yrs would i want to be near Paris Hilton.
Or maybe just to gaze.
Mouth open wide.
Very wide.

5:42 PM  
Blogger Kala said...

Interesting blend of western sports jerseys and traditional garments - I enjoy the colors mixed into the picture =)

5:44 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Makes me miss San Francisco. I want to run my hand over the silks. Lovely texture and colors!

6:43 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Vibrant colours and patterns. I, too, would love to stroke the fabric, and, of course, try on the garments!

9:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi sir,

it's me again. just to let u know, the postcard has arrived. thanks!

you want a singapore postcard too? haha...

12:16 AM  
Anonymous w said...

A Lisiesque photo in a way; but her cheongsams are much more elegant. :-)

4:05 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

What a beautiful picture with all those bright colors!

8:23 AM  
Anonymous John - Melbourne said...

My son has become an English footy fanatic, so much so that he will be going for England instaed of Australia in the 'ashes' cricket starting soon. I notice the English tops in the shot, just like one his Auntie bought him a couple of weeks ago, only the real one from England!eb

12:24 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Kris, ropes? You mean robes yes? Or did you want something to hanging your clothes on? :)

Zsolt72, I'll keep a lookout. People do dress in these for some occasions.

Kim, Chinatown in San Fran is really great. I can see why you miss it.

K'pok, you got the postcard...Yay! It's ok, I don't need one from S'pore. But thanks anyway ;)

Kate, the colours are nice but the fabric...I'm not too sure

W, of course Lisi's cheongsams are nicer. These are mass produced and only for fun everyday use. Good of you to notice though, I'd never buy one myself :)

John, your son's a footy fan eh? What a distance he has to travel just for a match!

Thanks guys.

ps. I really value your comments, Kala.

3:36 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Very colourful, it reminds me Yokohama (Japan) China Town.

5:13 PM  

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