MsGlitzy.com welcomes first contributor Sera Hur! And she shares with you her wishlist this Christmas…

Hi everyone! I am so thrilled to be contributing to MsGlitzy.com. My name is Sera and I am an American who just arrived from New York City. I am a traveler, a collector, an eternal nomad, a food and fashion lover and ultimate bargain hunter. I am so excited to be in lovely Singapore and cannot wait to learn more about it through all of you!

1. Tom’s Classic in Silver Morocco

After buying my first pair of Tom’s this summer, I became an instant believer! Hence, I hope there’s another pair in a beautiful silver pattern waiting for me under the Christmas tree! While the Tom’s shoes trends have not fully caught on in Singapore, I am determined to bring more of these in! At initial glance, they may look like a typical pair of walking moccasins, but the trend is headed east, featured in 10×10 Korea for November and slowly popping up in speciality boutiques. Not only do you donate a pair of shoes to a child in need with each purchase but they are incredibly comfortable, vegan friendly, light and stylish. Perfect for the weekends, or as a walking to-and-from-work shoe.

You can check out Pedder Red or Rockstar (by Soon Lee) if you are keen to grab a pair of Tom’s!

2. Nars Precious Mini Nail Set

Of all the nail colors I buy, I don’t think I have ever finished a bottle of nail polish before it started crusting over. Yuck. But with this adorable mini-nail polish set (pictured above) at only $30 USD, I’ll get four infamously juicy Nars colors that I’ll actually use, probably until the all the bottles run dry.

3. Tasting Menu at the Tippling Club

Images of Tippling Club: ChubbyHubby

One of the first dinners I’ve had in Singapore, and by far the most unique. It’s a splurge but worth every exotic spice and “what is this again?” moment. A slow, romantic, 15 small-plate meal, friendly staff plus creative cocktails with smokey whiskey? My Christmas list is complete.

Tippling Club
8D Dempsey Road
Singapore 249672
6475 2217

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