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When Uan Met Sally

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…which I originally thought as When Van Met Sally is a quaint, eclectic shop / cafe along Maginhawa St. in QC. I’ve passed by this shop a lot of times whenever we scout for new eats along Maginhawa or whenever I do make-up work at a friend’s studio.

When Uan Met Sally

The shop has this charm that will draw your attention even from the outside. One time before doing my make-up work, I stopped by this shop / cafe and explored what they have to offer. Every piece of item is such an eye candy. If you love artsy fartsy stuff, if you are looking for inspiration to boost your creative juices or simply looking for unique gift ideas, When Uan Met Sally is a must-visit place!

When Uan Met Sally

This shop has clothes imported from Thailand matched with interesting and sometimes intricate handmade accessories. Another impressive sight from this shop are the hand-painted bag designs. Once you stepped in, it’s as if you are transported into a charming little old world full of aesthetically inspired designs. The shop itself boasts design inspired from birds and birds’ branches in a vintage-ly beautiful way hand-painted into their walls, doors, display cabinets and even on their menu.

When Uan Met Sally

Personally, this peacock-inspired handbag and crochet lace handbag caught my eye and my heart!

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When Uan Met Sally

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If you want a quiet, relaxing place to be by your lonesome and do some thinking or writing, this can be the place for you. Part of their menu offerings are artisan’s coffee, tarragon tea, authentic Thai ice cream, sticky rice and mango, wine and cheese, panini and orange spice cookies.

When Uan Met Sally

If you want to check it out, the address is: 154-A Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City

To see more photos of the items and the shop, please view here. Enjoy!

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    hi i came across your blog as i was searching some birthday party ideas for a little girl..then nakita ko is your post about a birthday picnic via http://www.thesweetestoccasion.com/2011/01/a-birthday-picnic/ nag browse ako on your site..and i found out na Pinay ka ren..so im doubly happy 🙂 i am a Filipina housewife based in Florida i used to blog before pero minsan kasi wala na rin akong time to update it 🙁 basta i am happy to meet you and found your lovely blog. God bless!

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      Hello Ellen! Thanks again for your lovely comment and our FB messages haha. So proud to be Pinoy too! And you’re right, di pahuhuli ang Pinoy with handmade stuff. I also make handmade accessories, see here https://www.facebook.com/RainPlayBoutique. Good luck on your party planning. See you around on the web! 🙂

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