I am Princess Salvia



ZALORA Brand Ambassador: iamprincesssalvia


Hey folks! Yep, you read the title right, I am now a ZALORA Brand Ambassador. Since I am now one of their brand ambassadors expect some review posts of ZALORA Philippines products soon to be posted to this site. Of course I’m only gonna post reviews of stuff I actually bought (no false advertising here). Expect outfit posts – a lot of them.  🎽👗👠👖

Now that I’m a ZALORA brand ambassador, I can now give new customers a 15% discount using my own voucher code. Here it is: ZBAP17K. Don’t forget to use it!

Majority of my accessories and clothes are bought from ZALORA Philippines. You see, living here in Malaybalay City means no malls (If you consider Gaisano Malaybalay as one then okay, one mall. 😜 ). I could go shopping in Cagayan de Oro and shop at Lim Ket Kai Mall, SM, and Centrio Ayala Mall but the 2-3 hour bus drive doesn’t float my boat, and the zigzag road at Mangima makes me turn green and blow chunks. 😰Get the picture? Haha! Not to mention being a manager, perfume store entrepreneur and a law student really anchors me here in Malaybalay City.

So what’s a woman like me gotta do to buy clothes? Resort to online shopping!  Shopping online is a definite go-to solution for busy people and those who don’t have easy access to malls like me.

I’m so glad that ZALORA came here to the Philippines.  Now I don’t have to endure turning green on the bus just to buy apparel from Plains & Prints, Bayo, Celine, Reebok, Nike, Sperry Top-Siders, etc. I can save on bus fare because the shipping fee is cheaper, or if my order exceeded Php 2,500 (Php 1,000 in other areas) then I’m entitled to free shipping. Awesome, huh? 👍

Is shopping at ZALORA Ph easy? Of course it is! Here are steps on how to shop:

  1. First, you have to create an account on their site.
  2. Once you already created your ZALORA Ph account, log in.
  3. Start shopping! Select the items you want to buy and add them to cart (or wish list if you want to save your desired items for future purchases).
  4. Go to checkout. You can redeem your voucher code here so you can get discounts.
  5. Select your preferred mode of payment. ZALORA Ph accepts payments via bank deposit, Globe gcash, credit card, PayPal, and COD (available in selected areas only).
  6. And you’re done! Your Order number will appear on screen and you’ll receive instructions on how to pay depending on what mode of payment you chose. The same will also be sent to your email address.

Now all you have to do is wait for your item to arrive at your doorstep. Got the wrong size? No worries,  just keep the item in its original packaging and fill out the return slip attached with the items and ship it back to ZALORA free of charge via LBC. Once the items passed their quality control inspection they’ll either send you a replacement or give you store credit, which you can use for future purchases.

Here’s how my recent ZALORA purchase arrived:



You see, I bought new Scarlet beige pumps, aren’t they gorgeous?


 You’ll see me wearing the other outfits I bought from ZALORA in the upcoming outfit posts. 

What are you waiting for? Shop now at ZALORA Philippines! Don’t forget to use my code: ZBAP17K

Watch out for outfit posts soon!  😎

– iamprincesssalvia

Little Black Tee (Part 5 of Organized-Me Series)

Hello readers! I missed all of you! I hope you all had a great start for 2013. 🙂

Anyway, this is the last part of my Organized-Me Series. And since this is the last of the series, I decided to post about how I store things which are staple items in our wardrobe and what we women usually collect a lot…accessories!

Since I was seven years old I used to store my earrings, rings, and necklaces on music and jewelry boxes. It looks cute on my dresser, however, jewelry boxes kept taking more and more space on my dresser as my accessories piled up.

That’s the way I used to keep my accessories until I browsed Zalora last December and saw this Umbra Little Black Tee.


Product details from Zalora Philippines website:

Say Goodbye to chunky and tacky jewelry cases that take up too much space and say hello to this stylish Little Black Tee Jewelry holder and organizer from Umbra. Keep your jewelry stowed and clearly visible in your closet while you pick out your look for the day.

The women’s Little Black Tee Jewelry holder and organizer from Umbra is made of black polyester and vinyl blend in a provocative corset shape. It features 19 hook and loop tabs, and 28 clear pockets for organizing jewelry. Product dimensions are 44.5 x 31.5 x 1.75 cm.

Let me just say, the creators of jewelry organizers like this are geniuses! My jewelry is organized and the Little Black Tee presents my accessories in a decorative way. (.^_^.)

As you can see I put my earrings, small necklaces, and rings in the clear pockets…


and used the hook and loop tabs at the back to store bracelets, watches, and other necklaces.


By the way, most of these accessories are bought from ZALORA Philippines.

Looks cute right?

If you want to have your own Umbra Little Black Tee, just visit the Zalora Philippines website and order one. Price is Php 900.00 (not including shipping fee). There are other designs available like Little Black Dress (Php 1,600.00) and Little Black Corset (Php 900.00).

 How about you? How do you store your jewelry?

Thanks for reading my post! (.^_^.)


Good order is the foundation of all things.– Edmund Burke

Don’t agonize. Organize.– Florence Kennedy


ORGAniced Bag (Part 2 of Organized-Me Series)

Hi readers! We’re now on part 2 of my Organized-Me Series! In the first part of the series I shared about how I organize my cables and cords. Now I’ll tell you how I keep the things in my bag clutter free.

Since my workplace/store is a bit far from home, I tend to carry a lot of stuff with me – you name it – gadgets, money, keys, stylus, documents, calculator, make up kit, organizer, pens, paper, shades, scarf, perfume, Swiss knife, etc. You never know what you’ll need later so I tend to over pack my bag. Going back home during your office hours just to get an item is not only a waste of money; it’s a waste of time too.

So here’s the tricky part: how do you fit all those stuff in your bag? I’m not the type who gets away with bringing a huge one coz I’m not tall (I’ll look like a bag lady if I do).  Not only do you have to fit all those items inside, it has to be neatly placed too. Fail to do so and you’ll be digging like a dog every time you need to fish an item out of your bag.

I used to resort to pouches but they tend to bulk up my bag, so instead I resorted to bag organizers.

Here’s how my bag looks like with my bag organizer in it:

Ang ayos noh? I love how my Organice bag organizer keeps my stuff neat and properly placed in my bag. See how this organizing tool helps maximize storage space? And, transferring things is just a breeze thanks to this organizer…no more fretting about leaving needed things behind.

So here’s how I arrange my essentials in the organizer:

– I put my gadgets (pocket wifi, Nokia E72, and iTouch 4G) in the outer pockets

– My pressed powders (Loreal True Match and Johnson shine-free face powder), comb, and Green Cross alcohol are designated in the other outer pockets (see below pics)

I also put a smaller bag organizer inside the big bag organizer in order to place my small items properly. It also comes in handy when I use smaller bags so my things are still organized.

Inside the small bag organizer:

– Travalo Excel (contains Lovely by Sarah Jessica Parker edt)

– Nokia bluetooth headset

– lip essentials (Triple Chocolate Mint lip gloss, Loreal lipstick, and Nivea lip balm)

Inside the small bag organizer (other side):

– Maybelline blush on

– Victorinox Swiss Card (very handy for ladies!)

– Clean & Clear Oil Control Film

There are smaller pockets in the organizer’s side that I use to keep my pen,stylus,comb, and brush.

Want a bag organizer like mine? Just drop by my store, PocketScents. I have only limited stocks available, so hurry…while supplies last!

Thanks for reading my blog. Let’s be organized together! (.^_^.)


Good order is the foundation of all things.– Edmund Burke

Don’t agonize. Organize.– Florence Kennedy


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