On Adidas & Another Sequinned Sneakers | Great Wall of China

I blame my liking Adidas a little too much on Shah entirely. The story is: Adidas made a deal to sponsor Manchester United — his favourite football team, and by default, mine — for 10 years, and then suddenly our household has a 'no Nike/Puma/New Balance/Converse/other sports and shoe brands worth mentioning' rule.

I was very much indignant at first (especially because I really got into Converse after I got my first pair, but more on that brand later) but then I found out that I was able to pawn loads of Adidas stuff off of Shah, so I now very much like this rule.

Win-win situation, guys, and also, that's basically how I got hooked.

In fact, it was Shah who fell in love with these matching tee and jacket at an Adidas outlet before we left for Shanghai and insisted I get them, and they ended up being a part of my outfit for my visit to the spectacular Great Wall of China.

By the way, yes, I was at FREAKIN GREAT WALL OF CHINA GUYSSS. I still can't believe it myself sometimes. (!!!)

In preparation for our trip to Beijing for Great Wall of China, Shah discovered he needed a new pair of walking shoes, because, twist: his Stan Smiths, his only walking shoes, were hurting his feet (they were a half size smaller than his usual size, bless my sweet boy). Situation: Adidas in China is 33% more expensive than in Malaysia and coincidentally, Converse was having a massive 50% sale.

So guess who managed to convince her husband to get his very first pair of Converse and on top of that scored herself her very own sequinned high-top Converse?

Note: No prize for guessing correctly.

READ: My first ever sequinned sneakers over here!

Wearing: Adidas t-shirt and jacket by Rita Ora  |  Levi's jeans  |  Converse sneakers  |  Sense of Place coat

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I'm a modest blogger based in Malaysia. Here on The Good Weekender, you can find journals of my evolving modest personal style, based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest, and doing it all on a budget.