Kuala Lumpur is definitely a shopping a city. I remember telling my husband a few months ago how it’s always a problem for me to close my wallet due to all the shopping and membership cards I acquired since moving here last year. Almost every brand or store has a membership card, all promising rewards. The more you shop, the more you get out of it.
Sounds awesome, doesn’t it? You actually get more value for your money in the end. 😉
One of these membership privilege providers is the Trium Card which handles three of the most popular and affordable retail brands I’ve seen in KL (They have stores every-effing-where!) – Nichii, Kitschen, and Dressing Paula. The Trium Card loyalty programme was actually launched last year and what I like about it is that – it’s not really a card so it doesn’t physically take up space in my wallet.
What I Wore: Star Wars Long Sleeved shirt from Uniqlo, Black pencil skirt from Zara, Lace-up flats from H&M, Black leather handbag from Manfield.
No, really. It’s a digital version of a shopping privilege/membership card that you can access through your smartphone. Every time you shop at Nichii, Kitschen, and Dressing Paula, you get a point for every ringgit you spend. Once you accumulate 500 points, you get a 50 ringgit voucher for your next shopping trip.
I must admit that sometimes, I forget that I am a member of one store as there’s just so many cards to remember! Having just one card to cover these three fashion brands, makes transactions easier. Plus, I can use the points I accumulated in my Trium Cars to either one of these three brands.
You can download the app on your smart phone by just searching for ‘Trium Card’ in your Apple App Store or in Google Play. 😉
And now, allow me to show you the clothes that were showcased during the anniversary party. They’re all part of Nichii’s newest collection. 😉 Nichii is actually a brand that I’ve trusted since moving here, especially for their basic tops that are well made and long-lasting. I love using them for mixing and matching outfits. They also have affordable dresses and shoes.
I am loving the 70s bohemian vibe. I’m all about those loose, flowy outlines and the surprise pops of colour in this line!
That cropped top though! <3
Never been a fan of mullet skirts. But this print is just so much fun!
My favourite! <3
And there you have it! 🙂 For more information on Nichii and where you can find their branches in KL, do click here. To learn more about the Trium Card and to get yourself one, click on this link.
Toodles for now!