I’m super excited to share with you guys my first ever haul video! Yes, I made a video. I’ve always wanted to do haul videos and I finally put myself out there by filming one! I also took photos of some of the shops I shopped at:
This one is located across the H&M in Lund C!
Nova Lund is located at the Gunnesbo area, you can take bus 5 from Lund C! Check it out here.
Nova Lund also has standalone shops that are really huge such as this shoe shop! Besides the crazy 3 for 2 sale, shoes were retailing for as low as 49 SEK! I didn’t get any, because the weather back home isn’t very suitable for boots!
The start of the shopping district in Malmo is just across the main square!
The Zara outlet at Malmo! Here is where I picked up a lot of items for 59 SEK or less during their winter sale! Just a warning: this Zara outlet seems to love staffing snobby Swedish b****es
The Weekday outlet in Malmo! It’s super big and I’m sure it would be heaven for Cheap Monday lovers! It not only stocks Cheap Monday, but also jeans named after every day of the week(day)! They were on crazy sale when we hit the store, and I managed to get four pairs of jeans for ONLY 100 SEK EACH! That translates to roughly $18 sgd, when it easily retails for over $100 in Singapore! When it’s not on sale, each pair is about 450 SEK, which is still cheaper compared to Singapore. Definite must-go if you love raw denim like my boyfriend.
We shopped all the way until the next train station, Triangeln. There is a large shopping mall located right in front of the station that houses most of the shops lining the Malmo shopping district, so if you want a comfortable shopping experience (out of the snow), head straight to Triangeln to see most of the shops you’ll probably see everywhere in Sweden.
There’s H&M, Bik Bok, Cubus, KappAhl etc. The mall also has lifestyle and houseware shops. There isn’t much dining options though, or budget-friendly ones at least. I would recommend dropping by other eateries such as Subway or having your own meal before heading down! Check it out here.
Located right outside the Hyllie train station is the mall Emporia. It has three storeys and houses many of the shops that you can find in Lund and Malmo. However, if you take a trip to IKEA, you have to get off at the Hyllie station, so why not take a shopping break at Emporia as well!
I got so excited when I saw Sephora until I realized that their prices weren’t exactly cheaper than in SG. However, check it out after Christmas for the sales on gift sets. I’m waiting for my trip to France and UK to stock up on beauty products!
This picture was taken mid-way through my shopping at the three areas so you can imagine how much I actually bought. Now I desperately need to budget for the rest of Europe!
All in all, I had an extremely fruitful trip shopping around this part of Sweden! Hope this helps for those of you planning to come to this part of Skane County, Sweden anytime soon 🙂