Hey you gorgeous lot,
I hope 2019 is being kind to you all and you’ve managed to ease back into work.
When I asked on Instagram a few weeks back, what you guys would like to see more of on my blog, the clothes I buy was something that came up a few times. So I thought what better time to do a shopping haul blog/vlog than during the January sales?!? Here are some bargains that I picked up during a recent trip to Westfield! And yes, that’s why I look so happy in the picture above.
I spotted this a few months back, so when it was in the sale I jumped at the chance to add some more snakeprint to my wardrobe. You can never have enough animal print, right?
I know this is just a black jumper, but after seeing how they styled it on the manikin in-store. I’ll be wearing it layered on top of dresses or paired with skirts, using a belt to cinch in at the waist (see main image for a prime example!).
I’m always looking for new items to keep my workwear wardrobe fresh. Check prints have been all over my Instagram feed for months and although I already have one check blazer, I thought this brown-tinged version would look nice layered with camel/tan colours.
I really do rate M&S for their bags and shoes so I do always keep an eye out when they have a sale. This jewel green bag caught my eye and I just had to have it. It makes a change from my usual boring black bags.
I think a belt can really make or break an outfit, so I always choose mine very wisely. As soon as I saw this Topshop beauty, I knew it was the one – I love the tortoise shell buckle and I think it will go with so many outfits.
I love these printed earrings. Such an easy way to liven up a boring, everyday outfit.
If you’re looking for a dressy top to pair with jeans for a night out, look no further than a pyjama-style blouse. They are all over the high street and can be picked up rather affordability.
This is another item that I had my eye on pre-sale, so I was thrilled to bag it with £10 off. I’ll wear this printed blouse to work with smart trousers and pair it with jeans for after-work drinks. Top Zara tip for the Westfield store: go to the self-service tills in the fitting rooms. It will save you SO much time!
This place in Westfield is a little treasure trove. I hadn’t heard of Lovisa before I moved to London and boy am I glad of the discovery. The store is FILLED with earrings – everything from sterling silver studs right through to statment hoops. I picked up two pairs, but I could have easily left with more!
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