The other day, I decided to pop in to town and have a walk. I actually needed to buy some cold/flu medication but I naturally gravitated towards Primark. I thought hey, I’m feeling a bit blue and I’m going to treat myself to something… even though, as each January comes round, I am supposed to be on a spending ban. But Primark isn’t going to harm my bank balance!
I love a stripy top and there were lots of colour combinations to choose from but I picked a classic black and (off) white. It’s stretch and has three quarter length sleeves. At £4, I think I might go back and pick up the red and white striped top too.
I can never find a make-up big enough to fit all of my stuff in so I figured a wash bag should do the trick! When I staying at my mum and dad’s house for ten days over the Christmas break, I put all of my make up in a spare glossybox and then all of my skincare products in one of those big see-through storage boxes you get from Wilkos! I didn’t have a cute wash bag to put it all in and I thought that had to change! When I spotted these from Primark, I knew I had to buy two. One for make up, one for my skincare products, both cost £4. The coral pink one with a bow reminds me of the Ted Baker design and the pale pink one has a faux basket weave and rose gold branding.
Everytime I have bought vanity cases and make-up bags from Primark, they have lasted a really long time so I’ve got high hopes for these! You can use them to store whatever you want, or if you’re an art & design student, they make a great pencil case.
I love the colour of this little bag, which was only £6. It’d be a great bag for nights out or off out for a meal. I think that with the right outfit, this bag can look expensive (that is, until the clasp starts peeling off!!). There was a lot of stray thread which needed to be trimmed away but other than that, a nice looking bag which I can’t wait to wear!
I’m not really sure about this skirt but it was in the sale for £2 so I can’t complain, really! I’m not really sure what to wear it with but it is something I would wear around the house and I like that it has pockets!
I bought a throw like this from Primark three years ago
and I love it but it always annoyed me because it’s not long enough to cover my feet so when I spotted a large one, I knew I had to have it! It’s £15 and I has a blue tartan pattern on the top, but the thing I love the most is the soft fleece on the inside. I highly recommend these for cosy nights in!
I seem to have accumulated a stash of wrapping paper. It is a never ending supply of wrapping paper, and here’s one more to add to that collection! I thought that this would go quite nice as a backdrop for beauty product photos but I’ve yet to test it out. Or I can just use it for what you’re supposed to use it for… wrap presents! The quality isn’t great but it was only £1 for 5 metres.
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