The second part of my little sales trip (I say little, I've bought enough to refresh my wardrobe for quite a while). This little haul has a distinct nautical theme - it wasn't intentional, I promise. I can't wait for the sun to come around again so I can party in the deck shoes, I might even buy a few more.
01. floppy hat, primark, £4. Ever since the blogosphere has gone summery, I've seen numerous bloggers rock the floppy hat. I've never been a huge hat person, but as soon I placed this one on my head, it was love at first sight. I don't know when I'm going to brave enough to wear it, but at least it is ready for those hot days, waiting in my wardrobe.
02. deck shoes, primark, £3. A pair of shoes for £3? I'm in heaven. I was warned by my Mum on purchase that if I went out in the rain in them, the base would expand - so they are fair weather shoes only! They had them in a range of different colours, and if I pop back during the week, I might purchase a few more. They are very comfortable for a person who has very sensitive feet, and I'm about to go out in them now!
03. 150 dernier tights, primark, £2. Why bother with such a high dernier, you might ask? I guess I could just wear leggings instead, but I always feel much more dressed up when I wear tights, so these will be for going out in I think. Primark is the only the place that do such a thick tight for so cheap, so I grabbed these as soon as I saw them.
04. tea tree and witch hazel face wash and moisteriser, boots, 2 for £5 from the range. I've been hankering after putting together a proper skin care routine recently, and I was going to purchase the Clearasil daily face wash to get rid of the blemish around the corners of my mouth and chin. At £5.40 though, I thought I'd try the Boots version with accompanying moisteriser and see how I go. Anyone had experience with the Clearasil face wash though?