I really love my bargains this month, and I am thinking because its mainly for me and nearly all accessories! They are very much reflective of the approaching cooler season (though right now this mild weather is lush) and just a few little things I picked up to spruce up my look.
I begin in Primark, where I honestly believe is such a dangerous place to visit these days. £1, £2, £5… they all add up and before you know it you have spent I don’t know how many pounds on things you didn’t really need but seemed a great barg at the time. I thought that maybe I was over Primark in my life but apparently it still holds many a treasure to catch my eye! My most recent visit was rather fruitful with a few stocking fillers for Megs, and then some essentials for me; you know the type, things I didn’t think I needed til I saw them. Firstly were some cute bows for Megs which I thought would look lovely with her darker Autumn/Winter wardrobe and only £1.50 for the 3, only shes having 2 as the floral one is a keeper for me…
I then picked up a bobble hat, which is something I have wanted one for a good couple of years and for some obscure reason have never bit the bullet and bought one. I think I have been waiting for one as a present but obviously no one took the hints (Mr Smith) so I decided this season I would have one. This one caught my eye as the colour is gorgeous, and when I read that it was only £2 I could.not.stop.laughing! As if I have never bought one when you can get one for 2 quid! I then turned a corner to see a lovely matching blanket scarf – hello £4, and thought how can you not?
We just booked a weekend in Hamburg in December for the Christmas Markets and a little end of year adventure, and I had that in mind as I tried them on. I just imagine they will look gorgeous aiding me to be all bundled up as I live the European festive dream.
They had so many colours and patterns in the scarves and they are so lovely and soft to say how cheap they are, I would recommend them both for yourself and most definitely think they would make lovely Christmas gifts for people!
Next up is a bit of bling! Whilst 2 items, I class it as one category as collectively they were just £3. A cool necklace and amazing jewelled earrings both from H&M. I saw them last weekend whilst out with my sister in law and my inner magpie got the better of me. I also bought another pair of earrings but couldn’t find them when I came to photograph my loot, but either way I was pretty excited to see a grand total of £3 (£4 if you count the missing black and gold ones). H&M Jewellery is just a bit different and I like that.
And finally whats a 5 for 5 without something from home bargains? This months bargain was this copper basket for £3.50. It was love at 1st sight and now sits proudly in my kitchen with all things bread in it! Again I didn’t realise I needed it until I saw it! I would really love more copper in my Kitchen/home generally, I just think it looks fab.
As always I am linking up with Julia at Rainbeaubelle, so hop over to her blog to see many more lovely things under a fiver!