Bag-Primark, Tshirt-H&M, Rings-Ebay, Heart/Plain Midi Rings-PrettyAndBling, PinkyRing-RegalRose, Hat-RiverIsland, SilverBracelet-Etsy, WoodBracelet-Market, SkullBracelet-ClairesAccessories, Skirt-Selected(Asos)
I'm going to have to start a hat collection. This little beauty has (yet again) attached itself to my hair roots and will only let go if i purchase a newbie. I've stumbled across quite a few hats but unsurprisingly not all of them suit my face shape... why is it so hard to find the perfect hat shape? If River Island did this number in khaki, burgundy and camel I'd of swiped them off the shelves in a crazy hat lady manor shouting 'they're mine, they're all mine' before rightly being removed from the store.
I've taken a liking to the boho trend. Fringing seems to of hit the shelves for autumn/ winter and its great for adding texture and movement to an outfit. I went on a mini shopping trip last week and four out of the five items i purchased had fringing - i just cant get enough *breaks into song*.
EBay has yet again pulled me in and after selling quite a few things i decided to have a sterling silver ring haul in which i purchased all of the above and more. I'd love to get my hands on some gold plated stacking rings and midi rings but they're just so expensive for the amount I'd like, so much so i'd probably have to sell the whole contents of my wardrobe.
I picked up the fringed necklace in the Miss Selfridge sale and turned into a giddy kipper when i found it was reduced from £35 to £8, major bargain of the week! Its a big statement piece and helps to immediately create a boho vibe which is great for all the plain tee's i own. The duffle style bag was also in the Primark sale for just £5... Oh the times when everyone was baffled by a Primark sale yet with the increase in pricing the sale cost probably brings the prices back down to what they use to be!