Last Sunday I ventured off to Harrogate for a day of shopping with my brother and mum. The main aim of the shopping trip was to go to Primark as the one being built in York is taking its sweet time to be finished. I love a good shopping trip to Primark however I am trying to curb my spending and save as much as possible to buy my own flat. I did pick up some lovely bits and pieces and have photographed a few of my favourites to share with you all.
First up I purchased a new bedding set and bed sheet which can be seen as the background and is a lovely slate grey colour. The sheet cost a bargain £5.80 and the bedding set a mere £13.00. I love the set I purchased and I have shared a picture of the set on my bed further down. I also bought this fantastic floppy felt black hat for £8.00. I have wanted a hat like this for ages and thought if I only spend £8.00 then if I don’t wear it loads it isn’t a huge loss. Also in the picture are some gorgeous gold sandals which cost me a whopping £4.00. I actually saw these sandals on my friend and she told me where to buy them so I was on a mission after that. These will be fab for my travels to New Zealand in November.
Next up I treated myself to some new Pj’s. I bought 2 sets which are vest/shorts and will be saving one for my holiday and one for now. I got the biscuit set and a set with pineapples on and absolutely love them both. I think each set was around £4.00 or £5.00 so amazing value for money and they wash really well too.
I also got several pairs of plain black pumps for work costing £4.00 each as they are so practical and easy to replace at that price. I need to invest in a really good paid of black shoes that will perhaps last a bit longer than these but it’s on my list to do.
This haul was only a mini one really but I have been trying to spend less money and this was a treat in my eyes. I was pleased with all my buys this time and will get use out of everything. I will share in future hauls with you in the run up to my holidays and let you know what I will be taking to New Zealand.
Thanks for reading.