Primark Haul: February 2014
With the end of January & my favourite blogs full of Spring-spiration I headed to the Tottenham Court Road flagship to sniff out some new season bargains.
Keeping lilac, spearmint & peach in the forefront of my mind. Here's what I found upon the racks of Primark this month...
First up this powder blue structured bag. A handy size for all my essentials and features a detachable shoulder strap.
Great for £6, especially as it's not too dissimilar to Phillip Lim's £440 offering!
I had to have this spearmint mohair jumper for £10 after purchasing similar in Topshop at almost treble the price a few weeks back.
In keeping with the green theme I also picked up this oversized loose knit sweater. Annoyingly it's already gotten caught on everything but at £10 for this spring staple it's not the end of the world if it ends up a one season wonder.
My bargain find of the day was this muted blue ribbed jumper - just 5 British pounds.
I could easily imagine this £25 white biker style waffle jacket hung upon the shelves of a more mid-priced store.
I loved the floral ditsy print of this collared blouse ...but not Primarks tendency to make them so sheer! Oh well, it's nothing a vest can't fix. £8
This peach jumper is longline so perfect teamed with leggings for lazy days. It has a zip detailing running down the back which will wake you up in the morning. It's FREEZING! £10
These quilted tee's were just £6 each. They conform to Springs muted pastel pallet perfectly. I buy mine oversized as I prefer a more boxy fit.
Next: This blue-grey peter pan collared blouse. It features a subtle feminine pleat to the back and is quite cropped. For this reason I bought it oversized as no one wants to see my muffin top! £8
I'm loving this beautiful floral jacket. Biker style with a fun, summery print. I wonder if there are matching bottoms? £15
I found this monochrome jacket lonely on the sale rail but the ticket hadn't been marked down. I assumed someone dumped it in error but thought I'd try my luck at the till incase. Fortunately it was £7 down from £15. I've noticed Primark's £15 jersey jackets rarely stay full price long.
I paid £25 for this 60's-esque peach mac with lazer cut detailing. I'm still umming & ahhing whenever to keep it as I'm not sure the style suits me.
This is actually a beach cover up sold in the holiday section, although I think it'll be better suited as part of my festival wardrobe. My picture's do this £15 boho beauty no justice!
Striking footwear is here to stay in 2014 but my current chunky boots' heel aren't cut out for serious walking. I found these stacked 90's inspired plimsolls for £8 to pound the pavements in instead.
This soft pleather rucksack will see me well through this years theme park outings. At least the dusky pink girliness will compliment my roller coaster screams! £9
I've heard Tribal & Ethnic jewellery is big news this summer so I picked up this cobalt blue chocker for just £6
...I also sound these pastel flag necklaces for a bargain £3 each...
This pearlescent cluster statement piece glimmers expensively when it catches the light. Can you believe this was only £5?
And finally, I added to my collection with more candy coloured falsies. You can read more on my Primark nail booty here.
Do you like anything I bought? Found any great bargains in Primark lately?
Don't forget to enter my February giveaway here! xx