|Zara TRF Cream Knit Sweater – £3 – Age UK|
|H&M Thick Knit Sweater – £3 – Age UK.|
|Zara Basic Cigarette Pants – £3.50 – British Heart Foundation|
|Next Monochrome Geometric Print T-Shirt Dress – £4.50|
|HT Fashion London Satchel – £4 – Dove House|
Hey guys. So today I thought I would do a little post on my bargain buys from a few charity shops, which I think are the same thing as thrift shops? Anyway, I was in my absolute element to say the least. It took a bit of time and effort but it was SO worth it, I found some absolute gems. I spent £22 on five items! Firstly, I got two knitwear items. Firstly, I found a white thin-knit sweater originally from Zara TRF. I am usually skeptical about white goods, however this seems so unworn as the white is still beautifully bright. I also found a thick-knit black jumper from H&M, although its a size 14 it is perfect for an over-sized cozy knit. These where both only £3 each from Age UK.
Secondly, I picked up an unworn pair of black Zara Basic Cigarette pants for £3.50, after debating for around 4 months whether I would be able to pull off the cigarette pant look I bit the bullet, cause for that price who can complain?
Although is going to be far behind us before long I could not turn down the beautiful H&M coral and white swing dress, it was unworn with labels still on it and only £4. I also purchased a T-shirt dress, originally from Next; with a beautiful monochrome geometric print. T-shirt dresses are so versatile, they can be worn all year round and dressed up and down. This was also only £4.50 (also my most expensive purchase of the day).
Last but definitely not least is the beautiful HT Fashion London bag. I could go crazy in charity shops for bags. “Granny Bags” are my favourite things as they are so cheap but so handy because of there million pockets. This satchel style bag was so different to anything i’ve got and perfect for Uni. It is basically unused and was only £4. I couldn’t be happier with my purchases.
What are your views on charity shops? Comment below! Hope you enjoyed this post, next time you pass a charity shop I would definitely look through the rails, you never know what you might find. 🙂