Primark collar and a Topshop t-shirt

Coat, Shoes & T-shirt – Topshop, Shirt – Primark, Disco dupes – River Island, Bag – Charity Shop

I can’t believe it’s Sunday already. I am convinced weekend hours go faster than week hours. I went on a shopping day yesterday. I am pretty bad at shopping – I find it difficult to make my first purchase but once I have it’s all downhill for my debit card and all uphill for my wardrobe. I am on ASOS now trying to resist spending more money.

Today’s pictures contain some of my most recent purchases. The shirt (underneath the t-shirt) is from Primark. It was £8 but I am hoping to get a lot of wear from it since I love the collar detailing so much. I sometimes things from Primark look better outside of the shop than in the shop! The grey t-shirt is from Topshop, it’s pretty minimal but the material feels fairly thick and the rolled up sleeves are a nice addition to the ‘laid back’ feel. I tried on the American Apparel Disco Pants yesterday. Unfortunately my legs aren’t long enough and didn’t look how I’d hoped they would – I still love them and think they look great on everyone. I got the dupes from River Island which I don’t think are as thick but they don’t feel too restrictive. The main reason I went with the dupes was because they did short, regular and long versions – I went with the short! The price tag was a lot easier on the eye at £30 rather than £74. I’ll let you know how I get on with them!

You also may have noticed that my blog is a little different. I need an ‘UNDER CONSTRUCTION’ sign as I am not completely happy with it but my laptop is running at a snail’s pace so it may take a few weeks until it looks a little more presentable. 

Hope you’ve had a great weekend. 


  1. November 11, 2012 / 6:04 pm

    The shirt along with the tee looks fab!
    Never thought of using a baggy tee, i usually stick to jumpers.

    currently selling brand new polish on my blog sale

    • November 11, 2012 / 6:29 pm

      Thank you so much! Sounds great – will definately check them out as I am a bit of a nail varnish addict! Thanks again 🙂

  2. November 11, 2012 / 7:35 pm

    Gorgeous outfit, the collar is amazing! x

  3. November 12, 2012 / 8:39 pm

    Really nice outfit 😀

  4. April 9, 2013 / 6:59 am

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    Custom Tshirts

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