...here's what I spent my food money on:-
|It may look tacky but it goes |
ok with t-shirts - as long as
the waistband doesn't show,
and at £4, it was rude not to;
bargainicious-ness at Tesco.
|Who needs to spend forty|
squids on a Casio when you
can bag a retro wrist buddy
from ASDA for a measly fiver.
|I can't seem to go into Urbs |
without purchasing some tees
from the male department,
Saturday was no exception.
Also, whilst I was in Urban outfitters, fighting the urge to lick everything; I got a Bill Crosby style, retro, chunky, knitted cardigan for a massively underpriced £30. I actually love it, it's beautiful, but unfortunately I couldn't find any pictures online.
Then tonight, through sheer boredom, I went onto UO website, being alone and high on milkyway magic stars therefore clearly not thinking straight (money-wise), I got the following:-
It is now Monday - long blog entry - H&M also fell victim to my shopping spree, I took away with me a black and red, floral, canvas, tote bag for a cool £12.99 and a plain dark purple skirt for £2.99. I couldn't find pictures of either of these things because I've only just found out how pointlessly frustrating the H&M website is. You can't browse the clothes, they don't have prices; all they have are fashion articles, a selection of garms that are in store and a store locator. It's a clothes store - geez, show some damn clothes.
Also on my credit card fueled adventure, I moseyed on into Topshop and got...
|I also tried on these £22|
canvas bad-boys but didn't
get them because I'm
shopping around for a
decent pair of staple
|...this clockette necklace |
for £10 which I immediately
broke when it smashed
against my car door,
creating a crack across
the face - darn.
Conveniently bringing me to my shoe confusion dilemma - I know I definitely want hi tops but I'm not sure which sneaker path to go down. The following are the finalists in my shoe-y contest:-
Reebok Freestyle Hi in white averaging at around £44.
Cream converse skating in at like £25-£35. I love them, they're beautiful but they're so common now.
So yeah, there's these and maybe some white Nike high tops. Not overly sure on the Nikes though because I like the boys line but think they look a bit manly and all the girls ones are lame. Shoe shopping is my week point because I know very little about shoes - despite me being a girl - but I'll come to a decision soon enough.
So here I sit, snuffling for England, Grey's Anatomy box set on 'Play all' and a trusted, kind hearted, yet hairy amigo cooking me a sausage sarnie with no sauce. Weather is miserable but a journey to Chester on the train is essential to my social life, as Wallasey has been my predominant location for the past two weeks, wow; that may be the most depressing 11 words I've ever written. Friday cannot come fast enough, then it's all uphill from there.
P & L