Tuesday, 13 October 2015

2015's Autumn/Winter Primark haul


Yes, it's that time of year again; the season change means it's a perfectly reasonable excuse to go on a mass raid in Primark. Primark is my one true love all year round but there's something about the autumn/winter stock that draws me in more than the spring/summer.

On my annual trip (or should I say trips over the past few months, definitely trying to justify my obsessive spending) I've noticed Primark is starting to appear a lot less Primark-y. I don't know how on earth I'm meant to explain that, but with the obvious risen prices comes much better quality and more expensive looking pieces which I'd willingly pay opposed to walking into Topshop or Zara and finding a near identical garment for treble the price!

You'll probably notice a familiar colour palette within this haul, the typical 'Autumn' shades should I say. I'm falling (proud pun intended) for my ultimate rust, tan, and neutral colours along with the odd pretty blouse that will forever be a part of my instant fashion attraction. I'm also sticking to my trusty styles such as roll necks, a-line skirts and block heeled boots. Spending loads (in both time and money) isn't always my intention but it's guaranteed it will always happen. As the saying goes, pop into Primark for a pair of socks, walk out with a bag full and no socks you especially entered the store for, and on that note I will crack on with showing you what I picked up...


Despite purchasing way too much and overcrowding my closet even further, I feel like I'm not done with the Primark splurging just yet. As the winter stock continues to stream in, my eyes are continuously open for any other additions I can include in my winter wardrobe. As the cold weather moves in I often go through a stage of hating all my clothes and I think Primark is such a great starting place for mixing things up a little. As the temperatures are dropping this week I'm in need of a cuddly, fluffy and warm scarf so once again, Primark is where I'll be heading. I love their knitwear, from accessories to their £5 jumpers. They've also got a pretty wonderful homeware collection out at the moment, along with some fur coats moving in (can you tell I'm such a Primark tracker?!). If I do manage to grab a fab find or two, I may even update this blog post with the new extras so be prepared to keep your eyes peeled (as much as I do when I'm wandering round the Trinity store with my wheely basket). In all honesty, I'm surprised the security guard on the doors doesn't know my name by memory.

Have you been Primark shopping lately?

Bridie x

P.S. Have you entered my Paul Mitchell giveaway?
Share:

4 comments

  1. Oh my god I am in LOVE with everything here! Especially that paisley blouse, its stunning! x
    Aisling | Aislings beauty bytes

    ReplyDelete
  2. Love all of your Primark picks and it's at times like this that I wish they had an online shop! I really need to up my hunting skills in Primark because some people come out with such amazing stuff from there but I can never seem to find it in my local store. Love the boots, mac and the white frilly blouse though - will definitely be on the lookout for them :) x
    Charlotte's Road // Beauty, Fashion + Lifestyle

    ReplyDelete
  3. Lovely Primark haul :) All of your new goodies are gorgeous and just right for A/W! The faux fur gilet is absolutely stunning, I hope Primark have one in stock when I next go :).

    El xx xx

    www.elsfashionfix.co.uk

    ReplyDelete
  4. You've bought some gorgeous things Bridie! I love the skirt and the little purple and red bag!
    Charlotte xx - Charlotte Sophia Roberts

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for taking the time out to take an interest and comment on my page. I read and appreciate every single one of them! And if you like the blog you stumbled across, you're very welcome to stay...

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
© the same old chic | fashion, beauty and lifestyle by bridie | All rights reserved.
Blogger Template Designed by pipdig