Megan x ASOS paisley blouse | v neck striped tunic | tie waist striped shirt | oversized camel stripe shirt | black heeled sandals | tan leather shoulder bag | metallic co-ord jacket | metallic co-ord trousers | 'bugger off' striped t-shirt | leather utility jacket
60's coat with collar | side split sweater | circle necklace | high neck ribbed jumper | lace up long jumper tunic | chevron fringing cardigan | d-ring jumpsuit | retro floral playsuit | top stitch playsuit | cream croc bag
faux fur scarf | black over the knee boots | white keyhole belted tunic | grey high neck tie tunic | midi high neck dress | padded neck jumper | snake skin boots | paisley print blouse | v neck d-ring top | felt black fedora
Megan x ASOS lace blouse | star print plunge dress | rust a-line dress | rope tie waist tunic dress | grey v neck swing dress | red suede wrap skirt | mono paisley skinny scarf | contrast piping blouse | wide leg jeans | patchwork suede skirt
As soon as the Boxing Day sales launch, the madness is enough to send me into turmoil. In all honesty, I'm not one to be going crazy for half price products I most likely received as a gift in some form just a few days before. Joining a queue at 6am to be the first to grab a discount? No thank you, I'd rather be cosied up in bed recovering from a food overdose. The lead up to Christmas itself is an extremely expensive time, yet people still seem to carry on spending as soon as it's over with. It's that idea of a single figured number flying around in your mind; the persuasion of a hyped up sale is enough for you to quit your resistible manner.
Saying that, however, hunting down the best bargains can be somewhat a luxury and satisfying to the soul. If you have the money to spend, whether that be the leftover Christmas lot or a card-filled present, then I'd be all over that like dots on dice. The clothing side of shopping seems to be what magnetises me in. I've already spent a small fortune in Topshop and now I'm moving on to my yearly browse of the huge ASOS sale - my favourite part of the festive holidays. With thousands of amazing pieces still to show it can often be overwhelming (although I'd much rather find the patience to cruise through online sales rather than endure the pushing and shoving between the slow walkers and the mismatched, unorganised rails). I know myself I've been straining my eyes searching through the variety of styles on both the site and the app which is why (as hard as it was) I've narrowed it down for you using the 'top 40' as a twist - with a mixture of both casual, statement, glam and even outdoor garments.
At the top of my list has to be the metallic co-ord, the star print skater dress, the red suede skirt and the snake skin knee high boots. How incredible would they all be for the party season and onwards?
Have you got any particular favourites and have you burnt up any more money on the sales?