Feels like far too long since there’s been a new Primark haul so it’s about time that I share a few more of my finds with you. Just three bits for me and two for Ethan, but some rather nice finds none the less.
In the hope that Spring is starting to show signs of arriving I have been enjoying thin sweatshirts, something to keep the chill off but not needing to be as heavy weight as those beautiful jumpers that got us through the winter. This one caught my eye on my last Primark trip, I really like the grey, pink and purple shades and the weird, blurred, water colour sort of effect that it has. I was expecting this to be £9 but it rang through the till at £5, love when that happens at Primark!
I don’t often go for tops with text on but the bold rose print, the beautiful swirling patterns surrounding, the soft pink shade of the fabric and the asymmetric style were more than enough to make me overlook the text and, to be honest, it’s nicer text than I often see anyway. I really love this top and have worn it quite a few times already – This one was £5 too.
These put a big smile on my face, when I was in Primark a good number of weeks before my sister managed to find a pair of these chocolate brown fleecey boots for £3 but they didn’t have my size. When I was in there more recently I saw a couple of pairs on a rail and thought I’d have a look, without much hope, and the first pair I picked up were size 4! (That’s my size if you hadn’t guessed) – They were still marked down at £3. I tend to wear this type of boots as slippers but they’re nice and comfy for popping out in too. I prefer the chocolate brown ones for going out in than the black ones I have from a couple of years ago.
When we were looking at the womens clothes Ethan kept finding ladies clothes that he wanted for himself so it seemed a good idea to pop to the kids section and see if we could find some things he liked there. Again, in the hope for warmer weather, I thought it’d be nice to pick up some shorter sleeved tees for him; he can wear them already layered over long sleeved ones. He picked this Cars one which was £4.
The other tee Ethan chose is this Minons one for £4 – There were some other Very cool designs like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and some other awesome characters but obviously it was down to Ethan as to what he wanted (Mummy has chosen his new pyjamas so he’s going to get a nice surprise with those!)