I was really hoping that the current Pokemon love had spread in to Primark and I wasn't disappointed. The first thing that Ethan picked was this bright yellow Pikachu t-shirt, there was loads of other Pokemon ones but not in his size as I'd probably have got him two, he's loved Pokemon since he was 3 or 4. This was £4.
One of the t-shirts he'd grown out of was his awesome Minecraft t-shirt, which had a Creeper on, as such we were very happy to find this in the children's section and in his size too! I think this one was £7.
I wasn't on the look out for dvds but when I saw this Pokemon Movie collection I just had to grab it. Ethan has a nice little collection of the movies but the chance to get 3 more for only £7 was too good to miss.
I was on the look out for Pokemon stuff for myself, as well as for Ethan, as I have loved everything Pokemon since my very early teens. I had seen some amazing pyjamas and t-shirts shared in various groups but they weren't there anymore - Thankfully I found these Amazing Pikachu slippers instead! These were £4 and I quite wish I had got two pairs just because when these get wrecked (as slippers inevitably do) I'll be really sad.
This was the only other Pokemon item I could find in my size but it's rather awesome. It's a night dress in a grey cotton with this Pikachu print on it. It's not the height of fashion, maybe, but it's super comfy and very cute. This was, I think, £5.
I bought this butterfly print dress with a wedding in mind. It's not too short, has long sleeves and I love the pattern but the fabric is a little clingy. It fits me just fine but it clings in places that I wouldn't want, especially for a wedding. I'm keeping it, as I love it so much, because it was only £12 and I'm hoping I'll be able to wear it more comfortably if I lose a little weight.
I picked up two of the basic tees, with cute patterns, they were meant to be £4 each but I think the disney one was £2 which was an added bonus. They're both really simple but the patterns make them a little bit more special. I couldn't tell you which I love most as I like them both for different reasons.
Seeing as the last photo continued the butterfly theme, I'll carry on the Disney one this time. This is a really long t-shirt but with high slits up the side which make for a really interesting fit. I really like it with leggings and the glittery Cinderella quote is lovely. I think this one was £8 or £9.
Lastly I got a charcoal, plain vest which was £1.50 and a rose gold/copper compact mirror which was only £1. Super basic, on both counts, but I really love the mirror and the vest is always useful (I have lots of sheer tops which need something underneath which is why I picked this up, more specifically).
And that's what I got. Sorry for no photos of things hung up, I struggle to hang things on the door like I used to so I focused on prints. I think you get a good idea of how they look, though, and if you pop in to the store you'll be able to see if the styles are to your tastes. I do miss doing Primark hauls and I hope that I'll not have to wait so long before I do the next one. Their kids clothes, especially, have come a long way since Ethan was little, you used to get much more basic items but now the Disney and other brands are everywhere.