Recently, my bargain efforts have been focused upon the accessories sector of my ever growing wardrobe. And it's undeniable that my efforts have paid off!
Amazon - £3 for a set of 5
I decided that it was about time to finally join in the fashion blogger hype over minimalist band rings worn on multiple fingers. I adore them. Apart from the fact that I've had to layer the inside of each with bluetac - the curse of thin fingers - they are probably the most perfect pieces of jewellery for me! You all know I have an obsession with gold and the plain style of these means that they go with literally anything and make it look super stylish.
Primark - £1
The odd one out of this selection of bargains is my new beanie hat, which I didn't thrift or buy online. Still, it's certainly worth a mention considering it cost a mere £1! I have Primark to thank for such a bargain that is facilitating my new obsession with wearing beanie hats and dark lipstick
Honestly, I just thought this was cute. I have no other reason for purchasing it - no specific outfits in mind and no particular occasions. I just liked it and bought it and am yet to regret it!
Thrifted - £1
I would like to take a moment to recognise that Topshop sell scarves like this for nearly £20. Even I, with the limited maths skills that I poses, am able to see that means I found one hell of a bargain with this beauty! Maybe the fact that it's in my favourite print ever will convince me to stop dressing like it's summer most of the time.
Thrifted - £1.99
Checked scarf number two. Basically, I shall be alternating between them in a continuous cycle of inexpensive style.
I find that when you buy something cheaply, it stops being about how much you spend and becomes a case of how much you've saved! I'm yet to discover whether that's a good or bad thing.
Bethany Paige X