Today, I’m finally going to show you what I got on my holiday in Poland, woo! I don’t know about you but shopping hauls and OOTD posts are my favourites to read so here we go, let me know your opinions!
The first thing I wanted to show you is this gorgeous jacket which looks slightly Chanel-ish because of it’s boucle texture. I love the texture of it and I think it’s formal without being too formal and it’s so versatile which I always look for in clothes. I got it on sale at Camaieu and I think it’s a great piece for the awkward/”pre” season when Spring/Summer is done with and Fall/Winter hasn’t really started yet.
The next thing I wanted to show you guys is this absolutely incredible top from Mango, I’m so so in love with it. If you recognise it, I wore it in my last OOTD because I’m so in love with it, I just couldn’t wait. I love the pattern, shape and everything about this top, it reminds me of Blair Waldorf’s atelier as well which may be another reason as to why I love it so much.
The most important part of summer sales for me is getting fabulous transitional pieces that will work next summer and this fall and are gorgeous and unique. I found this amazing Stradivarius jacket in the sale and I fell in love with it. Mostly because it can be dressed up or down and if you dress it up, it still has an edge to it because of the biker-like cut. Stradivarius don’t have them anymore but I found a similar one at Camaieu here.
Some of you may know that I love thrift shopping almost as much as I love Coca-Cola and of course, going thrifting anywhere I visit is a must. So even on holiday, I went thrift shopping and I found this incredible patterned coat which literally doesn’t need anything to it because it’s so gorgeous. I’m considering changing the buttons into something less chunky or maybe silver ones to update it a bit? What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments! Anyway, it’s a fabulous coat and it cost me less than a pound!
The next dress I’m so happy with, I could literally live in it, is this pencil dress from Mohito. The pattern on it is black and white and classy but still very interesting with an irregular marble-ish pattern. What convinced me to buy this dress was not only the beautiful pattern and the quality of it but the great body-hugging cut of the dress which is still comfortable to wear! The only reason I haven’t worn this dress yet is because it’s so beautiful it feels like a waste to wear it when going to the park or whatever but you will definitely see it again! This option is sold out but I found a similar one here.
Even though I own about 15746893543 black t-shirts, I just couldn’t resist this one which made me laugh, especially because of the way the ‘Kiss My Ass’ is printed on it, as if it was cross-stitched on it, this particular model from Tally Weijl is sold out but there’s a similiar one here.
The one thing I was desperately looking for this summer was a gorgeous kimono and I fell in love with this one at Parfois, while looking for a handbag… It was the last one they had and it was just so beautiful, I couldn’t resist it. You probably saw me wearing it in the post about our holiday in Poland. I was just so excited about getting it, I wore it the day after getting it. This model is sold out now but there’s a kimono for the A/W season and I am considering getting it, have a look at it here.
The next purchases are these gorgeous yellow pajama-style trousers which I fell in love with as soon as I saw them and plan on wearing them for the first time tomorrow, woo! I love the floral print, 70s-vibes and just everything about them, they’re perfect! I got these ones from Camaieu but they’re sold out, I found similar ones in Zara here and here. The shoes in the picture are from CCC but they’re sadly not on their website but I found similar ones at ASOS, here and here. My favourite thing about them is that they’re the perfect transitional shoe and will last me through seasons. I’m so in love with them and they’re not too high so they’re perfect for running around and wearing anytime.
I’m always on the look out for new jewellery and despite all the minimalistic jewellery trends, I didn’t buy any but when I saw these, I fell in love and couldn’t resist. I got them from Mohito but can’t find them on the website, I did find similar one here and here.
I also got this lovely bracelet which is minimalistic and in a lovely pastel green colour. I found it at St. Dominic’s Fair for only £12! It’s real leather as well! Just fabulous.
In Tally Weijl where I found the awesome ‘Kiss My Ass’ t-shirt, I also found a beautiful floaty pastel pink maxi skirt, which you may have seen me wear here. It’s sold out but I’ve found a similar one here. I’ve also found some gorgeous floral mint jeans at the market in my home town, I’ve found similar ones here. I also found some pajama-style trousers which can be worn with some nice heels and are sooo comfortable! The pajama-style trouser trend is one of my favourites at the minute, it’s just so comfortable and surprisingly stylish. I found similar ones here for you.
Last but not least from my clothing buys is this absolutely stunning pencil skirt I found in Mohito. I love pencil skirts so much and this one is just perfect. The print on it is so gorgeous I could just wear this skirt on its own and be happy with it. It’s beautiful. It’s sold out but I found similar ones here and here.
The last thing I wanted to share is something my sister got me on our holiday. It’s a colouring book for adults. It sounds silly but it’s the most de-stressing thing to do, ever! There is a lot of different colouring books but the exact one I got can be found here.
I hope you enjoyed looking at my buys and let me know what you think? What did you like the most?
Thanks for reading,