I’ve always been a bargain hunter. Growing up, my life was filled with early Sunday mornings spent down our local car boot sale.
Now, now. I definitely have a use for everything here, I promise (kind of).
I learnt a trick recently on how to return home with a good haul under your arm. We’ve all been there– buying something we couldn’t wear now, but could wear one day.
Alright alright, I’ll admit it! My Colorplan bag isn’t strictly charity-bought, but I can tell you– it was free!
This weekend I went to my first ever Vintage Kilo Sale. Kilo sales are pretty self explanatory– fill up your bag with lots of stuff, then get it weighed at the end.
This week’s Guest Feature is from freelance sign painter (nope, not like road signs!) and avid charity shopper Georgina Tozer.
A gorgeous morning calls for a gorgeous autumn outfit. I found these boots in a Scope charity shop over a year ago.
The best charity shops (in my experience) are the ones in the not-so-hip areas. I’m talkin’ villages, small towns, and the outskirts of big cities.
Darling devotchkas and droogs, it’s time for my first Outfit article! And what better day to wear it, than to meet my friend Phil for a work date and a bite to eat in Bristol.