Monday, 9 February 2015

My London HAUL: Fashion, Beauty & Random Additions


I've just returned from my trip to London and I treated myself to a few bits and pieces. This post isn't going to be too lengthy, I just wanted to let you know what I bought whilst I was away last week. I will be typing up a trip overview post at some point over the next few days but for the moment I'll just go through my mini shopping haul. 

I bought two casual dresses from Primark at £5 each, I actually went in there for some cheap work trousers but obviously I was swayed. I love the striped white and navy dress, it's very nautical in that classic yet relaxed style. It has quite a few styling possibilities but I'll probably wear it with black or grey tights, black wedge boots and a blazer for work. As for the berry coloured floral dress, I'll most likely style it in a very similar way. 

I payed a visit to the Harry Potter shop at Kings Cross Station, I've wanted to see it for a little while but I haven't had the chance. Whilst I was there I bought a Gryffindor pendant necklace, I had to stop myself from going overboard so I didn't get anything else from there. I love how everyone who works there wears Hogwarts Express uniforms, it just adds to the atmosphere.

I've been desperate for new hairspray for a few weeks so when I passed a Superdrug I bought my usual brand: Fudge Urban Iced Raspberry and Vanilla Hairspray. It's been a favourite of mine for a longtime so when I picked it up I couldn't resist buying some of the Fudge Urban Crisp Pear and Sweet Vanilla Dry Shampoo. I'm still yet to try their shampoo and Miracle Ends conditioner, I will eventually though so expect a Fudge Urban post at the end of the month.

Last but certainly not least, I bought the vinyl of Fleetwood Mac's Seven Wonders. I utterly adore Seven Wonders, it caters for multiple moods and emotions. The great thing is, it only cost me £2.00 at Sister Rays. I wish that I could find more shops that sell vinyls around where I live, especially since the only places I know are quite costly. 

Thanks for reading my London HAUL, I hope you've enjoyed this post. I've got more on the way later on!

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