It’s not even October but shopping fever got me with full force. At least I have a good reason, after all, autumn has really arrived to London, temperature and leaves are falling and I’m in pumpkin mood already. I’m still not in the mood to pay full price for a lots of things though. Also, I really believe second-hand shopping is good for everybody, so I’ve been shopping a lot online lately, my main target is the place of pre-loved treasures, aka eBay, but I don’t mind Amazon and ASOS either.
I love pure cashmere, but I don’t like the prices start at £70 and that count rather good. After all, we’re speaking about jumpers here which are perfectly fine in pre-loved condition (too :)). I found these two while I was looking, and both of them are really good. The cream one is a pure basic, while the copper one is a great addition of colour and it cost me £15 with shipping. Can you believe it? I washed them already (by hand), so they’re ready for wear, yay softness!Next up is some vintage Kenzo mules with micro kitten heels. Unworn Kenzo shoes, with their original beautiful burgundy box for £35! The box still has its original price tag with around £125. These are full leather, the soles too which means I have to get applied some rubbery soles, but hey, these are beautiful Kenzo mules! These are my other lucky find. Another pair of full leather mules, unworn, but without the box this time. Anyway, they’re amazingly comfy and stylish which proves perfectly that’s nothing new under the sun, and it’s really worth looking for vintage mules on eBay.
Amazon Lately I’ve been really into minimalistic jewellery, especially rose gold ones, and I really wanted a new watch next to my trusty Daniel Wellington. I’ve seen a lots of Cluse watch among fashion bloggers, but I’ve never thought of buying one, until now.
I looked them up and for my surprise I found these (exactly what I wanted btw) on Amazon with 20% off for £70. Now please correct me if I’m wrong, but these are really similar to the DW ones which cost around 150 quid. I got it the next day with Prime (hail for Prime!), and it haven’t left my side and arm since then. Yay! 😀
Case in point, you’re gonna see this a lot, probably with my new jumpers and tees, like this one on the photo, which is from Brandy Melville (for £15) and can tell you not the only one I got. I’m not sure why I haven’t bought basic tees there until now, but that’s gonna change for sure.And finally, can you see the running colour theme here? 🙂 Yes, I still love warm autumn colours. So, I’ve desperately been looking for tan ankle boots for a while, with no luck. It’s really hard, because something (either the colour or the heels or the shape or price…) is always off. Until now.
This is not a thing I usually do btw, but this time I went to look around in the Mango Outlet (above the Mango store on Oxford St) and found these suede ones with 60% discount for only £23! Sure, you cannot get a refund, but hey, these are new and perfectly fine, and only last season, which I don’t even understand, because we’re speaking about tan suede, western like booties, not that I would mind a good discount. 🙂
Hope you enjoyed this post! 🙂