Over the past few weeks, I have been on a mad spending spree buying the spring items which have been hitting our high street stores. Admittedly I’m addicted to the pastel trend this season, which has meant I have purchased some lovely items from Topshops SS14 collection.
For a while I had fallen out of love with Topshop and sometimes I think it’s a bit of a hit and miss with their clothing. It’s like you either hate or love it. I had visited Topshop a lot in Leeds Trinity and walked out feeling disappointed and empty handed as most of the things were way over priced for what they was and to be honest I found similar items in Primarni.
I took a trip back to Lancashire land a few weeks back to get my hair cut as I won’t let another soul touch my hair except my regular hairdresser and as a treat after having a lovely head massage, I decided to hit Topshop to see if I could grab myself a skirt. As soon as I entered Topshop, I was love-struck over this floral skirt which is lightweight and perfect to wear with tights on a brisk spring day and when the weather decides to heat up, it’s nice to wear barelegged with a pair of jelly shoes which I will be purchasing very soon. I used to have a pair as a little girl and now they are back in fashion, my inner 90's kid is coming out.
A few weekends ago I decided to go on a wild night out around Huddersfield and as I don’t have a lot of statement jewellery I was adamant I would buy some to match my outfit. Topshop has some amazing jewellery at the moment rocking the pastel trend that I love ever so much. I purchased this lovely statement necklace at a reasonable £14.50 after 10% student discount.
I did also purchase a ring with a pink pastel colored stone but unfortunately on the night out, it didn’t survive more than 15 minutes before the stone fell out of the ring which I was pretty annoyed at considering I paid £6.50 and had only worn it a few hours.
Whilst queuing to pay for my items, I was eyeing up the make-up counter and I couldn’t resist. I have heard many reviews before about Topshops lipstick so I thought I would give it a try as I always wear my fail-safe red lipstick. With many colours to choose from, it was hard to decide but the one that stood out the most was this coral colored lipstick named ditsy which my friends say matches my personality very well.
I wore my velvet Asos dress which I had posted about before which went well with my new accessories without buying a brand new outfit.