Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Glasgow Haul

Hello everyone. I went shopping on Thursday in Glasgow with Louise and Charlotte so I thought I'd do a little haul post. I did spend quite a bit of money but please bear in mind that I had saved up for this shopping trip. I was really excited to visit Forever 21 and I was not let down. The shop is huuuge and all the clothes are so nice and reasonably priced.


From Boots I bought the La Roche-Posay Effaclar Microexfoliant(£11) as I was really intrigued by the idea of an exfoliating toner. I also bought the Sinful Colours nail varnish in Hazard(£1.99) which is a lovely orange-coral. I paid for both of  these using Boots points.


A bit of an impulse buy. Mac lipstick in Brick Oh La from House of Fraser. I can't believe Mac lipsticks are now £15, it's getting ridiculous. I think I'm going to buy some ones I've wanted for a while and then just refuse to pay more for them. Plus I want to go cruelty free and Mac definitely aren't so it has to be a short lived love affair.


I only bought one piece of Forever 21 jewellery and it was this necklace. It was  £3.15 which is very reasonably priced and I love it.


And then I got this dress from Forever 21 that cost £22.75. I liked it but I was a bit unsure of it and then Louise and Charlotte totally talked me into getting it and I'm so glad they did.


I also got this cardigan which was £18.75. I loved the bows on the pockets even if it does make me look a lot bigger than I actually am. I also bought a vest top from F21 for £2 but I didn't think that needed showing.


And finally I popped my Zara cherry with this lovely crocheted top. It was £12.99 in the sale and I love it.

 Follow me on Twitter | Follow me on instagram: whathayleydidtoday | Check out my youtube | Follow me on BlogLovin

Share:

No comments

Post a Comment

Thank you for leaving a comment, I try my best to reply to all comments but if you need a fast response please email or tweet me instead.

© Honestly Russell | All rights reserved.
Blogger Template Developed by pipdig