Dress: Car Boots Sale (French Connection) / Shoes: Zara
Skirt: Car Boots Sale (Marks & Spencer ) /Top: eBay / Shoes: Zara / Blazer: River Island
Top: Boots Sale (£1) / Jeans: ASOS / Shoes : Zara / Bag: Boots Sale (50pence) / Earrings: ASOS
Top: Boots Sale - (£1) / Shorts: Boots Sale (Next) - (£1) / Shoes : ASOS
As promised, a Car Boot haul!
A friend of mine recently introduced me to the 'art' of Car Boot shopping - and I am now addicted! Prior to the introduction, I had never considered shopping at Car Boot sales nor was I opposed to it. My first experience consisted of a 7am wake up on a Saturday and considering I start work at 7am on weekdays, it was not something I was happy to do but my friend insisted that the early bird catches the worm (or the best garms lol!). When I first got there I must admit I was far from impressed. I did not understand how rooting through someone's rejected clothes could be 'fun shopping'. I was continuously told, 'Dauby, you have to look, you cannot expect to stand there and find what you want' . So I decided to just dive in - literally- and it was amazing!! I purchased 5 designer items for £5 and they did not look used or rejected!
From then on, I knew - shopping would never be the same.
So I went again this morning and purchased the beautiful motel dress I am wearing in the above pictures and the bag also (amongst other things) - all for less than £7 . The dress is perfect for summer/festivals/holiday and I love the colour and fit. To 'dress' it all off, it was sunny today so I got to wear it out.
Anywaaay, definitely check out your local car boot for a testament on how looking good doesn't have to break the bank.
P.s. look out for pictures of my other items
YouTube Video of the items :)