Thursday, 25 October 2012

Something For Nothing (Almost)

 
 
It is time to share some of last week's bargasms with you.
I dashed into my local Marks and Spencer store during a lunchbreak from work.
While I was looking for a sandwich I noticed the sale rail and had a browse.
I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw what was on offer.
There were two pairs of shoes left.
Both in my size (4.5).
I bought two pairs of shoes for £11 and two tunic dresses for £13.
The shoes were originally £25 and £49.50 while the dresses which are both fully ined were £35 and £39.50.
Even better was the fact that it cost me just £1.
I won a £10 M and S voucher in a recent raffle at work and the other vouchers were loyalty vouchers plus I paid £1.
Now that is what I call something for nothing.
 
 




 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
Today I wore:
(5) Boots - Clarks
(23) Skirt - Gap
(8) Shirt - Boden
(9) Yellow jumper (to replace yellow cardigan) - Primark
 


 
 

10 comments:

  1. Those are some fabulous buys! I especially love the pink print dress and can't wait to see you rock it :)

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  2. Bargasm! LOL that sounds a bit like it might hurt...until I read the rest of your post. Too funny, but nice bargains!

    I think you look great without makeup. I really cut back on mine since I started blogging. I stopped wearing foundation and mascara. The two things I hated bothering with.

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  3. Yay! I love a bargain…those red snakeskin ones are my fav…well done you…am a teeny bit green eyed, Avril xx

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  4. Wow - great bargains and I am especially pleased that you found them in M&S because I've often done the same and have some beautiful dresses in both silk and linen, purchased in M&S sales. Many stylish people I meet who have higher incomes than me don't use M&S except maybe for food or possibly underwear so they have no idea. I've frequently been complimented on my dresses and now say " designer" because I'm amazed they don't know that they're from M&S. I'm mainly talking about Limited Edition not Per Una by the way - though occasionally there are really lovely, simple but stylish designs from the general range that don't get the publicity like the ghastly Twiggy designs.

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  5. That is some amazing shopping and I love the second pair of shoes. Envious of your tiny feet.

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  6. I cannot believe this - wow Jane !
    You got some really nice things, specially the dresses :)

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  7. A pound!! That takes some beating!! X

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  8. Hahaha...bargasms..thats so funny!

    You did well......and the red maryjanes are gorgeous.

    I really like the yellow sweater that your are wearing too.

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  9. What bargains, you are an amazing shopper, combining coupons, etc. Nothing like almost free.

    Darla

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