I love my vintage finds and premium labels (more to look at than buy though!), but I have my fair share of high street and yes, even supermarket bargains when it comes to clothes. The Asda store in Milton Keynes is absolutely huge and has a massive George clothing section which I’ve happily browsed when I’m back visiting my parents, but I’ve never been so impressed with their range as I have this season!
I could have easily spent £100 in there, but managed to limit myself to these few pieces (and thanks to my mum for putting up with me being in the changing room for a good 20 minutes!).
|This gorgeous floral top could have been found in
a vintage store, but instead was just £9 in Asda!
|I absolutely adore this embellished print, it’s so hard to believe
it was only £8!
|This top reminds me of the art deco staging at
the Florence & Machine gig I went to last week!
|I love cobalt blue for this season, and these
ankle grazing trousers are going to be perfect
for spring with some brogues.
In total I only spent £40! There were numerous other things I wanted to get including this amazing pastel blouse, but they didn’t have it in my size. I tried to get it online but annoyingly it’s so great that Grazia have featured it so I doubt I’ll ever get it now!
I will definitely be going back to Asda to check out more of their Spring Summer collection soon, and can’t wait to start wearing my new pieces!
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