Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Breton (ish) Stripes

It's a simple striped oversized T shirt, but I'm in love. The Breton stripes have been around for a while now and by the looks of the nauticle explosions in most high street shop windows, it's not going anywear. Who can't resist the lure of a T shirt that can be transformed into millions (ok maybe tens) of different outfits merely by accessorising. Although a little wary at first of spending a whole eighteen pound on one top, it does take 3 hours slaving away in a bar for such money afterall, I soon pounced after spying one similar in Primark for £2.50 making an average of around a tenner a top! Shoppers logic rules again.

T Shirt - £18 Topshop
Extra Skinny Jeans - £20 Newlook
Flat Buckled Boots - £12 Asda (kids section)
Necklace - £2.50 Primark

Skirt bought last year £15 Topshop
Studded Shoe Boots £16 Matalan

Here's some more stripey goodness from Topshop:

Left to Right £35, £30, £60


  1. Ahhh! I'm totally addicted to stripes! I swear i own like five striped t-shirts that all look the same to everyone else, yet in my mind they are all different, it's ridiculous really!
    I like the idea of your blog, i too know how it is to be poor and lusting over clothes. I am also a student working part time in a coffee house/bookstore, so realistically don't really have the money to buy ANYTHING! Thank the sweet banks in this country for credit card! And also curse the sweet banks at the same time.
    Come visit my blog if you would like
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    Lady Gxx

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