Let’s be honest. No one really ever wants to go back to the grind after a holiday and even though writing is more of a passion, it’s still tough to get back into after time away.
Still, happy new year, best wishes, and all that jazz. Guess who’s back, starting the year off with another what’s new on the high street/ clothing haul: none other than your girl TheRoamBlogger.
So without further ado, let’s get into the clothes.
Starting off this haul is my £2.50 Good Vibes t-shirt from (surprise, surprise) Primark!
Next up: I wore this beautiful checkered body con dress to work, paired with black tights, boots and a small black shawl to keep me warm but it would equally work well with a black long sleeved roll neck t-shirt or body suit. I did feel massive Clueless vibes wearing it though!
The next piece, spotted in Quiz, was a lovely work outfit: a pastel pink roll neck jumper (I think I have an obsession with roll necks this season) and a pair of pink and grey check paper bag waist trousers which had a forgiving, post Christmas, stretch which I think we can all agree we could do with right now. This was on the pricey side (in comparison to Primark), with this outfit coming to approximately £40.
I’ve mentioned them before in my previous post but the Timberland style pastel boots were on sale (£7!) so I couldn’t resist and picked up the pink pair to add to my already excessive wardrobe. These compliment a pair of light coloured jeans and a white t-shirt, layered with a pastel jumper for the cooler months.
Last but not least, another cute outfit idea was the jumper dress and thigh high boots. This look has been all over Instagram and I decided to give it a go. The cream Primark fluffy jumper dress, although malts like a puppy dog, is wonderfully soft and pairs perfectly with grey tights, thigh high boots and some statement jewellery. Be warned though, this is an outfit made to be worn in the cold, so if you’re someone who gets warm easily then this outfit might need to be reserved for those reeeeeally cold days. It was a dress that cost around the £12 mark.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s haul and that your 2019 is full of adventures and expression.
Until next time.