Well, most of you have probably heard about this sale, which took place over the Easter weekend, maybe not for the sale itself, but for the commotion it caused. There were apparently riots, people being run over and ambulances needing to be called. So, me and a group of friends trudged up to Brick Lane and got there about 9.30 only to met by a huge queue. After much shuffling and pushing, we were finaaly told that the Sale had been cancelled. Great. But, the determined shoppers we are, we awoke bright and early the next morning, got to the station, only to be find out that the line we needed was not in service. But we charged on and got there at 8.30 and managed to go in straight away and bagged some goodies and saved £180. Wow. Here’s a couple of things we bought:
Denim’s always big in Spring – but this year it’s everywhere. The beauty of a demin jacket is that you can throw it on top of nearly anything, but I think they look best unbuttoned on top of summery dresses…
From top left across; Topshop £50, All Saints £120, Asos £39, River Island £29.99
From top left across: Toshop £32, Topshop £50, Asos £60
With the new Tim Burton film and with Easter coming up, a wave of cute dresses and quirky jewellery is hitting the highstreet.
And with celebrities like Stella McCartney backing the fashion front, Alice in Wonderland could be here to stay:
^New Look £20
Well Golden Globes were on a few nights ago, and of course I recorded it.
And I spose the performances and awards were good blah blah blah….but all I was looking at was the outfits….
Here are the best dressed from the night:
Lea Michele in Oscar De La Renta, Sandra Bullock in Bottega Veneta, Emily Blunt in D&G, Penelope Cruz in Giorgio Armarni Prive, Kate Hudson inMarchesa, Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior, Cameron Diaz in Alexander McQueen, Courtney Cox in Victoria Beckham and Jennifer Aniston in Valentino.
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