I got these red crochet-style espadrilles for £4 in Peacocks. They are wonderfully comfortable and possibly the best four quidoodles I've spent this year.
Then from Dorothy Perkins, I found this beauty. Some how, despite my many fashion and beauty obsessions, one for belts seems to have slipped through the net and I barely own any. But if I keep seeing ones like this, that may well change. It is a muted grey colour but its slight iridescence catches the light and makes it a little different to the usual plain old ones I tend to see. I loved the shiny gold buckle and the fact that it has lots of holes means that I can get it to fit me perfectly.
Then my final stop was Topshop. Admittedly, I wasn't going to find the makeup wipes and deodorant I needed in there but as I was passing by, it would have been rude not to.
Like Miss Selfridge, Topshop always have some great jewellery sales, so I had a good rummage through the Topshop offerings and although lots of gorgeous sparkles and feathers caught my eye, I managed to be good and limited myself to one piece of gorgeousness.
With a tidal wave of statement rings hitting us at the moment, I liked how this was quirky but still dainty. I've been wearing it almost every day since I bought it and, being gold, it goes with so many outfits. The sale sticker said '£2.50' but when I got to the till, it turned out to be £1.50.
So all in all, a nice little haul wouldn't you agree?