Charity Shop Bargains

We all love a bit of a bargain, whether it’s getting something in the sale or finding a little second hand gem on the high street (or online thanks to the likes of Gumtree). I have always loved grabbing a baggy shirt from the local secondhand/vintage shop but it’s only now that I have truly caught the second hand bug after finding a Zara shirt for a steal at four pounds(!) while my friend was donating some clothes to a local charity shop. Not only was my shirt a bloomin’ bargain, it fits me like a glove all in perfect time for Autumn weather.

So when it came to Tom visiting, a fellow lover of checkered shirts (bargain or not), I suggested we go charity shopping around Southampton. Although Tom didn’t find anything himself he did point out a pretty little bag, bringing out his inner fashionista by suggesting I buy it so I have a brown bag as an alternative to my little black one.  At first I wasn’t sure, after all, as a student at the end of Summer, in the pre loan period, I’m really scraping for cash. But who could resist a cute little bag at the giveaway price of £3.45? I’m so easily persuaded it’s horrifying. 

With pay day coming up I’ll be back out in the charity/second hand shops hopefully to find a record player and kick start my collection of vinyls. Until then though I think it’s a good idea I stay clear away from any shops, sliced prices or not.

IMG_20140918_095953

Author: Samantha Mae

Hi! I am a music and lifestyle blogger based near Margate, UK. Forever keeping an ear out for new music, particularly anything of the indie persuasion and always willing to spout on about life in general. Open to collaboration and new ideas, get in touch!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s