For these (which are slightly more silver in real life)
Which I have absolutely no occasion for but I have lusted over some sequin trousers since seeing this image on Pinterest.
I love them so much I’ll wear them at home watching TV if I have to! But in reality they’ll look great with my longline racer back leather look top, or with a black cami and heels, or with a white vest and blazer (velvet would be great, but not particularly seasonal right now).
And for these:
To replace my current pleather jeans which were always snug and a bit too low rise and have languished in my wardrobe for over a year but I’ve never found any better ones since. Love the quilted biker detailing on the thighs.
And also for this:
Which is part of the Coachella range and has already sold out online (not surprisingly for just £7.99) and will look equally as good with ankle boots as it will with summer sandals.
For being the only pair of white jeans I’ve ever tried (and I try every year, believe me) that don’t show pants through, don’t sit dangerously close to porno territory on the “waist” line and don’t look like Liz Hurley would wear them (she’s too posh for torn stuff). The fact that they’re described as “high” on the website makes you think they’d come up under your armpit, but to me these are just normal (it must be an age thing), and hopefully means I can wear them with a waistcoat and lots of chains without displaying muffin top.
At a combined cost of £52.98 for all 4 items (sequin trousers – £15, pleather trousers – £15, skirt – £7.99 and jeans – £14.99) I have done my bargain hunting self proud, as well as bagged some really cool stuff.
Of course the sizing is still rubbish, but I can forgive them based on these 4 items alone.