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Recent purchases

These are all of my recent purchases from July! Many of them are second hand or in the sale because as i have mentioned before, paying full-price for clothes can be extortionate!

Topshop via a charity shop - £4

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Topshop via ebay - £8

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Oh my Love in the sale - £10

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Topshop via Asos Marketplace - £12

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Topshop in the sale - £15

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Henry Holland via Debenhams - £18 (okay, this was full price, but very cheap!)

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Topshop - £16 (ahhhhh again very cheap)

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Olive + Frank - £21 (the boy bought me this :))

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Topshop in the sale - £20

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Topshop via ebay - £8

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