Number six in my 'Secondhand Sunday' series... I think this is near my last of Secondhand Sunday posts as we're already in September now (What the heck... how did that happen?!) & carboots are a lot less frequent but I'll try to go to as many as possible! That aside, I found some great things yesterday. It was also our 4th year anniversary of living in France so we had dinner out in town to celebrate. Here are some photos from the day!
I got this peplum top for 2 euros. I love the cobalt blue colour & the peplum style is really flattering. It's something I'd wear on a night out with a black bodycon skirt along with some gold jewellery (like on pic).
I got this for 1 euro, I love layering rings at the moment and I'll be wearing this one along with my chunky silver rings from H&M!
I'm so chuffed to have got this maxi dress for just 2 euros! I have a similar one in grey which I did a post on, (click here to view post), these sort of dresses are so versatile and go with everything, it can be worn all year round which is great. I will be doing a post with this dress shortly including some missguided.co.uk items so stay tuned for that.
This scarf was 1 euro, a similar print to the classic Alexander Mcqueen scarf, but don't think I could afford the price tag so this'll do!
These beauties cost me 3 euros!! They look like something Cher from Clueless would wear but I just really love the sunflower print & luckily the suns still shining where I am and it's still OK to wear these.
We sat in the main square in town where it was reasonably bustly (for a Sunday night in rural France) where we ate goats cheese crepes with honey & walnuts, salad and a cafe gourmande to share for afters...which was deeelish! We went for a little wander afterwards to let our food go down, I felt so stuffed! Back to school tomorrow for me, where did the summer go?
Luckily I start at after lunchtime, Wednesday we finish at lunch and then just two full days so a pretty easy first week back! This year is going to be pretty stressful, it being my last year and all (woohoo!)...which means exams, work experience and applying to unis/schools...just thinking about it makes me nervous so I'm just going to take it each day as it comes.
I hope everyone's back to school/starting uni goes well & I will be back with some new posts soon, stay tuned!