I started in off in Bromley and popped into Sue Ryder Cancer Shop and managed to pick up the following items.
Black Marabou Feather Jacket from River Island 9.99 still tagged at £44.99. I had been looking at Net-a-porter and seen a Phillip Lim sequin backed one for £1800 which was sold out!!! There was also a Vanessa Bruno jacket reduced to £305 which is exactly the same. I will be putting this one up for sale on ebay
I bought these M&S Limited Collection shoes for £4.00 - nice chunky heel, fit nicely but un-decided if I will keep these or sell them on.
In Dover there were probably around 10 charity shops in the Town Centre, which was really small. My partner was with me so I felt a little guilty as I was wading through rails whilst he was waiting patiently.
Red dress £1.49 to sell
The black wooden necklace was a previous buy at £1.50
Vintage Gina Bacconi three colour sequin dress - reminded me of a mermaid, £5.00 to sell.
Girls Kenzo dress to sell 25p
Lady Hathaway vintage style shirtdress £2.99 I haven't tried this on but I may keep it if it suits me.
A diamante brooch - £2.00 which is definitely a keeper.
A pair of vintage white gloves, I bought these for £1.50. A few weeks ago I went to a 'Rat Pack' party and I ended up buying a really cheap looking pair of white gloves for £6. I had decided that these can stay in my drawer because you never know when you might need a pair!
I saw this and thought it was really cute and that it would look great hanging in my daughter's room. It was £1.25
I thought I did pretty well for one outing.
I also popped into Primark this week to pick up some tights and socks for the kids. Primark are doing 80 denier black tights now which is great. Last year I was wearing two pairs of 40 denier to get the right effect. I also bought this studded bangle which I am loving, it is wooden and cost £2.50. Malene Birger has two on Net-a-porter for £70. Apart from the fact the Malene has the two, can you really tell the difference.
All together, not a bad week. Overall, I thought the shops in Dover were great and definitely worth a visit. I am going to try and take in Folkestone and Canterbury sometime soon. Anyway, have a great Sunday evening, mummy duties call, I am off to iron school uniforms.