Wish, Want, Need: Primark

Is it just me that's not quite ready to give up summer yet? It's been a while since my last visit to Primark and with a trip planned this week I was checking out their new arrivals on the website. Summer seems to be a distant memory for them within all the burgundy, rust and olive green clothes that's filling up their racks. There's some really nice dresses coming in that would be perfect for work but I'm just not ready to think about Autumn. 

For the past year the number of camis that I've got seems to be increasing rapidly. They're so  simple and stylish for throwing on with jeans or a skirt - effortless. Though this cami is slightly more expensive than usual the detail on the sleeves makes it worth every £.

Whether I'm still in Summer mode or not I'm not convinced the weather quite knows
whats going on. We've had a few warms days spoiled by downpours of rain. The only waterproof jacket that I've got is big and cosy (a Superdry Windcheater to be precise) so I've been a bit envious of all my friends with their lightweight parka waterproofs. I'm hoping I can still get my hands on one from Primark at only £9!

I'm looking forward to seeing the latest arrivals in the homeware section. A lot of it is fun and lighthearted - lots of trends at affordable prices. This double duvet cover stood out as being a colour and design that would be a bit more timeless. I think it would look good in a plain white/magnolia room.

After a week in dresses and work clothes I love been comfy at the weekend (which starts at 3.30pm on a Friday). Throwing on pyjama bottoms and a cosy jumper while binge watching Netflix sounds like a good way to unwind and this slogan jumper is perfect.

Primark's workout clothes are always pretty good quality and good prices. I've got a couple of their sports bras and the yoga ones are really comfortable and don't make my boobs look totally non existent. A pink one would go well with the majority of my sports stuff - not that anyone sees it anyway.

I'm not in the least bit interested in the Minion overload that Primark's loving but give me something with an Emoji and I'm sucked in. These slippers are quirky and good fun, I'd have no shame in wearing them around the house. The slipper sock shape is my favourite for keeping my feet cosy.

Are you a Minion, Disney or Emoji buyer?
Have you started on your A/W wardrobe?

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