Primark Wishlist

We've got a trip to Edinburgh planned for the end of February and there's no denying Edinburgh has one of the best Primark stores out there. In the middle of Princes Street, with two floors dedicated to women's clothing, a floor of pyjamas and accessories as well as a 'half floor' of homeware and a huge section of footwear on the basement level it's little wonder I'll be spending a chunk of my time there. I don't have a Primark nearby so I like to have a look on their website, Youtube and Instagram before I go just to make a mental note of the things that I might fancy searching for. In theory it stops me having too many impulse buys but I'm 100% sure it works. None the less I've made myself a little Wishlist...





I used to buy handbags from Primark quite regularly back in my uni days; they're an affordable option but still quite good quality. I don't need a new day-to-day handbag as my trusty Michael Kors Gold Bag serves me well but I'm keen to buy a handbag that will double up as a potential beach/pool bag. The black tote bag is simple, stylish and would fit the bill well and only costs £8.

The 'Happy' jumper is actually a pyjama jumper, and also costs £8. The thing about Primark's pyjama jumpers is they're even more soft and cosy than a regular sweater. This means I can wear pyjamas about the house after work and at the weekend without feeling like I'm in my full on pyjamas and being judged by the postman!

How cute is that Forever and Ever Print? I'm not sure where I'd actually put it in the house but for £6 I'm so tempted to buy it. It might go in the hallway, the bedroom or even be a good print to add to our spare room. Simple and affordable.


I love Primark jeans. The high waist, super skinny jeans appear in every Primark haul I do. I live in their black jeans; they're perfect for work but now I'm keen to get something a little different for out of work. I'm intrigued by their Bodyshaper Jeans. They're £13 and I quite like the colour of the denim. I wonder if the Bodyshaper style will be as comfortable.

How gorgeous are those Nude Stiletto Heels? They're only £10! I normally wear chunky heels with a platform so these are completely out of my comfort zone. In fact I might not be able to walk in them at all, so I'm keen to try them out in the shop first.  

Primark are killing it with their fragrances. I've put the PS Love perfume to the test and wear the Cosmic Moonstone nearly every day. The £8 Pomegranate and Black Tea Eau De Parfum looks to be a dupe for Jo Malone and is a bit pricier than the usual Primark offerings but it's a 100ml bottle of Parfum. 

Well I'm sure we can all guess who Primark were inspired by when they brought out their new eyeshadow palettes! There's three to choose from - Berry, Amber and Urban and they cost £4 each. I love the rich, berry colours in the Berry Eyeshadow Palette and I can't quite believe you can get 10 shades so similar to high-end brands for the price of a meal deal!


I'm so glad Primark have brought out their holiday stuff already. With my hen weekend kicking off at the end of March I want to be able to buy a few new things before hand and Primark always have my favourite sandals. These Nude Studded Sandals are £6 and are a good mix of dressed up but casual. It's the sort of pair I'd wear at night abroad when heels are just not in the equation. 
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