Primark Haul | Pyjamas, Autumn Knitwear & Disney

I did a deal with my husband the other day, we'd go to Five Guys for lunch if he gave me an hour to wander around Primark. Obviously he agreed and lets face it I was the overall winner as I got both. I wanted to go in to Primark to stock up on some cosy clothes, have a little peek at the Christmas stuff and see what was in the homeware section. I had my Wishlist in the back of my mind and an hour to pick up all my Autumn/Winter warmers... 
The first place I actually went was to the pyjamas. By the time I'm getting ready for bed, or more like changing into my pyjamas to chill out on the sofa and watch TV, my bump is at its biggest. I wanted to get some more pyjamas in bigger, more comfortable sizes. I love the silky pyjamas from Primark, they give me Victoria's Secret vibes without the massive price tags. These girly floral print pyjamas with full length trousers and button down shirt were £10 each so obviously a bit more expensive than the usual set from Primark but so worth it. There's also a high chance this set will make their way into my hospital bag as they're lightweight and a good option for after baby arrives. 

I also bought a new pair of slippers, which I feel like I do most years. These grey fluffy ones were £4 and much more sophisticated than my usual Disney character or slipper sock styles that I tend to pick up. These slippers have memory foam which makes them super comfortable but they're also machine washable so there's no worries about them getting scruffy looking. I went for grey rather than cream or beige so that they'll go with my dressing gown and the majority of my PJs. 

I've got a lot of checked pyjamas already but there's just something Wintery and Christmassy about the tartan print and more specifically the colours of this set. These sets make quite a good gift as they're only £8 for the trousers and top and they're a really soft material. Again with this being a button front shirt they're maternity appropriate.

The second pair of checked pyjama bottoms were £6. They're a soft flannel material and more of a tapered leg rather than the usual loose fit. I'm loving the purple, grey and navy colours. I wouldn't usually have bothered finding a top to match but this navy vest was hanging up really close by and had a little red reduced sticker on it. It was £3 and because I couldn't find a navy T-Shirt in the clothing section I bought them as a 'set'.
Primark are killing it with some of their knitwear. I could have bought a new jumper for every day of the week but I stopped myself because I'm well aware that I don't have enough space in my wardrobe and it's really not a sensible way to spend my money. Instead I chose my absolute favourite one - a colour block jumper with slightly high neck. I'm loving the two shades on this extra soft and snuggly jumper. It was only £13 but feels so much more expensive.

I also bought a knitted cardigan which I thought would be quite practical for throwing on with maternity dresses at work as the temperatures drop over the next few months. This cardigan was £10 and a good layering piece. You can't really go wrong with a black cardigan, can you?

I'm loving wearing dresses right now, they are one of the most comfortable options and what's better in the Winter than a jumper dress? Roll neck, cable knit design, super cosy, perfect shade of grey. It's little wonder I was stuffing this £15 dress into my basket. A little word of warning though, these definitely come up big. Obviously I was thinking I'd need to size up to accommodate my bump but actually I went for my regular size and have plenty of room. I would have had to size down once or even twice depending on how fitted I wanted it if I wasn't pregnant.
I can't seem to go in to Primark, or many shops these days, without having a little look at the baby section. Primark has been good for getting a few basics like scratch mitts, muslin cloths and baby grows but this time I didn't buy anything like that. Just one item. A Buzz Lightyear hoody. I couldn't resist how adorable this little Toy Story jumper was. I've mentioned a few times before how much we both love Toy Story and I've already had my eye on similar Disney themed clothes and accessories so I spent the £9 for our baby boy to start as a Toy Story fan young.
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