Beauty

Forever 21 Haul

Hey guys!

A couple of days ago I was curled up on the sofa doing a bit of online window shopping when I found myself on the Forever 21 website. Forever 21 is not somewhere I have ever shopped before, I briefly walked into their London Store but found it very overwhelming and quickly left again without really browsing, and I have never really given their website the time of day. I think I have always felt “too fat” for Forever 21 but never the less I found myself browsing the sale section, and about an hour later, I had several things in my basket and was ready to check out.

Fast forward a couple more days and my order arrived. I have to admit the shipping was on point and my order arrived a lot faster than I had expected. I quickly rushed upstairs to try everything on

So lets take a look at what I bought

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Dual Strap Cami – Blossom – Size M – £2.40 (RRP £6)
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Dual Strap Cami – Navy – Size M – £2.40 (RRP £6)

First up, these two Dual Strap Cami’s. The first thing I will admit is that I had no idea these were cropped when I ordered them. I’ll be honest, I didn’t read the description which states “slightly cropped”, but the picture it shows is styled in a way that the cami just looks tucked in so it didn’t occur to me that they would be cropped.

I wouldn’t wear these out just as is, I don’t have the confidence for that, but I think these would be perfect for layering under check shirts as I always find that my usual vests are a bit longer than my shirts and then it either looks weird or I have to tuck my vest in which I then find really annoying and uncomfortable. So these could actually turn out to be a very happy accident.

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Cotton Blend V Neck T-Shirt – White – Size M – £3 (RRP £4)

Next up, a simple V neck T-shirt. This is by far one of the sheerest t shirts I have come across, but for the sake of £3 I’m not sending it back. I will get use out of it, even if I have to layer it up, or just wear it around the house. Its super soft so its a shame its so sheer.

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Distressed Denim Jacket – Light Denim – Size M – £15 (RRP £30)

A blue denim jacket has been on my wish list for a while. I have a thick, fur lined black denim jacket that I get so much wear out of, but I wanted a lighter jacket (not fur lined) for the spring / summer that I could layer over dresses or t-shirts for the day time and with this one being 50% off I couldn’t turn it down.

Its slightly cropped, especially in comparison to my black one, but I fits me nicely and is super comfy. The distressed patches give it a more laid back feel which I really like.

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Glitter Tweezer Duo – Peach – £2 

Next up, a tweezer duo. In my mind these are something you can never have too many of. They grow legs and wander off almost as fast as bobby pins! These ones are a cute pale pink with glitter on and at £2 they don’t break the bank. So bonus points from me!

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Eyelash Curler – Black/Silver – £2

Last but not least, Eyelash curlers. I’d have my current ones for ages and they just aren’t as effective any more. These could be a disaster and if they are I will buy a different set but for £2 I figured they were worth trying. Who knows, they could turn out to be amazing.

So that’s everything from my first ever Forever 21 haul. I have to say I am thoroughly impressed with the quality of everything (except maybe the t-shirt, ’cause that is beyond see through) and providing I learn how to read the description I can definitely see myself shopping here again, I may even brave the London Store when I go back in the summer!

Have you shopped at Forever 21? What were your thoughts?

Hope you enjoyed this post.

Talk to you soon!
Byee xxx

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