How many of you use discount codes when shopping? Vouchercodes has great online codes for stores like ASOS, MyWardrobe, and Liberty, as well as printable vouchers for restaurants like Pizza Express, so you can afford to shop and eat out! At the moment they are offering an amazing 30% off at Gap, as well as other discounts at All Saints and Oasis.The best thing is that the site is completely free and really easy to use - what could be simpler?
I've got a lot of things to look forward to this year (like Thailand and America!) but that also means I'll be needing to save lots of money when updating my wardrobe. Here are my top five picks for 2010, all under £40.
1. LACE DRESS, £38, TOPSHOP.
Lace has already proven to be big this winter, and I predict the trend will continue this spring, in lighter, softer shades of pink and cream. I love this dress so much, it's perfectly girly and looks just like Alexa's!
2. FLORAL SKATER DRESS, £25, NEW LOOK
Skater dresses + florals = that's going to be a winner right? I saw someone wearing this dress on lookbook, then looked it up to find it was only £25, so I think it's my favourite I've seen yet!
3. FLORAL LEGGINGS, £20, TOPSHOP
I've always been a fan of florals and I think these leggings would look great with everything, from bright t-shirts and blazers to simple black bodycon, so I think they're pretty good for £20! Only problem is which colour to choose?
4. BRETON TOP, £18, ASOS
Breton tops are a great basic to have in your wardrobe and are always chic, if you haven't got one already I suggest you move this to top of your list!
5. ALPHABET TIGHTS, £10, HOUSE OF HOLLAND AT URBAN OUTFITTERS
Tights are probably the easiest way to update your look and these are available in loads of crazy cool designs elsewhere on the internet as well, all at a bargain price. Plus THEY'RE BY HENRY HOLLAND!
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