Everything I'm wearing is from Primark

#1

fucking joke

#2

tkmaxx x2
tesco x1
asos x1
decathlon x1

#3

Sainsbury’s
Kennedy Space Center
Fat Face
M&S
No idea where my boxers are from

#4

You weren’t asking, I know

#5

C&A hoodie
Matalan tshirt
Next jeans, boxers and socks
Decathlon trainers

Deeply, deeply cool man

#6

TM Lewin
H&M
Thread
Jones the Bootmaker

My socks were a Christmas present.

#7

George x5

#8

primark shirt
beyonce tshirt
h&m trousers
1 primark sock
1 sock i dunno about
if i put some shoes on they’d be doc martens

#9

so weird to think that there’s an entire martin clunes tv show and film been made cause Dr. Martens are shoes and Doctors are a thing and you can put the two together

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#10

Popsy
Bravissimo
M&S
Necklace was a present so no idea

#11

All M&S reliable normcore, with footwear and t-shirt from elsewhere. As per.

#12

Left sock Primark
Right sock George
Jeans Primark
Top Monki
Bra and pants M&S

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#13

Fat Face t-shirt (Blue and white stripes)
Next boxers (green)
Gap trousers (Brown corduroy)
M&S socks (Blue with red stripes)

#14

Sea salt dress
Tights, bra, knickers M&S
Shoes dunno

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#15

I get lots of adverts for popsy now which I’m blaming on you. I want all of their dresses.

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#16

I LOVE Popsy! It’s ridiculous because how hard can it be to make dresses in a flattering shape for short, chubby girls with bellys and big boobs but Popsy is the first shop I’ve found that have consistently made dresses that suit my figure! They were still a bit too long for me but for £5 an item they do alterations so I now order all my dresses with an alteration (82 cm please). Before I found Popsy I pretty much bought like 2 new outfits a year.
And I feel good about patronising the business cos it’s a small independent and the clothes are made in the UK so I know they aren’t being made in sweat shops.
It’s genuinely had a positve impact on my mental health. I can have nice things! And I look cute af :blush:

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#17

On-brand

#18

My brand is pretty narrow

#19

Seasalt is great though, and M&S is solid and reliable

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#20

Bit like me :woman_shrugging:

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