Sunday, 4 September 2011

Supermarket Sweep

Hello dolls, hope you are all having a relaxing Sunday! The weather has been a lot greyer here in the UK today, however this is a fact that please me! I have decided now it's September, summer is officially over. I am not massively sad about this as I love Autumn and Winter, and am looking forward to the cosy nights in, comforting food and of course, Christmas!

Over the past couple of days I have turned my attention to my work wardrobe. A new school year and a new season requires a whole new working wardrobe in my opinion! I quite enjoy shopping for work clothes (although not as much as clothes for my weekend wardrobe), although I refuse to spend a fortune on this type of clothing. I am not sure why, as of course, I spend the majority of time at work. I have always been happy to spend as I see fit on my weekend wardrobe, but never much more than £20 on a dress for work. Luckily for me, the supermarkets now have extremely comprehensive and very good value ranges, so I can pretty much pick up everything I need while completing the weekly shop!

I have recently purchased 3 dresses from Tesco, one full price at £16 and two in the sale at £7 and £8 each. Yesterday my best friend Clare and I went for a browse in Asda Living and both purchased some more dresses for work. This time both full price at £16 and £10 respectively. I tend to gravitate towards dresses for work as I find them easy to just throw on in the morning, with a pair of tights, heels or pumps and a statement necklace or bracelet. On chilly days a cardi or blazer work a treat as well, layered over the top. 

Black ponte formal dress £10 Asda
Mono print dress £16 Asda
F & F jersey wrap dress £16 (mine is a different style, navy blue with a print)
Just a selection of the dresses I have bought, I couldn't get pictures of the other two. Now I have new stationery for work and new clothes, I just need to stock up on tights and buy a new pair of winter heels (M & S most likely, I will only wear leather to work as I am on my feet all day and need to be comfortable!)

Well that's all for today, I am making the most of the last bit of weekend by catching up on some reading in between making my to-do list for the week, and a chilli con carne for dinner! : ) xoxo

10 comments:

  1. love wrap dresses for work! I pair mine with heeled boots so easy! have a great week!

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  2. Love the first dress, a classic black dress ! nice !

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  3. I love the top photo the most. I ordered this dress from Dotty P today for work... it was £10 and a bit of fun I thought! :)

    http://www.dorothyperkins.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?beginIndex=0&viewAllFlag=&catalogId=33053&storeId=12552&productId=2580864&langId=-1&categoryId=&searchTerm=stars&pageSize=20

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  4. Love the first dress!Very classic!

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  5. Wow! great value xoxo
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  6. Ooh, I've never shopped for clothes in supermarkets but loads of my friends do. Might have to check it out, these are nice! x

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  7. Yep, clothes for work are great in Supermarkets, I don't tend to get weekend clothes, although essentials like tights and socks can also be good! xx

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  8. great dresses! I am trying to buy leather footwear instead of cheap rubbish.

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  9. I have a few pairs of cheaper Primark pumps that are OK but I mainly wear them at the weekend and they don't get too much wear. At work though I like to wear leather as I stand up all day and need to be comfy!! I am going to have a look in Marks and Spencer's as they have good work shoes xx

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  10. Wrap dresses are like secret weapons for girls. They give you the right curves in the right places! Great post

    Best, Lindsey
    http://teachchic.blogspot.com

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