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Hi guys! I hope you had an awesome holiday, just like I did. I did a lot of fun things, and I did a lot of shopping! This is part one of my holiday haul. I want to show you everything but unfortunately, most of my clothes are in the washer right now. I'll make a part two post soon!
TIE DYE, TIE DYE, TIE DYE! I've been looking for a tie dye shirt/hoodie/pair of shorts for a really long time now. When I went to Amsterdam with Marlies, I saw this really cool shirt at Zipper. This is a store which sells secondhanded clothing, which they alternate first. A lot of you probably won't like this, but I really do!
This is maybe the cutest vintage piece of clothing I've ever bought. This really sweet lace jacket was only €19, can you believe that? I got this from Marbles Vintage, a store Marlies & I discovered as we were shopping in Amsterdam. You should stop by when ou're in Amsterdam, the girl who works there is also so sweet! It will be really cute with a floral top underneath and some high-waisted shorts.
Oh my god. So much pink and such a strong message, I just had to get this shirt. It's from Primark, we went to the one in Zaandam on the same day we went to Amsterdam. It would be really cute with some black shorts, funky socks and a really nice pair of sunglasses.
This was my cheapest item, but also the one I doubted most about. A lot of "wannabe" hipsters wear these in their hair. I have always really liked something like this, but I didn't want to be associated with the wannabe hipsters. After some thinking, I still decided to get this because: a) It was only 1 euro and b) I think I can style it in my own way.
So, which item is your favourite?