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A little charity shop haul!

Hi guys,

So on Wednesday the 30th of June, I popped into a charity shop as I was curious because I’d never shopped there before. I went to one which was about equality for disabled people. In total I spent £12. Today I’m going to show you what I got and how much it cost! So let’s just get into this post.

I got this pink exercise top which is super comfy. It was £2.50 which is an absolute bargain.

I got this belt which is just such a staple item to have and it was £1!
I got this necklace and it was £3!

Last but not least,

Do you like this necklace? I’m not sure how I feel about it. Let me know in the comments section what you think of it. It was £1.50.

I also want to say that the volunteers who worked in there were lovely and it was a very pleasant experience for me.

See you next time,

Ordinary Fab Girl 🤍

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Hi, I’m Ordinary Fab Girl. I love dogs, books, baking, fashion , beauty and blogging. Hope that you like my blog🤍

11 thoughts on “A little charity shop haul!

  1. Great post! Super fun to read, it’s all super cute! I like the last necklace a lot, actually. Howeeever, it’s a picture, it could be quite different in real life… I can’t really tell the sizing! Also, I have to say, I think it’s amazing that you did a charity shop haul! Normal clothing or shopping haul posts aren’t very good for the environment, as they promote things that aren’t so good for our earth. HOWEVER, a charity shop haul is really much better for the earth, since it’s essentially recycling all these products!
    Wow, that was a looong comment hehe. Anyway, it was a great post!

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    1. Yes shopping at charity shops when you can is definitely much better for the environment! Obviously sadly it’s not always possible to shop at charity shops as what they have can often be quite random and might not be in your size!

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