Wednesday Wants: A £40,000 Budget?!8.12.10
Got a bit of a spin on the standard Wednesday Wants post this week! For the everyday, shopaholic fashion and style blogger like myself, I am sure that 90% of my readers have PayPal accounts. If you hadn't already seen/heard, PayPal are currently running a weekly prize draw to win £40,000, which is amazing opportunity. Think of all the things you could do with that... take me on holiday with you to New York, buy a lifetimes supply of Percy Pigs, splurge as much as you wish on the things on your wishlists... To be in with a chance of winning £40,000, all you have to do is buy something using PayPal as your payment method. You can read here for more details.
Now I don't know about you, but my PayPal account has suffered some serious spending usage recently: online shopping has totally been my go-to for Christmas shopping, because 1) it's far too cold outside and 2) my Uni workload meant I felt too guilty to venture outside to shop! Surely my chances of winning this elusive £40,000 have increased by at least 10x?! So, without further ado, this is what I'd spend my £40,000 on! (I wish!)
Ever since the Zara store opened online, I have found myself constantly browsing the store too. I was actually under the impression that Zara's clothes were aimed more at an older age range than myself, but have been pleasantly surprised, not only are their pieces lovely and classic, but some of their prices are surprisingly affordable too! This dress from the TRF range ('youth' range I believe!) is pretty much just what I'd love in my wardrobe right now, only I've been sticking to some of the £4 variety! Although I'm not a huge trouser/jeans fan, Zara (and Miss Selfridge) are the only brands that have almost tempted me to purchase. If I won that £40,000, I'd totally buy this pair of peg legs!
ASOS is another brand that I'm typically reluctant to part with my money for. I constantly hear 'horror stories' from other bloggers about ASOS' dodgy customer care and delivery, but have personally had okay experiences with. I usually order when they have free P+P offers on, but again, if money were no object, the first item on my hitlist would just have to be an aran knit cardigan! C'mon, you'd do the same! I'm such a cardigan lover, and this would make a lovely seasonally transitional piece! And of course, a Daisybutter Wednesday Wants wouldn't be complete without a lust for new tights! I totally wish I could justify spending £12 on a pair of tights!
Terms and Conditions of the PayPal competition here.
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