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One of the things I was dying to do after I got home from Europe was to go on a shopping spree. Nothing beats being able to buy as much clothing as you want and not having to worry about fitting it all in your suitcases home.
I was the most excited about hitting up Old Navy and Forever 21. But I also went to Target, a local consignment shop, and some random shoe store in the mall. If you follow me on Instagram then you actually help me pick out which shoes I bought there!
I’ve actually never done a blog haul before (unless you count my What I Got for Christmas post) so I’m very interested to see how this goes. YouTube hauls are usually more my thing, but I don’t think I’ll be filming anything until I get moved into my apartment in August. But still let me know if you’d rather have blog or YouTube hauls for future reference!
I only got one piece of clothing at Target: a green medium support sports bra.
I saw it a couple weeks ago but passed it up because it was $19.99. Twenty bucks for a sports bra? Nah, this girl needs a bargain. But then last weekend I was at Target again and just couldn’t bring myself to pass it up after thinking about it on and off for two weeks.
That’s actually a good rule on how to save money. Don’t impulse buy anything, especially full price items. Instead, wait a couple days and if you’re still thinking about it then go out and get it. That little trick has probably saved my bank account hundreds of dollars.
Anyway, this sports bra has removable pads, and extra support straps in the back, which is lovely because then I can run without my boobs hurting. I would definitely say $20 for a good running sports bra isn’t bad.
I actually didn’t try this on before I left the store, but lucky for me it fits perfectly! For reference, I got a size medium and I’m a 34C.
There’s this amazing consignment shop in Northern Kentucky that my grandma showed me years ago and every time I visit her I always have to run over there to search through the racks. It’s called Classy and Sassy(which ME) and usually gets donations from more so older women with nice budgets, making the clothing pieces really nice quality stuff.