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Primary Haul January 2017

After watching many Primark hauls on youtube, I decided to take a trip and check it out for myself.  Primark was my favourite shop few years ago. These days I prefer online as it's so much easier, hassle free and you get it delivered to your house. Anyway, the primark I go to in Liverpool is huge with 5 floors. They have a great selection of stuff and you can spend hours in there.
 This top reminds me of something I seen on Missguided and Topshop, however for much less as this only cost me £3! I really wanted a white one however it was totally see-through thats why I picked up this dark grey. It's very comfy, doesn't crease and looks great on.
This cropped hoodie is everywhere right now, I feel like every blogger has it! It's so comfy and soft and the colour is gorgeous. It's only £6, you can't go wrong with that.
I never really wear any colour, my wardrobe contains a lot of black, white, grey and navy. Therefore I decided it's time to bring some colour in. This stripped top is perfect, as I do like my stripes. It looks really nice with high-waisted jeans as well as skirts. 
This jumper was in the sale from £3, I really liked as it has gorgeous shoulder detail, and it will look nice with a high-waisted jeans as it's cropped. Believe or not I don't actually own a black cropped jumper.
I wanted to try Primark jeans for ages now, and when I seen these I couldn't say no, high-waisted black with rips? Perfect. They're very comfortable, the only downside is everything clings to them. I've a grey/white cat and her fur covers them jeans. although for £10 I can't complain.
The last two clothing items are some underwear sets, they have been very popular on Instagram. They don't look like they're from Primark, and look a lot more expensive than £5!

Have you been to Primark recently?
Kamila x

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Around this time of the year it's hard not to buy anything with all the sales going on. I am so pleased with all my buys especially those sale bargains, that I wanted to share with you. All the items will be linked incase you wanna grab a last minute bargain.

1. Asos A-Line Mini Skirt with scallop hem, £14 (link)
I love skirts especially with tights and boots during this time of the year. I needed more nicer 'going out' clothes, and I thought this skirt is perfect. I think it will look nice with a blouse, or a crop top on nights out.

2. Asos Ridley High waist skinny jeans in clean black, £25 (link)
I needed new black jeans, however I am really fussy and only wear high waisted skinny. For years I wore Topshop Joni Jeans but they don't last too long as the colour fades really quickly. My black jeans after few washes were grey. One of my friends told me about Asos jeans, and for £25 I couldn't say no.

3. Missguided faux wool camel biker coat (link)
I been in love with camel coats for years but couldn't find a perfect one. This coat in my opinion looks a lot more expensive than it was. When I told my best friend that it's only from missguided she wouldn't believe me at first. If you thinking of buying this coat I would recommend going size up as it's very fitted, and comes up on the smaller side.

4. Miss Selfridge Velvet sock boots (link)
I really wanted a pair of sock boots to wear with jeans, to make outfits more put together. I tend to wear trainers with anything to be honest. I walked into Miss Selfridge intending to buy a black pair of flat, or very small heeled boots. However I walked out these beauties! I can say they're very comfortable.

5. Adidas Tubular Shadow (link)
I wanted a new pair of trainers as I wear my superstars wayyyyyy to often. I had my eye on Nike Presto in black, but sadly they were sold out in my size. I ended up buying these, I must say they're so light. One of many pairs of shoes that didn't give me a blister when I wore them for the first time.

6. In The Style Over The Knee Heeled Boots (link)
I currently own a black over the knee boots, but been after a lighter pair for a while now. I couldn't decide between a beige or grey, however when I seen these they remind me so much of SW boots that I just had to have them! The best part was they were 50% off!

7. New Look Leather Skirt (link)
I wanted a leather skirt for so long, but never could find the one I liked. It was my best friends 21st birthday not that long ago and I NEEDED something to wear very last-minute as I was in Amsterdam and didn't find anything I liked there, I popped up to New Look to pick something up. This was the last leather skirt in size 6 in store, faith right?

What other posts would you like to see? Let me know by commenting or tweeting me @misskamilaa

Thanks for reading!
Kamila x

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Recently I travelled to Amsterdam with a group of friends for friend's birthday. We went on Thursday afternoon and came back on Monday night. Amsterdam is a very popular place to visit, the city itself is very easygoing. It was very refreshing to see more bikes than cars, they even have a multi storey bike park. We got very lucky with the weather as it was actually colder back home than in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam is very pretty, every picture looks amazing! The Dutch are very friendly, unless you step on the bike lane then run! They will be mad. Every Dutch person we came across spoke fluent English, so it was very easy to communicate.

Things we seen:
1. Dam square
2. 'I Amsterdam' sign by Rijksmuseum
3. River of lights canal cruise
4. Sex museum
5. Red light district
6. Extra cold Ice bar

Places we ate:
1. Toastable (A little cafe that serves toasts, toasties, soups, and a very good coffee. The staff was extremely lovely, and the food was amazing.)
2. O'Reilly's Irish Pub ( Very cosy, A lot of British food on the menu, close to Dam Square, great atmosphere especially if you like football or rugby)
3. Bon Appetit (Small cafe on the main street of Amsterdam, serves amazing full english breakfast, great coffee, affordable price and very friendly staff who speak english)
4. Manneken Pis (Fast food place, portions are huge, very cheap, worth the wait)

We ate at few different places but sadly I can't remember the name of them. The transport in Amsterdam is fairly easy to use, we managed to get the train and then metro from the airport to our hotel. The daily tickets can be used on metro, trams and buses. I believe the 3 day ticket is around 17 euros. You can buy tickets outside the metro station from a machine.

Overall Amsterdam is beautiful but expensive so be ready. The only thing we wanted to do but didn't get the chance was Anne Frank house, the queue was extremely long around 3 hours wait. Next time we will defiantly buy the tickets online to save time queuing up.

Kamila x

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