Hello lovelies, today I’m going to be doing a haul! It’s been a while since I’ve done one and it’s also a collective haul since I got these clothes over the last few months, so if you want to see what I got, then just keep on reading!



So I purchased some of these items when it was colder, which is why they look very comfy and warm, haha. I thrifted this sweater and I instantly fell in love with it because of my obsession with fluffy things, as seen here when I did a Wishlist Wednesday post on teddy coats.

It also came in a bright blue-green color, but I wanted something more subtle, so I chose this light blush shade, which is coincidentally a trending color at the moment.


This sweater is from Old Navy. I also have it in a beige shade and I loved it so I had to pick it up in another color. This is brighter than I expected, but it’s still a good purchase because it’ll force me to wear a bit more color. It’s a classic style, so I’m sure this will last me for the next few years during the fall and winter seasons.


This is Cotton On cardigan is a great basic piece to have. I purchased it because I had another black cardigan that I wore all the time for the last few years and it’s pretty worn out so I thought I would finally replace it.


Okay last warm outerwear piece, but I probably won’t stop wearing this one anytime soon because of how much I love it! I got this burgundy velvet bomber jacket from Young and Reckless because I wanted to finally invest in the bomber jacket trend and this was on sale.

I sized up to a medium for an oversized look, but it still fits normally on me. The sleeves are a bit long, but it’s not too noticeable.

It’s not the warmest jacket out there, but there’s room for layering and I really like how it looks. Plus, you’ll be seeing this on me in the near future for an OOTD post!


On to more spring/summer clothes! I thrifted this shirt and the pocket area details trend seems to still be popular right now.

I love striped tees and the small graphic was a really nice touch. Basically, it’s a personified heart decorated to look like a man with a top hat, mustache, and a monocle. I thought this was quite quirky so I had to get it.


Next up, you probably can’t tell but this is a velvet top. As you may have noticed, I’ve also been loving velvet. This top is from Old Navy and it’s a bit more low-cut than I expected it to be, but it’s still wearable.

Since it’s a bit low-cut, it does tend to shift a lot, so it’s better worn on its own instead of under outerwear pieces.  Because of this, I’ll probably save this for warmer weather.


Lastly, this ruffled crop top is from Young and Reckless. I was very hesitant to try the off-the shoulder trend because I don’t like my shoulders, but I couldn’t resist this top. I originally planned to wear this on the shoulders, but it looks just as good off as well.

It’s very forgiving (as long as my hair covers my broad shoulders, haha) because the single ruffle adds volume, which is flattering for smaller chests. Also, the rest of the top is loose, which means that even though it’s a crop top, you could totally eat in this without worrying about a food baby!

So that’s my collective clothing haul! I know that some of these items are more suited to cooler weather, but like I mentioned earlier, some of these clothes were purchased a few months ago!

With that said, I do plan on doing some spring/summer shopping to spruce up my wardrobe, so you might see another haul in the near future! I hope you all enjoyed this post though and I’ll see you lovelies tomorrow!


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