Having spent most of March restricting the cash flow coming out of my purse, I've spent a larger amount of time browsing, admiring and goggling over clothing from a safe distance instead (and doing some hardcore revision as well...don't panic Mum). Whilst doing so, I rekindled my love for ZARA. Dangerous? Probably.
At first glance, I'd always thought ZARA was a little out of my price range. That was until I found TRAFALUC (or TRF for short).
TRF is a range in ZARA marketed towards younger women and offers slightly less expensive prices (especially for those of us on school/uni budgets) than the rest of its collection. Admittedly TRF doesn't have a huge selection of clothing in comparison to the likes of Topshop, Urban Outfitters etc. However, if you're looking for unique, quirky pieces that won't break the bank, I'd highly recommend you check it out.
So, in an attempt to continue No-Money March ('no-money' meaning don't spend unless in life or death situation...or hungry), I decided to start a TRF wishlist with a few pieces that caught my eye.
|All photos in post: zara.com/uk/|
I think its fair to say that I'm a little (a lot) obsessed with collars...so naturally I'm feeling compelled to purchase. Not only does this shirt have a scalloped collar and a quirky second layer, it fits nicely with the Spring Pastels trend too.
2) LOOSE PRINTED TROUSERS in Ecru.
I've been searching for print trousers for quite some time now. Whilst this example may be a little too adventurous for me, I love the patterns and colour scheming so much that I had to share them with you.
After withstanding masses of folders, files and notes, my current school bag is slowly coming to the end of its short-lived life. At £29.99, this bag would be perfect for school (and my budget).
4)SHORT SLEEVE DRESS in Lime Green. Despite looking more neon yellow to me, I simply love the colour of this dress. Having never ventured out in neon before and with a wardrobe mainly consisting of blue, white and black at the moment, I think it's time to jump on the bandwagon and try some different colours.
I hope you enjoyed this post and I'd love to hear what catches your eye in TRF, ZARA.
Thanks for reading!