This post is sponsored by Primark and Her Campus Media. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make my blog possible! I was invited to Primark x Her Campus Student night where I shopped for my fall essentials.
I had only been to Primark once before, but I’ve followed their brand since high school. I remember watching UK YouTubers like Zoella showing off their massive hauls and wishing this store was in the US. Now that Primark was finally in NYC I took the opportunity to work with them and explore their new store out in Brooklyn for their Student Night.
The night was filled with music, free gift cards, and fun activities. They had cotton candy by Fluff + Fluff, a Photo Booth, and fashion sketches by Chic Sketch. I bought all my fall essentials including another pair of overalls, some basic tops, a new blazer, and some scarves. I came home with two bags filled to the top with new clothes and only spending $120.
I created 3 amazing looks for this post using all Primark clothing unless stated otherwise!
Plaid jackets are all the rage for this season! I own one other, which I featured in a past blog post. This plaid one in particular had a very unique plaid pattern in a color I had not seen before at other stores. When I saw the $29 price tag I had to have it.
I paired it with a mock neck burgundy shirt I found for only $16. I’ve been trying to become a little bit more minimalistic in my clothing and lifestyle, so basic shirts and few statement pieces have become staples in my closet.
This outfit was only about $45 plus leggings and boots I already owned.
This second look might be my all time favorite one because it embodied this fall minimalist look I have been trying to achieve. My favorite color combo is red, white/grey, and black. This sweater was only $16 and matched well with the aesthetic I’m going for.
If I included the price of the leggings and my pop of color boots, which I got elsewhere. This whole outfit would still be under $100.
The last and final look emphasizes my love for overalls for this fall season from my last blog post. These corduroy ones feel and fit the same as my Free People ones for the a quarter of the price at $20. I paired with the same shirt from the first look.
This outfit overall came out to $36.
My whole Primark experience was amazing and I can’t wait to visit the stores again soon.
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