1 x pink tshirt - £5 from Tesco (bought when I was doing some bread and milk shopping so it doesn't REALLY count)
1 x green top - £15
1 x white jumper - £16
1 x grey shorts - £10
1 x blue shorts - £10
The last 4 items also had £10 off the final bill and I bought with some cash my good old Dad shoved in my hand (this is not my money I spent, therefore the ban wasn't really broken)
This month I have bought (well I say *I*, Avenue 57 business account bought because I'll use them for future blog and styling post - I am laughing at what a genius I am):
1 x Stan Smith Originals (yet to arrive)
But today, this morning, I spent my own real money on some New Balance trainers. I am blaming Joanna from Poppy's Style for the break as she showed off her new purchase and I NEEDED them. The desire to have them was too strong. I bought from J Crew. But ... I ordered from the US site and have had them delivered to my sister in the US because they worked out to be £38 if I did it that way vs £85 if I ordered via the J Crew UK site.
I'm not going to go back to spending money on clothes at the rate I used to because next year I have 2 lots of friends who are celebrating their 40th birthdays abroad and so I need some funds for those mini breaks plus we'll do a family holiday and I am HOPING to get out to California to see my sister in October.
How is everyone else doing with their spending bans? I've seen a few bloggers try (and fail).