That was until I walked into TK Maxx on a whim.
TK Maxx has always been one of them shops that I bypass. My mum absolutely loves it in there and always comes home with bargains she's snapped up.
It's basically a giant store full of brand and designer names that are discounted up to 60% off the RRP price. A lot of old season things from brands end up in there but you can also find the odd on trend bargain too. They have everything from both men's, women's and kid's clothes to homeware to beauty and kid's toys and books.
I scoured through every single clothes rail in T K Maxx (not even exaggerating in the slightest... no really, I'm not!) and found this little gem hanging loosely on a hanger. I was a little like hmmmm because I have a large chest and this playsuit has a wrap over detail across the chest. However, I couldn't bare to let it go and put it back so I decided to keep it in the 'to try on' pile.
It's a size small which I didn't even realise until I was in the changing rooms feeling a little flustered to say the least. However, I managed to wriggle into it and it ended up coming home with me. It's one of the comfiest things I've been wearing recently and was superb for my recent holiday to Lanzarote.
The elephant and paisley mixed print is right up my street; alongside the ever so slight bell sleeves. It really is a gorgeous piece that I am so happy to have in my wardrobe!
I also wore my gorgeous and MEGA comfortable sandals* from Firetrap at M and M direct. I took a few pairs of sandals away with me but I ended up wearing these ones the most because they are real leather so are really soft and great for walking about in. They are also currently in the sale so be quick!
I'm in love with this outfit and can't wait to wear it again. Is that sad? Infact... I am off to Zante tonight so I might even wear it for dinner tomorrow night. Well... I did say it was the playsuit of dreams!
Catch you all soon! I have another plane to catch! x
Disclaimer: This post is in collaboration with TK Maxx and The Brewery shopping centre, Romford, who provided me with a gift card. The sandals were also sent to me for feature on my blog. All words, opinions and photographs are my own.