Hello everyone! I’m Aspen, and it has reached fall in the northern hemisphere.
I’ve been searching for a new coat and pair of jeans, so when Labor Day rolled around, it was the perfect time to pick up some things that I’ve been eyeing for the past couple of weeks. Urban Planet is like a Canadian Forever 21, selling mass amounts of affordable clothing. Since I live in America, I had to pay the heavy toll of $20 to get my package across the border, so here’s to hoping that I like what I’ve gotten!
Without further ado, here are the items that I have recently ordered from Urban Planet!
1. Long Draped Cardigan in black, $16
There seems to always be a need for a big, black cardigan in my life. The thickness of this knit gives the warmth that some of my other sweaters don’t, making it perfect for dry, winter days. If I could change one thing about this cardigan, I would make it a little bit shorter. The hem falls to the tops of my knees when I stand up.
2. Miami Mid-Rise Jegging, $29
I’ve been eyeing the Jamie jeans from Topshop for a while now, but have always been put off by their high price. I know that the knock-offs usually don’t last as long as the originals, but I’m still getting taller and these pants won’t fit me in a year regardless. They go with so many things though so this purchase was justified, at least in my mind.
3. Canvas Backpack in black, $25
I needed a new backpack for this school year, so I had decided to pick this one up! I like the look of the (faux) leather, and the fact that it could easily fit all of my textbooks and such. The simplicity of this design also allows it to effortlessly coordinate with all of my outfits.
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I hope you’ve enjoyed this haul, and let me know what you are excited for in this coming Autumn!
Love you lots xoxo
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