Thursday, 11 May 2017

My Perfect Payday Experience!*

I don't know about you guys, but my absolute favourite thing to do on payday is head into my local city centre for date night with Andy and go on a shopping spree. I have to admit it hasn't happened for quite some time as having a house is a bit of a burden on the budget so whenever I do have some spare cash I head straight into Liverpool ONE

Date nights for us typically consist of a trip to Nando's or Pizza Hut (so adventurous!) a walk down to the Albert Dock, and going to see a film in the Odeon - next on our list of films to go and see is Dunkirk, it looks incredible! As for my shopping trips I tend to go on those with my mum, basically because Andy simply can't handle them (or the fact that I like to pay a visit to pretty much every store at least once). Beauty definitely tends to be my first port of call when it comes to shopping so obviously a trip to Superdrug, Debenhams, Urban Decay and The Body Shop is essential, followed by look around New Look, Miss Selfridge and Topshop for some new additions to my wardrobe. 
Now, I don't know whether you have noticed this if you follow me on social media, but I'm a teeny tiny bit obsessed with homeware, so any sniff of anything homeware related and i'm straight in that store pricing up the goodies; and if you too are a little obsessed then The White Company is an absolute must on your list of places to visit in Liverpool ONE, yes they are a little pricey but their products are insanely beautiful. Go on, treat yourself!

My Top Tips for a Shopping Trip!
Don't go shopping when you're hungry! I find if I'm hungry I can't shop properly because i'm just constantly thinking of how hungry I am. Don't ruin your shopping experience, stay fully fueled as my mum would say.
-  Shop at strange times! I actually despise shopping when there are crowds of people everywhere, so a way to avoid this is by heading into town super early i.e when the shops have literally just opened their doors. Its heaven.
Always try on the clothes! Yeah it can be a bit of a pain trying on clothes, but its so worth it. What if the tops too big, or the trousers don't look right? Why waste bus fare heading back into town to exchange/refund when you can just find out how the clothes look before you buy them!

*In Collaboration with Liverpool ONE

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