So today I was at a work meeting in Tipperary and I had a pit stop on the way home to the Cath Kidston store in the Kildare village outlets.
This is the cutest shopping village and very shabby chic.
All the shops look like little cottages.
I managed to pick up loads for 50euro and got lots of bargains.
I have lots of pics below and prices.
As I was in the outlet store some of the prices and items I got might not be in the normal stores like the one on Grafton st in Dublin.
These cups were in a set and they were 8 euro for two. I bought two sets and they came in the most adorable little boxes. I am going to keep the boxes and use them to store thread and bits for sewing.
I got this mini soap set to display in the bathroom. I had seen someone on Instagram displaying the little bottles on a bathroom shelf and loved it so i picked up this set for 8.50 euro.
This ticket holder I actually got for himself.
He was using an old oyster card holder from the tube in London to hold his cards as he hates bulky wallets.
It broke on him a few weeks ago and has been looking for something to hold his cards since so when I seen this for 4 euro I had to get it for him.
He was very pleased and the ditsy floral doesn’t bother him at all.
He thinks its quite fabulous actually.
Next is my fave!
This apron was 12euro! I made an apron in sewing class last year and you wouldn’t make one for this price in this gorgeous fabric!.
Apologies for the bad selfie.
I was delighted to see that they had loads of fabric and couldn’t believe the prices.
I got this meter of fabric below for 12 euro and its heavy curtain fabric.
I could of bought more but couldn’t make up my mind on prints.
I am back in sewing class next week and want to use the fabric below for cushions for my kitchen chairs.
Thanks for reading.
Let me know if you have any of the cute items above and share your shabby bargains with me.
As always don’t forget to leave the link to your blog in the comments and tag me over on Instagram.
I love Cath Kidston, I really want to pick up one of their bags! Great post x :)http://thriftyvintagefashion.blogspot.co.uk/
Hi Nicole! Thanks so much for reading. I will stop by your blog now x I love the bags! I learned how to see a tote bag in sewing class so I might use some cath fabric to see one x
AhCatherine no one does print likeCK! The apron is so so cute xx
I follow you in instagram and I like your shabbychic style. Cath kidston is my favorite designer too. Greetings from Spain
Hiya Yasmin thanks so much for reading and following xxx