May 25, 2018 Haul #5 + Review

It's been a while since I've done this online clothing store hauls. I've stopped for a while altogether, for one, I already have so many clothes, some I even haven't worn yet. A few weeks back, Gamiss contacted me and offered me some gift cards for writing reviews of the items I bought in the past on their website. They clearly value the reviews may it be good or bad as long as it's honest. 

So I decided to get me a couple of stuff using that gift card and add a few of my own money to get all the things that I wanted at the moment. I bought a total of 7 items but I received the packages on different days thus I decided to split them into two posts. 

For this post, I'll be featuring the clothes for this post and the other items on the next post. I just picked random stuff from the site was really not looking for anything particular or going for a theme or need like I did in my past hauls. So here they are: 

V-Neck Pullover Tunic Sweater
Color: Dark Khaki / Type: Pullovers / Material: Polyester / Sleeve Length: Full / Collar: V-Neck / Style: Vintage

I don't have that many sweaters, I have a number of sweaters that I can count with one hand only so I'm starting to stock up on them. I usually get the ones that are not that thick and is appropriate for the humid weather we have back here in my country. If I get those thick ones I won't be able to wear them at all as they will be very uncomfortable. This is why I got this pullover because it has the right thickness to it. I also like its neutral color. The photos above show that it looks like grey but tit is more on the brown side. I also like the V-neck collar as this elongates one's neck. The ribbed details on the collar, end of the sleeves and the hem are also nice subtle qualities to this sweater. It also fits well and the fabric is also soft. By the way, this is on clearance now for only $1.99 so if like it too go and get it now before it goes back to its original price or before it runs out of stock. 

Crochet Panel Halter One Piece Swimwear 
Color: Claret / Swimwear Type: One Piece / Material: Polyester, Spandex / Bra Style: Padded / Support Type: Wire Free / Neckline: Halter / Elasticity: Elastic

I love this style and color so even if I'm not going to be on a beach trip anytime soon I decided to buy this one piece swimsuit. I already have almost the same swimsuit that I also got from Gamiss but that one is a two piece swimsuit which I wore last year on a beach trip with a friend, you can see that swimsuit top below after the photos of this burgundy swimsuit or you can check this link: Haul #2 + Review. I just love this burgundy color as I find it greatly complements my skin color. I love the vintage feel of this swimsuit because of the crochet details. The halter style is also nice because it isn’t revealing as it ties high around the neck. The material is made of good and thick spandex material. 

Openwork Pullover High Low Hem Sweater
Color: Light Blue / Type: Pullovers / Material: Polyester / Sleeve Length: Full / Collar: Round Neck 

Here's another sweater that I got for this haul. The thickness of the fabric is also of the right thickness. When I took it out of its plastic package I noticed that the fabric is quite stiff, I'll have to wash it first to see if it will soften. But I really like its baby blue color and the ribbed raglan design of the upper part of the sweater. This will surely be one of my favorites and would be very perfect on the upcoming rainy and cold weather in June. 

What do you think of this haul? If you find any of this that you fancy, you can check them out for more details by clicking the links after the photos below. 

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1 comment:

  1. Hello Jen
    I love the selection.
    Even for me who lives in Tunisia it is not always easy to put clothes appropriate to the climate this spring we had a lot of freshness and humidity unlike previous years.
    I had to opt for light sweaters like those of the selection while waiting for more heat


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