It’s been a very long time since I’ve done a blogger sale so this is a big one. Thanks to lockdown I haven’t had the chance to wear a lot of the clothes that I’ve been sent to shoot over the last year. I always tell brands that if that’s the case, I’ll share my good fortune with than you and raise funds for charity at the same time – this time my donation will go to the food banks via The Trussell Trust. All clothes are only very lightly worn and sometimes brand new (described as BNWT in the caption). The sale is live now and here are the usual bullet points:
Blogger sale – fundraising for The Trussell Trust
- Please remember that even if something is in your basket, it’s still available for other people to buy – it isn’t yours until you have completed checkout. If there’s something you really want it’s worth checking out quickly – any extra postage payments that we receive will go to charity.
- Clothes are clearly marked as either ‘lightly worn’ or ‘brand new with tickets’ (BNWT)
- Clothes are sold as seen, I am not offering returns and have kept the prices low with this in mind.
- Refunds will only be given if a product is found to be damaged or the description was wrong.
- If more than 5 items are ordered, I may contact you to ask for extra postage. This will depend simply on the weight of the items, if they fall within the courier’s weight band, I will not charge extra.
- The sale is open to all overseas readers, please bear in mind that if you order a number of items we may need to contact you to ask for extra postage.
- The shop will close on Friday 9th April or as soon as all products have been sold.
- The donation to food bank charity The Trussell Trust will be made at the end of the sale.
- Products have been listed as accurately as possible – please remember I am a human, not a full scale retailer.
- I will start dispatching everything w/c 6th April – please let me know if you need an item urgently.
I think that’s everything, in the meantime I wish you a wonderful Easter weekend. I’m taking next week off – we’re completing on our apartment on Tuesday so we’ll be spending the week covered in paint and wallpaper paste. That means my next post will be on Friday 16th April when life might be feeling quite different in England.
As always, thank you to everyone who’s kept on reading and keeping me company over lockdown. What a strange time we’ve all been living through but let’s hope that this year is going to see the end of it for all of us at some point. A lot of people I’ve spoken to this week have said that strangely they’re finding this bit harder than ever and I do understand what they mean. I notice that where we live there’s been no big rush to parks and as I walk along the canal, nobody has groups of friends in their gardens.
I wonder if it’s going to take a while for the bruising of lockdown to die down. A few of you have asked when I’ll go back to writing two posts a week and I’m probably going to wait awhile. At the moment every time I publish on here, Instagram or Twitter I know I’ll get some kind of flak, not usually in the comments but directly. Don’t worry, I’m level headed enough to know that it’s not worth worrying about, that it’s just a reflection of the frustration that so many people are feeling at the moment but it’s wearing so I’m ready for a break next week, even if it is only to paint walls in anticipation of good times to come.
And come they will my friends so enjoy the first of our Spring Bank Holidays with the lighter evenings and the signs of spring all around us. I’ll finish by saying one last thank you in anticipation of your help in supporting the Trussell Trust and the work they do to support people who truly are struggling right now. See you in two weeks.
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