This haul from Abercrombie & Fitch might be my biggest blog post haul normally I do fairly small hauls, that consist of an average of three things, like my Marshals Hauls, or the TJ Maxx Hauls I do. This Abercrombie haul has ten items though, and I’m not talking about little accessories like bracelets and belts but actual clothes. There was a sale, and free shipping if you spend over $150 so I couldn’t help but make a big purchase. Not to mention I really did need some new clothes.
When I saw this box sitting on my porch I really didn’t know what it was. I’m so used to having boxes shouting at me where they’re from that a plain brown box left me a little clueless. I think its better this way though, have you seen Abercrombie’s bags? I can only image the looks I’d get from my neighbors if they saw a box with a half naked man on my front porch. That wasn’t the only reason I was surprised though, one the order receipt it said I would receive it a week from now at the latest, and the box was so much smaller than I expected. I mean, they really packed in the clothes.
Although I mentioned before in my middle school outfit guide that I don’t really “get” the whole low rise jeans, I ended up getting three pairs of low rise pants. But their Abercrombie, who makes some of the best jeans, I have jeans that cost over $200 that aren’t as nice as these, and that reminds me… All of this was on a super sale. The corduroy red jeans, and the pink denim jeans were only $20 each, and you really can’t do any better than that. The blue jeans were $40 which is still half off, and I have been needing some new jeans.
Then there are the shirts. Two are actually supposed to be tank top but really, only the blue is. The others are more of just sleeveless shirts. At first I was a little concerned because even though they say extra small, they’re very loose but when I tried them on, they both looked very cute.
The green sweatshirt was also priced well, I can’t remember really, and just like the jeans it is well worth even the retail price. A&F sweatshirts are so nice, soft and light weight but still very warm. The bathing suit I’m getting used to, I love the eyelet design but the top is this kind of trendy retro thing that I’ve never had before. Still it looks very cute on. The only thing I don’t like is the yoga pants. I’ve never tried out Abercrombie & Fitch Yoga pants before, but I can say I don’t like these, they aren’t stretchy at all.