My mum rang me on the way home from a charity shop, explaining that they were selling a pair of Jeffrey Campbells and she picked me up a pair. She wasn’t even sure if they were my size (they were in American sizes so confused her!) and if I’d even like them. She broguth home the Jeffrey Campbell Big Foxys. They are so beautiful, fit perfectly and are now happily sat in my ever growing collection of killer heels. Oh and they were £29.99. Yeah
There were quite a few pairs of Jeffrey Campbells all brand new in box at this charity shop. We did ask just how this was even possible, and I think what we gathered was that they were donated by a company of somesort (we think MAYBE parcelforce, either lost shoes or ones that got damaged in transit) they have a few slight marks on, so the kind you would find at outlets for cheaper prices. But very slight damages and marks – hardly noticeable!
I came back with my mum the very next day and we picked up the Jeffrey Campbell Damsels for £59.99. They are much pricier, but for RRP £130 on the nastygal site I was pretty happy and they are gorgeous! We also got these pink Litas as a present for someone – again these were only £40 and are the same RRP for £130. I think all of these we picked were exclusive to nastygal in general! What an absolute steal!
They have all gone now, but they did have a pair of the cross pin boots, spike trainers and perspex litas. They were bought up by the next day (no surprise!)
Moral of the story is?
Always let your family know about the brands you bang on about and one day, your thrifty mum might come home with a pair of brand new jeffrey campbells for you. And all because at the end of the day, she actually listens to me and my crazy ramblings! Who would have though?
Total cost – £130 🙂