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debshops shopping haul 2

Super bad lighting for the haul photo but I am always just so happy when I get packages in the mail that I have to just take a photo of my stuff. I had quite bad lighting that day though because it was so cloudy and rainy. 

Also, I know that I said I wouldn't really shop at debshops but I kinda fell in love with the floral backpack and kimono. Plus, they were having a storewide sale of 40% for Independence Day and shades for $1 each with any purchase, so all of this costed me around $60.
I got a similar kimono from wetseal in black but the one at debshops was cheaper so I got a light pink/nude colour. It is pretty much a piece of chiffon with details on the sleeves and it is quite pretty when worn. 
The crop top is quite basic but the cutouts definitely make it cuter. It is padded to give more shape but the material of the top doesn't feel very good. It feels quite cheap but it is on $5 sale right now so it is time to get one. I have styled it in 3 different ways here so I must say that it is very versatile and cute to wear with pretty much anything! 
The floral backpack is great. I love it. It is huge so I can fit my 15" laptop and that would be terrific for school. It is so cute as well! The material is strong and sturdy so this was well worth my money. I wouldn't really want to get it dirty in school though. I'll see how it goes. 

This bag looks cute for everyday use but I have issues with the material. It's made of the same thin material as the wetseal bags I bought a few months back so I'm not quite sure if the material will hold up against wear and tear and heavy weight. It is quite roomy and spacious though. However, it is way too expensive for the price. 
I found the description for this quite amusing because it actually says 'popcorn texture' and I was wondering how that would feel like. It's actually just a plain textured top that is quite soft. The cutting is cute. I have always like cut in tops that show more shoulders. This top can be dressed up or down or both just like I have done here. 

Debshops seems to have upped their game because their sales are currently quite attractive. I am so tempted to check out my cart right now. I have another debshops haul coming soon so keep a look out!

xoxo

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