A FASHIONISTA added to her wardrobe essentials with a huge Primark haul – and it didn’t even cost her £100.
Emma O’Donnell, from Glasgow, has managed to create five new outfits with her purchases from the bargain store.
Emma O’Donnell did a huge Primark haulCredit: TikTok @a_mothers_tale
Emma created five outfits for just £80Credit: TikTok @a_mothers_tale
The mum modelled her buys on social mediaCredit: TikTok @a_mothers_tale
Posting her Primark finds on TikTok (@a_mothers_tale), Emma – a social media blogger – said: “Five outfits for £80.”
The savvy mum-of-three, 35, took advantage of the sales to bag a chunky knitted cardigan for just £7.
She also picked up a burnt orange jumper dress, green joggers, cream knitted top, patterned corset and oversized blazer in her bargain haul.
Emma then modelled her purchases in a short clip to show off her new outfits -pairing some of her buys with ultra mini Uggs, jeans and a quilted bag from her wardrobe.
We told earlier how Emma was cruelly trolled online for sharing videos of her breastfeeding her two-year-old son – with people saying she should be locked up and is abusing him.
The mum openly shows her breastfeeding journey with her youngest son Harry, two, but can’t believe the backlash she has recently received.
She said: “It’s funny because the video is talking about weaning and how I’m trying to stop breast feeding, but apparently I should be locked up for doing something so natural and normal.
“It is such a shame because women’s bodies are objectified so much, people have lost touch with what they are really for. We are made to feed and support our babies.
“There is a serious lack of communication, people think they should stop breastfeeding at six months, when in some cultures children are breastfed until they are seven.
“That’s why children have milk teeth. Breast feeding a two and a half year old is not wrong.
“However a lot of the time I get women coming and speaking to me about breastfeeding as they are judged for it and deterred for wanting to carry on breastfeeding.
“My videos give them the courage to know they’re not alone and that’s why I post about it.
“People have lost themselves and what normal is.”