I love bargain hunting in charity shops and my latest haul is so good it’s saved me hundreds and I still look stylish | The Sun

THERE’S a huge misconception that charity shops are filled with dusty clothes and out of style pieces.

But one woman has proved that this is far from the truth, as she showed off her latest charity shop haul that would leave other fashion fans envious. 

Robyn Mia, who is on TikTok as @robynnmia, revealed she’d hit the high street to see if she could bag any bargains.

But even she was shocked at what she brought home in her carrier bag – as she unpacked it for her followers to see.

Robyn said: “I don’t know what was going on in the Southport charity shops today – but this is my best ever haul. 

“This is all from the first shop I went intp, the PDSA in Southport on Lord Street, and I can’t get over it.”

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Robyn then went through the outfits one by one, starting off with a navy blue co-ord set from fashion brand Reformation that she bought for less than a fiver.

As she showed off the stylish two-piece and went off to try it on, Robyn continued: “£4.99 – that would be about £200 in Selfridges.”

The fashion fan then reappeared on camera wearing the ensemble – and gave it a big thumbs up.

She added: “Thank God, it fits. It’s a little bit snug, but it’s fine, we can make it work. 

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“How nice is that? I thought these were polka dots but they’re little hearts. Oh, I love it.”

Robyn then went on to try on the rest of the haul, including a long-sleeved, v-neck red bodysuit that she purchased brand new with tags for just £2.99.

She also bought a white and gold dress that came with a matching sheer overcoat and headband that she said she couldn’t get enough of. 

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Robyn paid £9.99 for the outfit in total, but said she would have paid much more as she was “obsessed” with it, especially for the festive season. 

In total, the three items came to £18, but would have racked up in the hundreds if bought from their original shops.

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