I’ve been buying cap-sleeve body suits in solid black to layer underneath complicated straps or shirts that show too much of my bra.
I know, I know. I’ve only been a mom for four months. But in this short period of time, I think I’ve truly come to understand the meaning of “mom style.
Before you read this post, head over here to read my thoughts on the problem with thrift stores and the – generally speaking – lack of fashionable options for plus-size women.
As a lifelong thrifter, I use this blog to encourage women of all sizes to shop secondhand.
Looking back at my pregnancy, there were a few things that really helped ease the process. Here are some of the items, clothing, and resources that were lifesavers during my pregnancy.
I rarely talk about men’s thrift style on here so I was excited when WKYC approached me for a last minute and brief interview on finding Lebron James inspired pieces at the thrift store.
It was great to be back on New Day Cleveland to talk about secondhand style. This time I replicated some of my favorite celebrity and runway spring outfits with thrifted finds.
I recently took over the ReStitch.com Instagram page to share how I sales this I Heart Ronson dress 4 ways. This dress was brand new with the $72 retail tags still attached.
The first lemon print piece I thrifted was a top from the Goodwill Lakemore store for 75 cents. I was totally inspired by this print the year after Ann Taylor released a stunning lemon print collection for spring.