When I wear an outfit that’s not thrifted, I have to add a dash of thrift to balance things out! It could be a bag, necklace, or accessory.
We’re half way through the 12 Months of Thrifting Challenge! How’s it going for you? Are you getting the most of out your purchases? If I had to narrow it down to the top 3 items on this list, a black pencil
Who said you can’t be glamorous with $20? I ran into Burlington for a pair of house slippers and this skirt literally stopped me in my tracks.
When it comes to summer clothing, I’m always on the lookout for simple, breezy tops that I can wear at least three different ways.
If the thrift store is known for anything, it’s known for graphic tees. Wearing a shirt with an interesting image or your favorite phrase is a great way to express yourself.
Two things that always stop in my tracks when I’m thrifting: sequin dresses and embroidery. I think my obsession with embroidery stems from my Arab roots and our traditional handmade dresses.
I promise I own clothes that aren’t yellow. I just can’t seem to get enough of this color for spring.
When life gives you lemons, you go to the thrift store.
I found this shirt at Goodwill last year for 75 cents after discounts.
Guys, I need a life lesson on applying my “I won’t stop until I find it at the thrift store” type of persistence to other important aspects of my life.