My thriftication outfits are usually very intentional. I’ll google or search for a specific item on Pinterest (ex. orange coat), and then try to make the look my own.
Assigning a cashmere sweater as the first prompt for the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge seems a little intimidating at first, but trust me on this one, cashmere is probably one of the easiest items to thrift on
Between watching reruns of Sex and the City and new episodes of Divorce on HBO, my early 2000s style crush on Sarah Jessica Parker has been renewed.
We’re wrapping up the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge so that means it’s time to hunt for an essential tote bag. I’m always carrying something, somewhere.
No section of the thrift store is off limits for me. Well, okay the underwear section is off limits for me. One of the most common thrift tips I share at my workshops is to check all sections.
I love seeking everyday, wearable outfits inspired by my favorite celebrity style crushes. It’s fun to challenge myself to find the pieces at the thrift store and mix them with pieces I already own.
You can count men for anything that falls into under both fashionable and practical. That’s why a thrifting a scarf is November’s #12MonthsofThrifting prompt.
I can’t believe it’s already October?! This month’s prompt is one of my favorites: fall florals. Fall florals are more subtle than spring and summer floral prints.
When I saw that flares were making a comeback, I hesitated for a bit because the last thing I wanted to do was channel Dina circa 2001.