TBH, I was completely over summer fashion by say, July. Maybe it’s because I was still adjusting to postpartum life, hormones got me feeling hot all the time, or just the lack of creativity I was feeling.
I’ve been in a style rut. Which explains why you haven’t seen as many style posts on the blog lately. I’m usually ready for a change of pace towards the end of summer and this year was no exception.
I took my Real Simple magazine to the thrift store to see if I can replicate some of the featured trends.
No shame in my phone-shaped purse game! I keep these kitsch-type purchases to a minimum, knowing I can only wear a bubble gum pink purse so many times. But I do love collecting a few that make me smile.
A black moto jacket is a staple in my wardrobe but I can’t resist a colorful one! I love to browse secondhand stores for jackets that are already broken in but there are so many affordable ones online too.
I spent the better part of a Saturday afternoon shopping and chatting with the team at Allie M Designs Boutique in Akron.
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.