This beautiful blouse was one of the first things I found when I ventured out thrifting after stores reopened.
I think I gasped when I saw the Carolina Herrera dress @mindykaling wore to the Spirit Awards. I ran to shop my own closet to see if I could find a way to #thrifticate her look. This thrifted dress was as close as I could get for #12MonthsofThrifting! My dress is a Loft thrift find from Goodwill.
If Ohio were an outfit: half winter, half summer, with a little peek of sunshine.
“Do you ever feel like you need to tone it down? Have you ever felt out of place because of what you’ve had on?
12 Months of Thrifting Challenge: Embroidery
These retail finds have been in heavy rotation in my wardrobe lately. They are the ultimate essentials! Shop below.
Old Navy Pixie Ankle Pants
I used to wear the Harper cut from Old Navy but the Pixie quickly became my new favorite. If you’re short, I highly recommend the petite length. They hit at just the right spot on my ankle.
Here’s the thing I recently discovered about my style: I don’t know how to “do” casual.
I love my fair share of bold, funky, vintage and trendy pieces, but nothing feels better than knowing I have a trusty uniform to fall back on week after week.
Thanks to a reader suggestion on Instagram, we’re launching a new segment called Thrift it Fix it on Dina’s Days. Often times, bloggers only show the finished look and we rarely give you the behind the scenes process of getting dressed.
I recently compiled a list of 30 closet staples and of course, a moto jacket made the cut. They are extremely versatile, can be dressed up or down and come in handy when I want to add a more masculine element to a very feminine look. Here, I mixed old with new by pairing my green moto jacket with a vintage pant / skirt and my new vintage wicker bag that I got for $2.