I’m not the type to buy something as soon as I see it. I hem and haw usually for weeks and by the time I finally make a decision to buy the item, it’s sold out. (I’m not indecisive or anything).
I’ve been meaning to blog about DayBreak Lavender Farm for over a year. One of my favorite places to visit in the area, DayBreak is located in Streetsboro and is home of the annual Ohio Lavender Festival.
I recently gave my mom a bag of dresses to hem for me and it wasn’t until I tried them on that I realized they were all the same exact style: long sleeve mini dresses.
The internet is exploding with cliche quotes and sayings that they all begin to blend together, and I usually quickly gloss over them in my social media feeds.
I think it’s obvious by now that I love bright colors, so naturally this 1980s hot pink, oversized, boxy top had to come home with me from the thrift store.
Although I love the way they look with boots and chunky knit sweaters, I wasn’t brave enough to pull out the maxi skirts this past winter. No sir, not in NE Ohio.
I’ve had this silk top for seven years and only wore it twice. I’m not really sure why because it’s so versatile.
I could easily spend hours in the thrift store exploring every corner, so I usually go thrifting alone.
Last summer I found these J.Crew “high heel flare” jeans for $5 and couldn’t believe my luck when they actually fit. They were in such good shape I doubt if anyone actually wore them at all.