Living in NE Ohio, where we can sometimes experience four seasons in one week, I’ve always been big on buying pieces things that can easily be transitioned from one season to the next.
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’ve always been hesitant to try the 10×10 challenge because I wasn’t sure how it would work for office wear. The challenge hosted by a Caroline calls for 10 pieces that you mix and match for 10 days.
If you want to experience the ultimate thrill of thrifting, go on a sale day. Better yet, go on Dollar Day if your area offers it.
Here’s the thing: I rarely thrift shop without a discount or coupon.
The only thing better than a $20 dress is a $20 dress with pockets. This color block dress has been on repeat all summer.
Before we get into this month’s 12 Months of Thrifting prompt, I have a thrift confession (thriftession?) to share: shoes are some of my favorite things to thrift.
I must admit, summer fashion got really old really fast for me this year. The one style I’ll always embrace all year round, however, is embroidery.
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.
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.