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. I went through a vintage clutch phase in college and this $2 convertible clutch is one that stuck with me through the years. The thrift store is great for bags and clutches.
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.
I promise I own clothes that aren’t yellow. I just can’t seem to get enough of this color for spring.
When life gives you lemons, you go to the thrift store.
I found this shirt at Goodwill last year for 75 cents after discounts.
As a lifelong thrifter, often times I feel like I’ve seen it all.
I was about five minutes into the first episode of the new season of Girls when I spotted Lena Dunham’s striking yellow leather jacket.
Spring is the ultimate transition season, and spring fashion is no exception. This is the time of year where light jackets and layering should be key players in your wardrobe.
Bubble gum, blush, fuchsia, cotton candy, Barbie, you name it. Any kind of pink, I’ll take it. I especially have a weak spot for pink shoes.
Don’t let the ease of this month’s 12 Months of Thrifting prompt fool you. A simple gray or white tee is an absolute essential item. Think of this piece as a blank canvas.