Time for a secondhand story called How to Trick the Thrift Gods.
I’ve had this image of Sarah Jessica Parker pinned on a thriftspiration Pinterest board for years and I finally had a chance to replicate it when I found this fuchsia sweater at Goodwill in Strongsville.
The thing about thrifting is that you consonantly need to seek inspiration.
Here’s what I wore to work.
Welcome to the 12 Months of Thrifting Challenge! The goal of the challenge is to help you add a “dash of thrift” to your outfits using 12 themes that you can easily find at secondhand stores.
12 Months of Thrifting Challenge: Embroidery
Whether you’re reselling online or shopping for yourself, knowing how to describe an item in the search box is key. These are some of my favorite guides from around the web.
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.
I wore this skirt to our podcast photo shoot, but the shirt looked frumpy, even tucked in.
A hair tie! All I did was tie the extra material in the front into a knot. Took the scarf out of my hair and weaved it into a side ponytail.
Here’s the thing I recently discovered about my style: I don’t know how to “do” casual.
In this series, I’ll show you why an outfit didn’t work and the steps I took to fix it! I love this topic because we all run into this issue when we’re styling ourselves and sometimes all it takes is a simple fix to go from nay to yay! I encourage you to follow Dina’s Days on Instagram to catch these posts on my stories.