Thrift Find: Vintage Colorful Sweater

Freezing outside but always inside the thrift store. Also, 8 year old Dina would approve of this sweater.

Did you wear wild things as a kid? I had the quirkiest style as a 7 and 8 year old. I used to love neon, vests, and matching my socks to my turtlenecks. Truthfully, not much has changed

Spotted this sweater at the Goodwill in Cuyahoga Falls.

Vintage Off the Shoulder Dress

I found this vintage off the shoulder dress at the Salvation Army recently. I tried to challenge myself to modernize it with trendy accessories and I just couldn’t get myself to do it. I kept falling back on older feminine pieces like my straw bag and pink Prada shoes.

Classic Green Moto Jacket

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.

Camel Coat

Effortlessly chic, camel coats never go out of style. And because of that classic pieces like these are thrift store staples. Their built-to-last material give them a long shelf life and so they are constantly given new life with each new secondhand shopper. I almost always spot at least one men’s or women’s vintage camel coat at secondhand stores.

December Instagram Outfit Roundup

As you guys should know by now, I absolutely love Instagram! I think it’s one of the best social platforms out there. Perhaps it’s because I’m a more visual person and love looking at what people post. I post mostly for myself but of course, I also post to show my followers what I’ve been up to and where I’ve been.

November Instagram Outfit Roundup

Here’s a round up of the outfits I shared on Instagram in November. Click on the headers to shop similar looks. That’s the good thing about Instagram you know. It allows you to post high-quality pictures, with an assisting caption that truly gives your followers the best description of the products you’re showcasing.

$5 Vintage Cape

I remember the first cape I ever bought. It was on clearance at Express about seven years ago. I was in college, broke and $40 was a serious splurge for me ($40 is still a splurge for me).  It was such a beautiful, well made piece and my sister told me I would never regret it. I still have that cape and still wear it often. I think that day sparked an everlasting love of capes.