This is definitely a favorite find and for $15, I couldn’t pass it up!
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.
If Ohio were an outfit: half winter, half summer, with a little peek of sunshine.
“Do you ever feel like you need to tone it down? Have you ever felt out of place because of what you’ve had on?
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.
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.
Here’s a round up of the outfits I shared on Instagram in December. Click on the headers to shop similar looks. If we’re not already connected on Instagram, I’d love to do so! Follow along: username @dinasdays.
Buffalo Plaid Tunic Dress
Paired this Shein tunic (or dress if you’re brave!) with my favorite leggings from Torrid, thrifted moto jacket, and my Walmart boots.
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.
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.
Guys, I need a life lesson on applying my “I won’t stop until I find it at the thrift store” type of persistence to other important aspects of my life.