I found these vintage Caché pallazo pants at the Akron Discovery Shop for $2 and it wasn’t until I went to the fitting room to try it on that I discovered it wasn’t a maxi skirt.
Although I love the way they look with boots and chunky knit sweaters, I wasn’t brave enough to pull out the maxi skirts this past winter. No sir, not in NE Ohio.
When it comes to ultra trendy pieces, I usually only wear them a handful of times.
I remembered the spread on wearing lingerie as outerwear in Stacey’s thrift guide when I bought this nightgown.
Styling this outfit was a complete accident. My feet were cold in my apartment while I was getting dressed for a birthday dinner with my family so I threw on a pair of orange socks.
I’ve been wearing a lot of head to toe black looks lately, maybe because they are the most fun to accessorize. Black with gold has always been one of my favorite color combos.
I found this dress at the Salvation Army for $6. It didn’t have a tag in it but someone hand wrote “silk and satin” inside.
Before you start wondering if this is a formal dress, the answer is yes.
I’ve been on the hunt for a seafoam green top from the thrift store. I knew I’d find one at a second hand shop because this is definitely a shade I’ve seen quite a few grandmothers wear over the years.