Turn broken crayons into adorable heart shapes.
Remember when so many of us got fully dressed every single day? Gasp! If you’ve been in lounge wear for several months and miss your closet, we’re sharing tips on getting dressed while working from home.
“The bins” are exactly that. Bins of secondhand clothing, toys, electronics, housewares, books – you name it – at incredibly discounted prices where items are sold by the pound.
If you’ve ever wondered what to do with a sweatshirt with a bleach stain or a pair of shoes that you feel guilty throwing away but know aren’t really wearable, don’t fear. You can put them in a separate bag and mark them “salvage.” Most Goodwill locations in the United States will recycle them for you by putting them through their “salvage stream.
This list contains the absolute basics to help you build a functional wardrobe.
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.
Practically every costume I’ve made over the years started with something I spotted at Goodwill that inspired an idea.
It wasn’t even planned, guys. In fact, my plans were to put baby to bed, grab a bag of cheese cubes, and watch The Office reruns for the billionth time. But there I was staring at the inside our fridge on a Friday night and something in me snapped.
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.
The #RealSimpleThrifting style challenge is back! I took some time off to focus on the podcast but we’re back just in time for spring style. Are you up for the challenge? Grab a magazine, go to a thirft store and try to replicate your favorite looks! Share your finds using the tag #RealSimpleThrifting.