I love my fair share of bold, funky, vintage and trendy pieces, but nothing feels better than knowing I have a trusty uniform to fall back on week after week.
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.
Effortlessly chic, camel coats never go out of style. And because of that classic pieces like these are thrift store staples.
TBH, I was completely over summer fashion by say, July. Maybe it’s because I was still adjusting to postpartum life, hormones got me feeling hot all the time, or just the lack of creativity I was feeling.
No shame in my phone-shaped purse game! I keep these kitsch-type purchases to a minimum, knowing I can only wear a bubble gum pink purse so many times. But I do love collecting a few that make me smile.
A black moto jacket is a staple in my wardrobe but I can’t resist a colorful one! I love to browse secondhand stores for jackets that are already broken in but there are so many affordable ones online too.
I’ve been buying cap-sleeve body suits in solid black to layer underneath complicated straps or shirts that show too much of my bra.
The first lemon print piece I thrifted was a top from the Goodwill Lakemore store for 75 cents. I was totally inspired by this print the year after Ann Taylor released a stunning lemon print collection for spring.