Cozy, oversized or “chunky” sweaters can run upwards of $60 at most retail stores but you can easily find racks upon racks of them at local thrift stores.
Thrifiting gifts is great for the environment, your wallet, and your creativity. Here are some ideas you can thrift this holiday season.
Let’s thrift wall art!
Welcome back to the third prompt of the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge. Last month we focused on thrifting glassware and mugs and this month we’re thrifting lamps.
One of my favorite things about hosting parties is being able to repurpose decor items for my tablescape.
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.
My “pandemic project” is complete!
My antsy mind needed a colorful creative outlet over the summer after coming out of lockdown so I decided to fill this space in my kitchen with a rainbow!
The rules I set
2020 was a weird year but the thrift fairies did not disappoint. In case you missed my roundup on Instagram, you can browse the top 20 finds you all loved the most on the blog.
This is definitely a favorite find and for $15, I couldn’t pass it up!
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Plaid is such a versatile heritage pat