Thursday, February 24, 2011

Thrifting Haul

Last weekend I did some amazing thrifting.  Here are my fashion scores I found, I'm super stoked!  Now I just need to find more skirts, I guess I'll have to go to some more stores this weekend!
This blazer is unbelievable.  I'm so in love with it, not quite sure about the shoulder pads, but I'm kinda liking them.  It's so lightweight it's perfect for spring!  $5.
I fell in love with the print on this blouse, it's pretty loud and bright and obnoxious, which is so me!  It's a little matronly when I put it on.  I may DIY something to it, I may leave it as it is.  $4.
I thought this was so beautiful with the lace trim.  It's rather dressy, which makes me want to instead wear it with jeans and flip flops :)  I love wearing something in a more unexpected way.  $4.
This beautiful silk Banana Republic tunic was only $6!  It's in such perfect condition, I cannot wait to wear it!
I totally remember having tops like this in the 80s, so I needed to get this.  I'm going to DIY it a little, probably cut out the neckline and cut the sleeves much shorter.  $4.
This lovely white linen with lace trim blazer/tunic is so perfect for a light cover up at work or as a tunic with a cami under it for work.  It was $3
How fun is this?!  Hot pink linen blazer.  $2.  Nuff said.
This dress looks sooo much better on than it does on the hanger.  It reminds me of the brown polka dot dress Julia Roberts wears in Pretty Woman.  The silhouette is gorgeous on, kinda has a Mad Men vibe to it.  I paid $6 for it.
 I found these in the men's section {always look there!} and found these incredible vintage navy uniform dungarees.  The rise is a little high and long, but they fit so perfectly throughout the leg that I'll wear them with longer tops.  So amazing! And for $2.50, couldn't pass them up.
 This vintage Carla Marchi bag still had it's tags attached!  And I paid all of $5 for it!
 I love the shape of the bag itself, but I hate the handle so a little DIY restoration is in order.
 I really wanted a snakeskin clutch, so finding this vintage bad boy was beyond!  And it was only $2!
I am such a sucker for vintage clutches, and this was no exception.  I think I may jazz it up a bit with a little DIY action.  $3
 These bangles, one wooden and one lucite, were only $1 each.
This is my faaaavorite.  It reminds me of rose gold.  I paid $4 for it.

I am utterly obsessed with thrifting.  It's so much fun, and the pieces you find are so unique and beautiful.  Yes, it's a pain sifting through everything, but finding those hidden gems really makes up for it.  Here, I got nearly a new wardrobe for less than the cost of a new pair of shoes.  I'm thinking of branching out to some thrift shops farther away, because I'm ready for more amazing finds!


  1. Amazing finds! I love the purses and pink blazer :)

  2. SO fun. I have an addition to vintage clutches too...especially when theyre super inexpensive! I'm loving the necklace too. xo

  3. Great finds! WOuld love to see how you style them!



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...