Sequined pieces are a vintage thrift find treasure and are loved by many. This vibrant sequined dress was in my Aunt's front closet. Every time we visit each other, I somehow leave with a little bit of her closet making its way to mine. This past Christmas, she told me to check out the front . . .
The last installment in the thrifted Christmas attire series is a good ole' quirky sweater! It is good for White Elephant and Ugly Sweater parties, but let me tell it, I still think it is FLY! Don't forget about the other thrifted Christmas styles we've already explored: Classy Christmas Sweater . . .
If a vintage velvet dress isn't your style for the upcoming Christmas season gatherings, maybe this cute old sweater is? Paired with modern, sustainable jeans, it is both classy and fun. Is it actually a "Christmas" sweater? I'm not sure, but the flowers and color scheme make it just right for . . .
Everyone knows to go to thrift stores to buy the best and most original "ugly Christmas sweater" for Christmas parties, but you can find your elegant Christmas attire in thrift stores as well. This Christmas series features both fun sweaters and lavish dresses. First up, this velvet beauty. . . .
Not only am I a thrifter, I am a "one piece maximizer." This is one pair of thrifted overalls that I have styled for every season of the year with both thrifted and new pieces. I try to find different ways to wear the same piece throughout the year, and these overalls are the perfect base for an . . .
Thrifting goes beyond clothes. I have this vintage collection (obsession, obviously) of luggage that still functions perfectly, and they make for great props and fun conversation pieces. I've use them in several photoshoots and real as luggage. The green hard shell suitcase actually still had . . .
In 2013, as a budding fashion blogger finding my way, I wrote a novice thrifting guide. It is comical, full of gifs, and it does provide some helpful thrifting tips that I still abide by. It has been nearly 3 years since I published that post, and I feel like I've grown as a writer/blogger, . . .