MooMoo Style Mumu, MuuMuu, MooMoo - your granny's favorite thing to wear. It's all the same thing. I never thought much of MooMoos until I first got my own apartment. Lounge wear became a bit of an obsession for me at that time. Everything I wore at home had to be comfortable, and it had to keep me . . .
Visiting Waco, TX Our trip to Waco, TX was so amazing! You gotta click over to read about it and see all of the pictures. We stayed in The Morrow House (check that post out, too), and we were able to go explore the city and take a LOT of photos for our blogs. The weather was really nice for early . . .
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 Thrift fashion and style are no fad. People have been "thrifting," or buying things second hand, for years. These days, it is becoming a mainstream way for many people to stock their wardrobes. I have been a thrifter since the day I purchased a Winnie the Pooh . . .
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 . . .
Pantone, the leading authority on color for most people in the world, delightfully shocked everyone when they announced TWO signature colors for 2016, instead of the normal one color. The surprise was marvelous, though, because the two colors both stand alone well and compliment each other . . .
Caution: this outfit successfully contains something old, something new, and something DIY! Who says you can't combine thirfty and trendy pieces to create a current chic look? Not I! I'm not huge on immediately latching on to trends and fads because I love timeless pieces, but I've slowly (a . . .
Brittany, otherwise know as @vinty_fresh on instragram, is exactly that - Vinty Fresh. This lady takes vintage and thrifted styles, and make them fresher than you could ever imagine. That's so contrary to the negative connotation that many people believe about thrifted clothes being old and . . .