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 . . .
Welcome to Old World New's very FIRST Thrift It! Clique Style Feature! Today we are featuring Dionne Dean - stylist, beauty and thrift maven of DionneDean.com. I cannot recall exactly how we met, but I know it had to do with the power of social media and thrifting. She hosted a resale shop on the . . .
Thrifted skirts, especially of the vintage variety, are my favorite thrifted items (I say it quite often, like here and here). They can be worn in so many different styles, you can never really go wrong with them. Just in case you don't know how to style the thrifted skirts you find, here are my . . .
i.e. 80's West Coast African American Style Interpretation You're probably wondering why I'm creating a "cultural appreciation" post for the recently released movie, Straight Outta Compton, right? Well that's simple to answer. American culture (no matter the race, creed, or area) needs to be . . .
Welcome to the Old World New presents: “Cultural Appreciation, Not Appropriation” Series, Installment 4! (See Installment 1 here, 2 here, 3 here) Diversity is the spice of life. I love pulling influence from different cultures. The easy access to knowledge of different peoples’ heritages has . . .
The mauve sack dress with 3/4 sleeves is thrifted, the gold filigree frame necklace is thrifted (and for sale here now), the shoes were found on sale for $5 at Charming Charlie a few years ago. This classy ensemble altogether totaled less than $15. Moral of the story: go thrifting! . . .