Thrift Store Finds Every piece of this outfit is from a thrift store, and I didn't even plan it to be that way. Obviously I just have a closet full of thrift store finds. I thrifted the head scarf, which is a large black scarf/shawl, a few years ago. The shirt was a last minute grab at a 50% thrift . . .
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 . . .
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, . . .
all photos by Elle of Gernelle Nelson Thrift It! Clique is here - a big dream, realized! Thrift It! Clique was originally my idea to bring together the creative minds of people who create beautiful styles with their thrift shop finds. I've started by interviewing different folks and featuring . . .
I've had the awesome pleasure of becoming friends and going thrifting with Brittany C. Somehow she always finds the most expensive things that you would never suspect were so high end until she gets them home and tells you what google said it was worth! Then she wears them and looks absolutely . . .
Our first Thrift It! Clique King feature is Lawrence Jackson, and his instagram is so amazingly curated - it is how I found him. Not only is he an expert in styling vintage and thrifted pieces, he is a photographer with a unique eye for capturing people's personalities through their fashion and . . .
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 . . .