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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
For Earth Day 2016, with Fashion Revolution in mind, I hosted a Frock Swap/Clothing Swap with some of my friends! What is a Clothing Swap, you ask? Simple! A frock or clothing swap is a method of trading clothes with a group of people for free or for a low fee (usually larger swaps charge fees to . . .
Florals for spring. Revolutionary, right? Not really. But what about vintage and thrifted florals for spring? There's a spin that we all can love! I often buy things just for the print (via my How To Thrift rules), so instead of shopping for this month's theme, I remembered this print . . .
The sun has finally shown its favor on the Thrift It! Clique ladies, and we had a great time expressing our personal styles in sunny downtown Dallas. There was still a chilly breeze, but it didn't stop the good times from rolling. If you get a group of thrifty and fashionable ladies together, it . . .
My thrift style has become my signature, and lately a lot of people have been asking lately about where I thrift here in the DFW. I am an avid thrifter, and although I can't brag about having gone to every thrift store in the Dallas / Fort Worth area (I'm close to achieving that, though!), I just . . .