Neutral tones are part of the evolving Spring 2015 trend scene, so I had to try my hand at finding beautiful, fashionable neutral pieces at a thrift store – and on a dead line. I went shopping for my Easter dress on the Thursday before the holiday with only two requirements in mind: it had to be a white/beige neutral color, and it had to have a flowing effect. I preferred a dress, but would have taken anything (shirt or skirt) that fit that description. Luckily for me, I’ve been having nothing but great thrifting experiences lately. I found exactly what I wanted, and got it for half the thrift store price during a sale they were having! I even found shoes and a purse to complete the outfit along with this Target hat that was the inspiration for my entire look. I’m serving Granny/Aunti realness, you should’ve seen me in church on Easter Sunday. I thought I was too cute with it.
Plants: see this post
Hat: Target does it again!
Dress: Malloy (new with tags) – $12.91 at the thrift store, I got it half off! $6.50
Purse: Thrifted – $3.98 original, I paid half $2
Shoes: Thrifted & new – $15 original, I paid half $7.50
Pineapple makeup bags: $2 & $1, therefore $1 & $0.50. Half off baby!
Neutrals win. That is all. I hope you all had an awesome Easter 🙂
What spring trend are you loving so far? Check out how I thrift to see how you can find awesome clothes from thrift stores, too.
xoxo dolls & dudes,