I came across some old(er) photos while backing up my computer, which I'm supposed to do weekly but am more likely to do quarterly. Ah, well. The skirt and top are both thrift store finds--the skirt stood out because I'm always drawn to bold stripes, and little boy's oxford shirts are permanently on my "I need more of these" list. I picked up this sweater dress (again, while thrifting) because the embroidery reminded me of something Consuela
These old school Liz Claiborne trousers are so Miss Denecke (my second grade teacher), whose life goals must have included looking like an extra from the set of "Knots Landing" and teaching us to properly write cursive. I'm wearing teacher pants and a blazer. It's (almost) like I'm a grown up! Speaking of growing up*, have you ever thought about what it would be like to spend your childhood as an unpaid laborer or sex slave?
Thrifted pants, shoes, and bracelets; Iceberg top; Gucci belt Wearing my old lady pants procured on a thrifting adventure (the high-waisted carrot shape looks so friggin' good to me right now) and sticking to the color palette: Aren't you proud? You'll like these, too: Color Blocking Thrift Gift 2 English Countryside Like this post? Subscribe to the RSS feed, or subscribe by email and get new posts sent directly to your inbox!
I didn't mean to go thrifting again, but see, what had happened was, I had some more stuff to drop off at Goodwill. That's a good thing, because it means I'm purging items that I no longer need and supporting a good cause, right? I'd never been to this particular location before, so I figured I'd better check it out to make sure my donated goods were going to be put to good use. Plus, I