Thrift Style We Crave: Courtney from Iowa

Friday, May 22, 2015

This week we are craving the thrift style of Courtney from Iowa. Courtney fell in love with thrifting the summer after her junior year of high school. She said she was tired of sacrificing too much of her hard earned paycheck to stay current on trends. "I wanted some unique new pieces that not everyone had," she said.

"I was heading to see Phantom of the Opera performed in the city, and I wanted to be dressed up. I'd wanted a tulle skirt for forever,and when I saw this tulle skirt dress at Goodwill,I knew it was perfect. However, I had no where to wear it. When I found out I'd be going to see Phantom of the Opera, I knew it'd be perfect."


WHAT SHE WORE 
Dress with tulle skirt (Goodwill,$5)
Top (Goodwill,$3)
Necklace (Plato's Closet,$3)
Total- $11

Events: Grand Opening of The Sweet Optimist

Wednesday, May 20, 2015


You are invited to the grand opening of The Sweet Optimist--- An Affordable Chic Women's Boutique! It is scheduled for Saturday, May 23rd from 12-5pm at 3388 Dogwood Dr. Hapeville, GA 30354. Enjoy yummy desserts, light refreshments, giveaways and much more!

Follow their FACEBOOK page for updates and sales!

What I Wore: Graphic T-Shirt + Print Mini Skirt

Monday, May 18, 2015


So I have slowly started my collection of thrifted graphic t-shirts and this Juicy Couture t-shirt is a perfect addition. I admit that I am not a huge fun of graphic t-shirts because I never really considered them fashionable. But after seeing how the Thrifting Diva styles her, I thought that I would give it a try too. The key to looking stylish in your graphic t-shirt is to pair it with a statement piece, items that are trendy or classic. I styled my graphic t-shirt with a bold print black and white mini skirt.


Thrift Style We Crave: Oneika from Virginia

Friday, May 15, 2015

This week we crave the thrift style of Oneika from Virginia. Although she went thrifting with her mom when she younger, she did not immediately fall in love with thrifting. As an adult, she visited Plato's Closet and Goodwill and scored a few fashionable pieces that were New With Tags! Then recently she stalks Instagram for more unique pieces and now she considers herself head over heels in love with thrifting!

"I was inspired to wear this outfit because I love vintage dresses! I featured this sailor-inspired look for as a business casual outfit-of-the-day style post on my blog."

WHAT SHE WORE
Vintage Montaldo's Blue/white stripe Tennis Dress (C.U.T.E Boutique) $10
Weaved Clutch- Gift from friend
Vintage Earrings- from @breewylde (IG) $1
Necklace/bracelet- @O2chicboutique (IG) $12
Madison brand Floral Wedge- ShoeDazzle $15
Total $38

What I Wore: Halter Maxi Dress

Wednesday, May 13, 2015


I wore this ABS maxi dress this past weekend when I served as a guest panelist for the Goodwill Week Fashion Panel event. I scored it from the Goodwill Grasslands location for only $7. ABS by Allen Schwartz can be found at big chain department stores like Macys, Dillards and Nordstrom. So it is always a treat to find brand names like that at the thrift stores. This dress is so comfy and can be dressed up or dressed down. I really fell in love with the bold colors and the print. I will be a repeat offender in this dress! Just giving you all a heads up.

Thrift Haul Find of the Week: Free People Lonesome Dove Dress

Monday, May 11, 2015




My thrift haul find of the week is this dress by Free People. The style is called Lonesome Dove. I scored it from Goodwill Smyrna New With Tags for only $7 and it retails HERE for $168. Now that is a savings! I am pretty familiar with the brand Free People. It is known for being very Bohemian inspired. So if you love boho-chic style or want to try it you will definitely love their collections. You can shop them in big-chain retail stores like Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Macys and Dillard's. Of course you can find that at your local resale shop too!

Thrift Style We Crave: Stephanie from New Jersey

Friday, May 8, 2015

This week we crave the thrift style of Stephanie from New Jersey. She fell in love with thrifting at the age of 13. Her aunt, a Master Thrifter, had a quirkly style that Stephanie admired. Her aunt became her mentor and Stephanie learned the art of thrifting first-hand.

 "I dress according to the way I feel and I just was in the mood mix prints and confuse some folks. People are afraid to this, so I decided to show them how it's supposed to be done."

What She Wore
Crop Top- Forever 21 (Thrift Store) $3
Rockabilly circle skirt- Vintage (Thrift Store) $10
Belt- NY & CO (NY&CO) $1
Shoes- Steve Madden (Thrift Store) $4  
Total: $18

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