That awkward moment when you try to resume life as usual but you still feel like shit and then it starts to rain. Surely a sign to go back to the cave. I’m sharing tales of thrift with you, an all thrift outfit, and V’s supreme photo bomb. Enjoy!
If I could trade lives with someone, I would want to be Hamish Bowles and travel the world looking for vintage finds. I will definitely be watching the Vogue web series.
Shon Valdry (aka Sunflower Mama Chronicles) went to her very first clothing swap. Some bumps but she scored a few goodies.
So the Modcloth founder, Susan Gregg Koger, was a thrift and vintage fiend who turned that love into a $100 million dollars a year business. Inspired.
I sold my favorite Coach purse on Etsy. I loved it but I hardly ever wore it and I need to make money. Pre-K is not cheap!
More thrift tips if you need them.
Olivia Lane rocked her quirky and wore a cute vintage head scarf.
I won a $25 ThredUp credit and was the Thrifters Anonymous member of the week on Shana’s Colorblind blog.
A friend turned me on to Nebraska’s Junk Jaunt and I totally want to go. Anyone else? C’mon let’s do it! Think about it. No pressure but seriously email me if you want to go.
I think I’ve found a new thrifting BFF . She turns trash into treasure. I want her to be my IRL friend. Maybe she wants to go to the Junk Jaunt!
I finally washed my thrift haul from last Saturday’s Thriftanista ThriftUp. I Instagramed some of my favorites – a church lady gold foil twist top, a vintage beaded clutch and these randoms.
By the time you read this, I hope to be healed and hitting up estate sales.
THRIFT vintage Caro earrings – white bead necklace – Mossimo white tee – tropical print 80s a-line skirt – Tods floral wedges