I LOVE paying barely anything for my clothes. When a co worker tells me theres a sale at H&M, I ask “What kind of sale?” If they say items are about $20, I don’t consider that a sale. That’s not a sale for me. Call me cheap, I don’t care. Clothes shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. One of the reasons that I love vintage clothing is because its unique and has lasted for so long and is durable, plus you can find amazing deals for vintage at Goodwills and other shops. Believe me I indulge once in a while. I have a stupid expensive pair of True Religions but they’re the only jeans I actually like to wear. I also have a few pairs of Michael Kors shoes. It’s only natural that Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” is my self proclaimed theme song. My new thing is taking a picture of what I have on that day, breaking down the price and where I got it then instagraming it
So here’s last Monday
Leather Lady $47.00
Plaid Shirt is from Forever 21 for $15, pleather skirt is from Forever 21
$20, Shoes are from Shoe Warehouse in Roosevelt Queens $15
Asian Inspired $36.50
Chinese Laundry heels $35.00, Vintage Blouse $1.50 at a Flea Market
The pants were a hand me down
H&M blazer $20, Shirt is from Forever 21 $15,
Chinese laundry shoes $35, Raven Denim pants (gift :)
Vintage Yellow lace dress from etsy.com $60 (Years ago and its my favorite dress in the world!)
Shoes $13, earrings are from the Burlington Coat Factory $5
The Stevie Nicks
$223. I know, I know its expensive. The jeans did me in!
True Religion Jeans $175, Vintage Shirt from Goodwill $8, Sunglasses from etsy.com $18,
Shoes from the Shoe Warehouse in Queens $12, Bag is $10 from Goodwill.
Where do you go to find thrifty threads?