I thrift probably 80% of my everyday clothes, and while most people think it is easier to simply buy new, they may be missing out on incredible deals and finds. You may ask, “why thrift?” “is it a waste of time?” “will I actually save money?”, and I’m here to answer those questions and more. Why thrift? Because it saves SO much money, and you can find some pretty amazing things! Being on a budget…

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  I fell in love with this yellow polka dot top and it’s perfect for injecting bright colors into a rather pastel season. I’ve worn this top a few different ways. Here I tucked it into a simple jean skirt, but I’ve also worn it underneath a black sleeveless jumpsuit, and also with distressed jeans and a leather jacket. A jean skirt is a classic piece that I added to my closet a few months…

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  Spring is here, and with that comes brighter, bolder colors and prints. I am learning to mix print more, and it is quickly becoming on of my favorite style trends! I talked about my love for stripes in a recent blog post, and I especially love how easy it is to pair them with other print. It is also easy to dress up stripes for a more businessy look or dress down for everyday…

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striped  button-up dress (only $25!!) // silk Gucci scarf // tan purse (old, similar here & here) // tan heeled booties Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend! Mine was full of baking (and baking fails…Haha!), shopping, and tidying up – all in all, a pretty good, productive weekend. Does anyone else feel like they have a better start to the week when their house is freshly cleaned and tidied up? I thought I’d…

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  Clover Canyon dress // vintage leather belt (similar here) // black fedora // peach flats (old, similar here & here) Not that I needed another dress in my wardrobe, especially another spring one, but I couldn’t pass this one up. I love the sleeves and the fact that it isn’t your typical pastel spring dress. If you live somewhere like me, spring time usually needs a few reminders that it’s actually spring, and then shows…

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