You all might call me a liar after you read what I’m about to write, and it’s probably because you’ll be straight up jealous. But this ish couldn’t be more real.
2 pairs designer jeans: BKE and Express.
1 pair lululemon capris. (!!!!)
1 comfy tank top.
= SEVENTEEN DOLLARS
I started out my day browsing at Anthropologie, but after snapping myself out of paying $39.95 for a tank top, I headed to Marshall’s. They had some good sales, but nothing screamed, “BUY ME.” Well, nothing screamed loud enough for me to buy it.
Just down the road from Marshall’s is Sunshine Thrift. The last time I went there, was in 2009 when I was collecting items for a photo shoot during an internship. ((Unnecessary details.))
Anyway. Thrift stores, at their core, are hit or miss. Every single one of them. This weekend, I hit the freaking target.
And the great thing about thrift shop items is that they’re so dirt cheap that if you don’t feel like trying anything on ((or it grosses you out)), you can buy it anyway and it’s worth things not fitting perfectly. Because it’s just that cheap.
Unknown brand and size racerback tank, $2.95
lululemon capris, $3.95
I wasn’t in any rush, and none of the patrons were making me feel particularly uncomfortable, so I lingered and tried everything on.
BKE jeans and Express jeans, $5.95, $4.95
I’m feeling pretty good about these finds. These jeans are long and flared, which will go great with the wedges I got a few months ago. The tank top is perfect for hanging out or walking around Disney on a super hot day, and the lululemon crops are amazing for everything and are one of those items that just felt wrong not to buy. $3.95, remember?!
Where do you shop the most? Do you ever hit up the thrift shops?