Thrifting for Spring.

May 17, 2013

photo-8 copyThere is something called “The Target Phenomenon” , that thing where you go to Target to get toilet paper and end up buying $300 worth of home accessories, make-up and shoes, which, as of lately, have been quite nice. The same rule applies to thrift stores. Even more so, because there is no definitive “thing” you can find at a resale store. You have to leave it to the thrifting gods to bestow unto you their gifts. Today, all the rules of the thrifting universe were in play as I casually stopped by Quality Thrift to find a few props for a photobooth I am doing on Saturday for a wedding. I was looking for a cheap, beat up vintage chair and a couple of suitcases, and what I left with were a few staples for my spring wardrobe. Had I left empty handed, I would have felt at a loss. But that wasn’t the case.

DSC_3186 DSC_3191 DSC_3192 DSC_3193 DSC_3196 DSC_3199 DSC_3203 DSC_3205 DSC_3207 DSC_3208A few of these things are 100% silk. A couple of them aren’t. And I only spent $28.73. I’m especially loving the white blouse and the tie-die scarf. But I’m not one to play favorites.

4 thoughts on “Thrifting for Spring.

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    1. thecleverbunny

      Thank you! I felt like I hit the jackpot that day. It’s either famine or feast when it comes to thrift stores, ya know? Thanks for reading and following my blog! I love yours too!


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