Yesterday morning I got dressed as I normally would, just throwing on anything that I felt went well together for a day of shopping and dining. Once I was ready I realized just how thrifty my outfit was. Granted, most of it did come from thrift shops, vintage stores and flea markets.
THRIFTY + TRENDY | It’s possible to look good for less than a gourmet salad
You know in middle to low range magazines where they have a whole spread dedicated to “dressing for less”? Well, I’ve got them beat in every way possible. What are their usual limits? Dressing for $100? $50? My outfit is $11. Don’t believe me? Check this out:
Butterfly necklace: $1
Heart necklace: $1
Of course, this doesn’t include my shoes. I am a firm believer in spending more money on shoes. That’s why these sandals were about $150 from Windsor Smith in Australia. Oh, and I did add a $15 chain necklace and $30 Quay sunglasses to my outfit but of course those are things you can do without.
I want to see how thrifty you can get with your fabulously stylish outfits. Send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll make a post of my favourite ones.