Looking Fly on a Dime Thrift Shopping eBook

Posted On Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
Filed Under: How To, Looking FLY on a Dime, Style Guide, Thrift Stores


She’s finally here!!! Sorry for the exclamation marks, but not sorry! I’m so excited to reveal the cover of my soon to be released ebook on thrift shopping. Isn’t she pretty?!

In September I’ll celebrate the fifth year of Looking Fly on a Dime® so it only makes sense I release an ebook that’s all about how to thrift shop. Using my 10+ years of experience thrifting and my background in fashion magazines, I’m sharing all of my tips and tricks.

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Check Me Out in People StyleWatch

Posted On Monday, August 18th, 2014
Filed Under: Looking FLY on a Dime, shopping, Thrift Stores


If you’re following my social media accounts {Instagram, Twitter and Facebook}, then you already know I’m in the September issue of People StyleWatch. *insert happy dance*

I’ve been obsessed with StyleWatch since they launched a few years ago, so offering my shopping tips was a dream come true. They asked me to share my top thrift tips and the timing couldn’t have been better.

Seeking Style Interns for Fall

Posted On Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
Filed Under: Looking FLY on a Dime

Looking Fly on a Dime internship, fashion internship

Well, as the title states, I’m on the hunt for some fall interns. As Looking Fly on a Dime® continues to grow, it’s increasingly difficult for little ‘ol me to manage blogging daily, finishing my thrift shopping ebook, hosting events and working on on-air style segments.

That’s where you {or someone you know!} come in.

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5 Quick, Easy Ways to Cut an Oversized T-Shirt

Posted On Monday, July 7th, 2014
Filed Under: DIY, Looking FLY on a Dime, Style Guide
Let me start off by saying I’m so not the DIY person. Though I love the idea of do-it-yourself projects, sometimes the process has too many steps and is so intimidating, I give up before I even start. So that’s why when I actually do anything DIY related, it’s insanely easy.
I always find cheap t-shirts while thrift shopping and sometimes they have really fun designs or cute sayings. Unfortunately, they tend to be oversized. That’s why I love the idea of DIY projects for shirts that are your style but not necessarily perfect for your shape.
Check out 5 ways to cut an oversized t-shirt.

Thrifty Threads: Rainy Day Chic

Posted On Friday, February 21st, 2014
Filed Under: Looking FLY on a Dime, Thrift Stores, Thrifty Threads 365
Thrifty Threads 365 is a fashion challenge where I will only thrift shop for an entire year. I’ll show you how it’s easy and wallet friendly to satisfy your style needs with secondhand finds. For full details check the original post here
Earlier this week the East coast finally had a respite from the massive inches of snow,  but then it began to rain. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll take rain over snow, but both elements can really put a damper on your style game and especially your footwear.
Luckily I have a few go-to looks and boots for snowy, slushy and/or rainy days. When I need to put the heels away but don’t want a clunky wellies, I step into my zigzag vintage boots I scored for less than $10 from the Salvation Army.