Filed Under: Travel on a Dime
Once you’ve booked your flight and lodging, the next big expense when traveling tends to be food. You’re away from home so most of your meals will be consumed at restaurants and you just rack up major debit card receipts.
Yesterday I did something I haven’t done in almost three months…I went thrifting!!! Yes, I know. I have an affordable style blog and focus on thrift shopping, but I hadn’t been thrifting since last December. Like I mentioned a few weeks ago, I kinda needed to chill on the shopping so I could clean out my closet and truly define my personal style.
But yesterday I had a reason to thrift, as a vintage shop near me was having a great sale and I was clear on what I absolutely needed to add to my wardrobe. Keep on reading to see what I scored and why it’s so important to follow your local shops on social media.
The only thing that separates thrifting pros from the newbies is time and strategy. Really, that’s all it is.
Thrift shopping can be a bit intimidating, but once you get the hang of it, it’s so easy to become hooked! And it’s understandable. You can find wallet-friendly, unique clothes and accessories and even Fashion Week trends at your local thrift shop.
If you’re new to the world of thrift, there’s no better way to learn that just diving right in and more importantly, learning from the pros. Here are a few things thrift shopping pros do all the time, and you should too if you want to score!
But one thing I’ve noticed is women not taking advantage of certain accessories. Here are the three accessories you have in your closet but I bet you’re not wearing them enough and you totally should be.