How to Build Your Work Wardrobe at the Thrift Shop

Posted On Thursday, September 8th, 2016
Filed Under: Style Guide, Thrift Stores

How to Build Your Work Wardrobe at the Thrift Store
One of the first rules of thrift shopping is to go in with an open mind. But it’s also important to have an idea of what you need. Remember the all important thrift wish list?

And sometimes you need affordable clothes that are specifically for work. If you’re not into spending a fortune on pants suits and classic pieces, read on to see how you can build a work wardrobe at the thrift shop!

5 Wardrobe Staples to Buy at Thrift Stores

Posted On Monday, March 4th, 2013
Filed Under: Deals & Steals, How To, Looking FLY on a Dime, Thrift Stores

looking fly on a dime thrift shopping When it comes to fashion, there are some items every woman needs in her closet. These are the wardrobe staples that flatter all figures and work for every occasion of dressing. Though they’re classic pieces and worth investing in, you can actually hit up your local thrift store for them. Actually, your thrift store is most likely overflowing with these items. And they won’t set you back more than a few dollars.

It’s always impossible to determine what a secondhand store will or won’t have in stock, but I can assure you the majority of them have these five wardrobe staples on hand year round.

5 Wardrobe Staples Worth Investing In

Posted On Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Filed Under: shopping

investment pieces

When it comes to clothing, you know I’m all about saving a buck when I can. I refuse to pay full price for anything and thrift stores are my preferred method of shopping. But some pieces are worth the investment. I’ve never been one to spend a ton on trends {they come and go so quickly!}, but classic pieces that can be worn for years to come are deserving of a few extra pennies.
But how do you know what classifies as a classic? They’re the clothes and accessories that play well with everything in your closet and are appropriate for most, if not all, occasions. And even if you choose to spend more cash than usual on these pieces, that doesn’t mean you have to break the bank.
Check out five wardrobe staples worth investing in.