Thrifty Threads 365 – Remixing Wardrobe Favorites

Posted On Thursday, July 3rd, 2014
Filed Under: Style Guide, 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.
Every woman has that skirt, shirt or purse she can’t live without. For me, right now, my favorite flirty skirt is an LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s tulle maxi {no longer available} and I’m kinda sorta finally getting into the crop top trend, so I’m wearing my vintage top from Clothes Contact in San Francisco.
The last time I rocked the tulle skirt was this past winter with a silky top and fur vest {seen here} and I just wore the crop top a few weeks ago with a maxi dress {seen here}.
Though I love the tulle skirt and crop top, I’ve never worn them together. I finally changed that!
It’s such a great thing when your wardrobe favorites play well together. I added a few accessories like a vintage purse I found in my aunt’s attic, a thrifted necklace and round tortoise shell sunglasses from mark.
Since my Thrifty Threads 365 challenge requires that I can only buy thrifted clothes and spend no more than $50 each month, it’s so important for me to remix my favorite clothes and accessories. But this is important for anyone looking to maximize their wardrobe and switch things up a bit.
If you’re joining Thrifty Threads 365, don’t forget to keep tagging your pics with #ThriftyThreads365 so we can all see how you’re styling your thrift store threads.
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