Tag: Hand-Me-Down

Fool’s Gold with The Thrifty Six

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It’s time for August’s monthly collab with The Thrifty Six, where five other bloggers and I showcase how we style our secondhand items! This month’s theme was chosen by Nancy of Nancy’s Fashion Style and is ‘Fool’s Gold’. Of course, with a theme like that, I had to create an ultra-glam outfit. I think I would wear something like this to fall New York Fashion Week—you know, if I was cool enough to go. Continue reading “Fool’s Gold with The Thrifty Six”

Fall Clothes = The Best Clothes

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What’s your favorite season? And, more importantly, which season of fashion is your favorite? As you can tell from the title of today’s post, my favorite season is autumn, both in relation to fashion and everything else. Not only is it the season of my birthday (Scorpio baby over here), but the fall always has so much to offer: from the excitement of going back to school, to that crisp autumn air, to the crunching of colored leaves beneath your feet… And of course, you can’t forget about sweater weather! There’s something so satisfying about that first fall day once it’s finally cool enough to break out your favorite sweater and booties… and maybe a pumpkin spice latte, if you’re basic AF. (Fun fact: I think I’ve only had one once, and it clearly wasn’t memorable.) But anyway… I have to admit that I’m getting excited for the new season and for the cozy clothes that come with it! Continue reading “Fall Clothes = The Best Clothes”

Creative Coverups with The Thrifty Six

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It’s already time for another Thrifty Six collaboration! Once a month, five other bloggers and I collaborate to showcase our thrifted outfits to encourage secondhand shopping. This month’s theme was ‘creative coverups’, so we had a lot of options with our outfits, ranging from kimonos to jackets to scarves, like in my look. Continue reading “Creative Coverups with The Thrifty Six”