I find that most of my winter wardrobe essentials are thrifted because I layer a lot. But how cute would a floral blouse look with some high-waisted shorts this Spring?
The more I thrift, the more I realize that most of the trends out at the mall can be found for much cheaper at thrift stores and can be worn year-round. Here is my list of items that you're better off thrifting (in my opinion):
1. Cardigan Sweaters:
2. High-Waisted anything:
3. Chambray/Denim Shirt:
4. Colored Pencil Skirt:
6. Animal Prints:
7. Collared Shirt (for layering/anything):
8. Colored Pants:
9. Floral/Patterned anything:
10. Boyfriend Sweater/Oversized anything:
All of the items pictured were thrifted (except #8 and 9). Some are vintage and some are name brand. You never know what you're gonna get!
Would you add anything to this list? Are one of the items I listed particularly difficult for you to find when you thrift?
Are you still intimidated by the musty thought of shopping for used clothing? If so, read my beginner tips here.