The Joys of Thrift Store Treasures
Happy first Sunday in May! Today I want to share the joys of recent thrift store treasures!
I have written often about Goodwill San Antonio stores and how fabulous they are and to day is more thrift-treasure-proof!
Plus, it gives me great joy to know how much it is helping our community when I shop there.
I love this outfit and I put it together from two Goodwill locations…. found the wonderful light sweater from Chaps at Kohls in one trip.
Then in another trip I found the leather tote with my initial on it…both pieces light new…and less than $5.
I added my own Talbot’s jeggings, Chico’s white jacket, and Naturalizer lilac ballet flats (link below) to bring the look together…and yes, it gives me joy and creates a huge smile!
Treasure hunting at great thrift stores is much fun for me and especially when I discover something I will wear often.
Thank you to everyone who gave me your thoughts on the phrase “affordable fashion” on Friday.
It was so interesting to read all of your opinions. I am very much in the consideration of “cost-per-wear.”
That is why I have so many Eileen Fisher pieces…. I wear them over and over and over again and they are constructed to be sustainable.
I pay close attention to the pieces I go to the most and then evaluate why…so that I understand what my preferences really are.
When I want to have more fun with fashion, I go to Goodwill for that fun… it promotes sustainability and provides enjoyment for something I really love… fashion!
If you want to step out of your comfort zone and try some quirky styles, then thrift is the way to go!
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Pam Lutrell is a fashion and lifestyle blogger for women over 50 to help achieve strength, confidence, joy, inspiration, and, of course, head-turning personal style!