First stop was the closest Goodwill, only to find out it is now a furniture shop. Boooooooooo !!! So I headed out to the next nearby Goodwill and scored two necklaces for a total of $7 and some change. I scored a coin gold-tone necklace that I have had in mind ever since I bought a bold, long necklace from Refinery 29 Shops a couple of months ago (pictured to the right.) See the coin necklace pictured with the long, chunky necklace; well unfortunately someone else bought that one before me. Luckily, on my recent thrifting excursion, I found one similar. I was very excited to find one so similar pictured below.
While I was exiting the strip mall this particular Goodwill was at, I saw a cop car where there was a "no U-turn" sign, so no U-turns for me even in the following turn opportunities. Instead of heading home, I decided to head to another Goodwill further away. On the way over there, I was in the vicinity of a Salvation Army I haven't been to in ages, so I stopped in. I found a lot of good stuff. I was looking for floral shirts and a boho style dress to wear with this coin necklace. By the time I finished perusing the women's section, I had about a dozen items. One of the best finds was a Christian Dior blazer from what looks like the eighties -- SCORE !!! I did find a boho dress, but not in my size. It was made of silk and in amazing condition, so I couldn't put it down. I figured it will fit my younger sister who wears between a Size 2 or 4. I took the items to the fitting room, very important to make sure they fit and look good. I was beyond excited to find the Christian Dior blazer was a good fit on my large frame. I ended up scoring 7 clothing items and one pair of earrings for .99 cents. Total of $55 and some change.
WILL WEAR WITH:
|Striped T, Navy Skinny Jeans, Silver-toned Jewelry, Spiked Flats|
|Bill Murray Print T, Black Skinny Jeans, Gold Boho Sandals, Gold Jewelry|
|Other Gold-tone Finds; Still looking for a Boho dress|