Thriftanista in the City

9.17.2017

Sequin Tube Tops Give Great Energy

True vintage is getting rarer and rarer at the local thrift store. I was surprised to find this classic glam tube top at Goodwill. I didn't hesitate to bring it home. So much color and so much sparkle.

Sequins aren't a practical purchase at all. One thread loose and a whole row of sequins when fall off. It's the risk you take with every wear. They are super fun to wear though. They give such awesome energy to any look.

thrift style fashion

9.15.2017

How to Snack Smart When Trying To Keep It Tight And Right

Part of the reason I thrift shop is because I don't want to settle for bland clothes with crap fabric. Even if that was my goal, I could find it in a thrift store and much better prices. I do not want to compromise my style or my taste. Not with my fashion choices and definitely not with my food choices. No bland foods for me. I care about what I put in my body but I will not sacrifice taste. I just snack smarter. Liberté yogurt helps me do that.

snack smart liberte yogurt

9.07.2017

10 Ways to Refashion Thrift Finds For Fall

The morning chill was an unwelcome surprise this morning. I can't believe that summer is on the way out. It's time to pack up the sandals and shorts and pull out the boots and sweaters. Fall and winter are not my favorite seasons. There's all those added layers needed to stay warm. I do enjoy reconnecting with some of my favorite thrift store pieces. I like to imagine the ways I can restyle, refresh, and refashion my old clothes.

Some of my favorite diy refashion tutorials are below:

1. Upgrade a skirt by adding pockets. My pockets were my purse most of the summer. I'm going back to the big mom bag but that doesn't mean I don't want deep pockets. I'll need somewhere to warm chilly fingers.

add pockets to a skirt

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