1.I found a pair of vintage disco ball earrings at an estate sale. I couldn't look away from all of that light and shine so I paid the $6 for them. I wore them with the pink pencil skirt already.
2.Found a unicorn at the same estate sale. Periodically, I troll estatesales.net for shit I don't need. I saw the unicorn and thought it was interesting so I shared the page with the Thriftanista Social Club. A fellow thriftanista had her eye on it too so I'm going to give it to her. It was only a $1 because of the major mane damage.
3.Thrift shop sales soar as reported by the Delmarva Daily Times. When the housing bubble burst, folks left their homes and donated their belongs (the good stuff) for the tax write-off. As the donations got better, "people got hip" and flocked to thrift stores.
4.My Edit found a vintage floral shirtdress so fabulous that Marc Jacobs was biting her style. She wore it with edgy pieces too. I like it like that.
5.Word on the street is denim overalls are making a comeback. It's not particularly my taste (says the chick sporting a horse pendant dookie chain) but if this is how you get down, don't sleep on the thrift store. Pretty sure there are a few awesome pairs to be found.
6.Speaking of animals and style.. I do dig the elephant print on My Thrifty Chic's palazzo pants.
I think Vegas news is tardy for the party with this thrifting trend report. Bloggers are also sited as a driving force for kicking it up a notch. *raises the roof but stops when realizes there's more competition for the good stuff in the thrift store*
8.I spotted Cole Haan Nike Air pumps at Village Discount Outlet. I've been trying to cut back on the amount of stuff I bring home. For serious this time so I didn't buy them hoping to find a friend who could wear them. They were $11 and not my size. Price was decent though. They were in great condition.
I totally want to drive to Michigan for the Thrifty Broad's Goodwill Hunt Meetup. It looks like fun and it's for a great cause. Largest Goodwill in the country? What!
*Fever Thrift got crafty on a pair of nightstands. This is exactly the project I need in my life. Who knew nightstands were so expensive and it's hard to find a good looking pair?
What thrift tales do you have?