This green khaki skirt is my latest deadstock find. It's my new mom skirt. It's casual and functional. I love the button front and the ability to leave a few buttons undone to add interest. You know what else is great about this skirt? It has side waist elastic. I can't wait to take my skirt out to brunch.
It's not the only time I've found treasures with tags still on. Some of my favorites include:
A $5 jumpsuit with a retail value over $100.
It wasn't my first jumpsuit though. There was the red print vintage Liz Claiborne and a teal 80s one.
I found a Hawaiian dress from Jams World towards the end of summer. Also, found a black and white vintage dress with back cutouts in that thrift haul.
I was super bummed that a vintage pussybow blouse didn't fit. Then, I spotted it's twin in exactly the right size! I wore it with very expensive deadstock clogs.
The Hunter Dixon designer dress was either deadstock or went unnoticed in someone's closet.
Same goes for the Cynthia Rowley find.
Looking forward to wearing the flirty vegan leather skirt with laser cutouts this fall.
I like the lace skirt but never find the right place to wear it or what to wear it with. Perhaps, a metallic silver tweed jacket is a good option?
The thrift gods sent gold sequin top blessings along with a plaid house dress that is extremely comfortable and surprisingly figure flattering.
Las Vegas was good to me. A deadstock asymmetrical jacket has become one of my favorite thrift store finds.
Do you come across a lot of deadstock in your local thrift store?