Thrift Store Ruffled Sweatshirt | Thriftanista in the City


Thrift Store Ruffled Sweatshirt

Since I've gone down the reseller rabbit hole, I spend a lot of time wearing the same sweatpants, sweatshirt and chunky boots. The flouncy ruffle sweatshirt is my attempt at staying true to my day outfit while adding a looking extra to the look.

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My days usually involve dog walking, post office and thrift store visits now so I don't do much sprucing during the week. Weekends are when I get out the most and wear something a little bit different.

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The ruffle detail is a nice upgrade to a relaxed, casual sweatshirt. I feel like I tried without really trying. It's comfortable and soft too. I think it's really a dress for people who have no desire to bend or sit. For my brunching purposes, I wore jeans with it.

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The jeans are a Gap high rise jeans. I'm so glad that more high rise jean styles are showing up at the thrift. I am no longer entertaining jeans that don't at the very least hit the belly button. I need that waist cinch and muffin control especially during this post holiday weight gain. Blerg.

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Boots are an older thrift find. There's been so much craptastic weather the past few months that I haven't pulled them out in awhile opting for the ugly winter boot.

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The mild temps really motivated me to go all out and add a little jewelry to my look. My regular mom outfit toned down a few more notches and went bare minimum while in reseller mode. I haven't worn jewelry in a while. I recently received a fresh stack of jewelry gifts from Kenya so I mingled them in with my diy ankara bracelets for a fun punch of color to break up all of the blue.

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What have you thrifted lately?

What I Wore: Love Fire ruffle sweatshirt (thrift store) - Gap jeans (thrift store) - sixtyseven boots (thrift store) - ankara earrings (gift) - beaded bracelets (Kenya) - ankara bracelets (diy)

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