The other day I went to one of my local thrift stores, hoping to find clothes for spring. I never like going to stores with anticipation of finding something because then I don't. Although this day was different, I went in hoping to find various things and left with a big smile.
My first find was very exciting. It's this vintage blouse with really cool detailing on the shoulders. I'm pretty sure I've seen a very similar shirt, but i can't remember where :/ It was a steal for $4.99
After looking around for awhile, it didn't seem like I would find anything else but then my mom showed me this shirt. It's nice and lacy which is ideal for spring. The best thing about the shirt is that it is from H&M, it's hard to get your hands on their clothing since the nearest H&M is in either Missouri or Arizona and their online store doesn't ship to the US. The shirt was only $2.99
I also found another lacy white shirt from Gap, which was $3.99
As I continued browsing, I found this really cute wrap around tank top. I saw that the price was $5.99 and was skeptical on buying it. I bought it because my mom thought it was really cute as well, so I decided to splurge on it. When I got home I decided to google the brand, which is Tocca. I found a similar style shirt for $167, so I'm glad I purchased it.
I found this vintage vest from Chico's that I think is very Southwestern, and I love Southwestern inspired clothing. I think it'll be good for the summer time.
I found this tee from Laos, and I think it's really cool looking. I think I'm going to reconstruct it, since I absolutely hate wearing tee shirts and it fits me kinda big.
The last thing i found, is this raincoat. It's a Tara Jarmon for Target and it was only $3.99. I really like the floral pattern it has, which is perfect since spring is coming up and it's been raining way more than normal here.
Funny, I just noticed that most of the clothes I got are light colors; I mainly wear black and gray.
Oh, and before I forget, I'm including a picture of the other vintage necklace I bought at the flea market.