A Thrifting Challenge
(How I Thrift and Where I find the Patience)
I have to be completely honest with you guys! I think these last two blog posts have been my absolute favorite to work on! Styling is obviously one of my favorite things to do but it makes t that much more fun when you have a challenge. Having to find all the pieces I use at a discounted price, or from thrift stores was crazy difficult and that’s why I had to split this post into two parts. I didn’t want to give up, so I didn’t! I originally wanted to do five photos, but because I could only get three done for my original planned deadline, I decided to push myself and find three more to do for this post! I hope you all enjoy these looks and stay tuned for more posts in the future!
If you really like these types of posts please let me know! Send me a message on here letting me know your thoughts. You can also get in touch with me through Instagram and Twitter @taylasnts. Let me know if this is something you would want me to do more often.
Kendall ‘Freaking’ Jenner! Love love love her vintage chic style! She has such an easy style to mimic, so its kind of funny to think she spends thousands of dollars on her full outfits. I enjoyed recreating this simple “Chill day in the City” look and could see myself remaking a lot of her looks!
(Jeans on sale from $54.00, to &19.95. Top Thrifted and cut for $2.00. Heels a hand-me-down)
Hahah. A no face picture is so weird and is actually harder to take than I expected. I found this look on pintrest and thought I would give it a try. These pants are everywhere so they were super easy to find at a thrift store. For you ladies who have a hard time finding outfit inspiration, definitely turn to pintrest!
(Pants were $6.00 thrifted, Coat was a Christmas gift, top was on sale BOGO free at Pacsun)
I just had to do another one of Kelsey Simone’s looks! They are just too good, seriously! So here we go. When I saw that we literally owned the exact same pair of jeans, I felt like there was no choice so I re-made this look. Could you imagine if somehow, some way, she sees this post?
(Jeans on discount at Macys, Sweater thrifted for $12. Jean Jacket on Shein for $14. Bag was a Gift. Belt from H&M for $6)
I hope you all enjoyed both this post and part 1! Like I mentioned earlier, If you want to see more posts like this, dont be shy to let me know. I enjoy doing them so if you enjoy reading them, I will keep making them!
“Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good…All these are the work of one and the same Spirit, and he distributes them to each one, just as he determines.”
1st Corinthians 12: 7&11