I borrowed this kimono from my sister, who found it scrolling through Etsy. She is a talented little bargain shopper, often receiving compliments on clothes she finds digging through the 10 cent Goodwill bins. This black triangle scarf won her heart at a community thrift store during her time in San Francisco. Sharing clothes is something we hope to one day conquer, but have not mastered yet. We have different styles but love sharing a few pieces, they just rarely make it back to their original home.
Moral of the thrift shop finds; dig through. Another person’s junk really could be your next favorite treasure. Thrift finds are real. They can be a miss, but always worth the hits. My best tip is to go frequently, taking your time because you never know what’s going to be hidden in those racks. Persevere, good style can come at affordable prices.
continue venturing wild & free,
BRANDS: COMMUNITY THRIFT SF, FREE PEOPLE, NORDSTROM, SHEVAMPS ETSY