Frayed Hem + Thrifted DIY

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on March 30, 2017

DIY Frayed Hem - Thrifting Divay I absolutely love these skinny jeans with the raw hem.  Would you believe it was an easy, thrifty DIY project? Denim trends come and go so quickly that it’s tiring and expensive to keep, but if there’s one type of jean that’s become a modern classic, it’s the artfully destroyed pair. With a hole at the knee or a frayed hem, these are now must have closet staples for the chic fashionista. Continue reading

Red Blazer + Striped Mini Skirt

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on March 28, 2017

Red Blazer - Thrifting Diva Let’s talk about styling red blazers!  If you follow me, you know that I love blazers and wear them often.  I also tend to thrift blazers more often than not as the savings are simply amazing.  Blazers are a must-have pieces of clothing in the closet of every woman.   They can be combined with various clothes and adapted to all sorts of styles – perfect for all occasions.  Continue reading

Polka Dots + Polka Dots

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on March 22, 2017

Thrifting Diva - Polka Dots Polka dots are certainly a retro style, but like all great retro styles, they all come back around for us to enjoy!  Fortunately with so many options available for spring, you are guaranteed to find a piece that fits your personal style, especially at your local thrift and consignment stores.  Continue reading

Dress Up A Basic Sweater + Lace Up Heels

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on March 20, 2017

Here’s one way to make a basic sweater look chic, polished, and very stylish.  I own a ton of sweaters because I am that person who is always cold.  Although spring for most is about ditching the sweaters, I will probably still be wearing my lighter sweaters or a jacket until late June.  But, I am always looking for different ways to dress up my basic sweaters.  Continue reading

Spring Transition + Midi Skirt

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on February 21, 2017

Spring is definitely around the corner, and I cannot wait!  I am a little tired of dressing in sweaters and heavy coats, and ready to shed the “drama” of winter.  However, I should remind some folks that spring is not summer, and while the temps warm up, we still must be aware that there is still some chill in the air.   So, what does one wear while we transition from spring to winter when the weather can be so unpredictable?  Here is one simple style trend that you can make your winter to spring transition easy, and of course, keep you looking your best. Continue reading