Thrifted OOTD: The No Fleas Market

Thrifted OOTD: The No Fleas Market

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Yesterday, I went into New Orleans with Brandon and we visited the No Fleas Market, a resale shop which supports animal welfare. When someone donates clothing, they choose which animal rescue they would like the profits to go towards. I got this great long sweater there, and Brandon found a sportcoat and hoodie. I may turn him into a thrift shopper yet!

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Shirt: Goodwill Outlet (Originally Weavers) $2
Skirt: Goodwill (Originally Forever21) $2.99
Shoes: Goodwill (Originally NY & Co) $3
Sweater: No Fleas Market (Originally 525 America) $6
Earrings & Necklace Set: Walmart $8
Total: $21.99

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I’m really happy to be posting on this blog again.

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Happy thrifting,
Molly

Thrifted OOTD: My art show

Thrifted OOTD: My art show

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Friday was the opening of my college’s BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) show. Several of my graphic design pieces were on display!

I love any excuse to dress fancy, so I broke out the velvet. The dress actually has a beautiful open back, but I forgot to photograph it unfortunately.

Dress: Dirt Cheap (Originally Apt. 9) $2.50
Necklace and earring set: Walmart $7.99
Shoes: Goodwill (Originally Alex Marie) $3
Total: $13.49

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My mom, Melissa, and boyfriend, Brandon, are also looking great, but they didn’t get their clothes from Goodwill! :P

Thrifted OOTD: Mini beach vacation

Thrifted OOTD: Mini beach vacation

On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, John and I went to Bay St. Louis for an unexpected mini beach vacation! Their downtown area was really charming, there were antique shops, gift shops, and little cafes.
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Dress: Goodwill (Originally Next Up) $2
Shoes: Garage Sale (Originally Earth Spirit from Walmart) $2
Belt: Goodwill (No brand) $1.99
Purse: Fossil – $50
Total: $55.99

Oops…..my purse is not very thrifty. It was a birthday present to myself two years ago!

Thrifted OOTD: Mother’s Day Biking

Thrifted OOTD: Mother’s Day Biking

For Mother’s Day, my mom wanted to go bike riding. “That’ll be great,” I thought foolishly, “I will look so cute on our fun little day trip!” 20 miles and four hours later….I realized I was wrong.

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Shirt: Garage sale (Originally Heartsoul) – $0.75
Shorts: Garage sale (Originally J. Crew) – $2.00
Belt: Goodwill (No brand) – $1.99
Shoes: Garage sale (Originally Earth Spirit from Walmart) – $2.00
Backpack: Goodwill (No brand) – $2.99
Bird skull necklace: Gift from Dad and Andrea <3 – $0
Total: $9.73

That backpack is SOOOOO 90's, I love it! The 90's are making a comeback in my mind, but I'm not sure that everyone else agrees. This was pretty helpful on the bike trip, it was lightweight and small but could still fit everything I needed.
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And this is how the trip ended. It’s quite possible that I died and my spirit is writing this post right now. 20 miles…..it was crazy!!!
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OOTD: My umbrella matches my cardigan!

OOTD: My umbrella matches my cardigan!

Good afternoon! I didn’t know today would be so icky and rainy when I got dressed. Lucky for me, I happened to choose a navy and white sweater that matches my umbrella. I didn’t even realize til later!

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Sweater: Goodwill (Originally Sparkle & Fade) – $2.99

Cardigan: Goodwill (Originally Mossimo Supply Co. from Target) – $2.99

Jacket: Christmas gift two year ago from Dad and Andrea…thanks! Love you guys! – $0

Jeans: Goodwill (Originally Noble) – $2

Socks: Walmart – $6

Boots: Goodwill (Originally Merona from Target) – $4.99

Purse: Goodwill (Originally Mossimo Supply Co. from Target) – $2.99

Large ring: gift from sister Penny…thanks girl! – $0

Small rings: eBay (Hong Kong wholesale) – 4 for $0.99

Necklace: Gift this Christmas from again, Dad and Andrea! – $0

Total: $22.95

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If you’re interested in the necklace, it comes from the etsy store Moon Raven Designs (http://www.etsy.com/shop/mrd74?ref=top_trail). A quote from the artist:

“I used the real skull to make a mold into which I cast a medium which shrinks proportionally as it cures. From that prototype casting, I made another silicone mold of the now miniaturized skull and cast a resin version that was sent off to my local foundry to be copied in hard metal. This little fellow is totally three dimensional, even the bottom has the detail of the original.”

Peace!
Molly