Even though I haven’t been blogging officially for majority of the year, I’ve still been doing lots of thrifting for myself and sourcing for my eBay shop. Most of these have been captured on my Instagram but let’s have a look back and put them together into one pretty post!
H&M rug $11 – I think I was a rug dealer in a previous life.
Brass elephant bank $5 – cute little guy!
Starbucks mugs are what I always look for though I find them so often now that I’m more and more conscious about which one’s I bring home with me to keep or to sell. The Bangkok one was only $2 and I am keeping that one as I have been to Bangkok and it’s from the original series.
Although these Miz Mooz shoes are in my size, I bought them to source. The price was abnormally low for the brand which I usually spot priced quite high at Value Village and I knew I could sell them pretty easy – and I did!
These Camper shoes are one’s that I wish were in my size, purchased these to source as Camper retails for around the $150 mark.
These Cole Haan flats are one’s that I’ve gotten a lot of use out of and they were in pristine condition.
I found these Jeffery Campbell flats at a location that I don’t normally go to but ended up liking. It was also the first time that I have spotted Jeffery Campbell though I hope to spot the brand again as these sold very easy for me.
Dolce & Gabbana flats – this was my first time spotting the brand and these flats were in perfect condition. I ended up selling these to a friend after she spotted them on my feed. Basically, I’ve become a personal (thrift) shopper now.
Geox flats – I realized I needed a navy shoe in my wardrobe and then these showed up! I don’t love them but they are brand new, comfy, leather and will do the trick until I find something else.
Cydwoq heels $7 – I’ve spotted this brand before but never in this good of condition or low price. Considering these retail for over $300, are made in USA and seem to sell well on eBay, these were an obvious choice for sourcing – wish me luck!
Plakton sandal $18 – a bit higher of a price but I loved these and will get a lot of use out of them. They are made in Spain with a cork sole that is slightly wedge and look great with almost everything.
Tory Burch cardigan $9 – perfect condition, I bought this to source but it’s still for sale in my eBay shop.
Plenty by Tracy Reese coat $25 – This is a very expensive coat from Anthropologie, though I haven’t quite decided yet if I will be keeping it for the winter season or to sell. As a side note, coral is a colour that works on every skin tone!
Calvin Klein dress $14 – funky pattern and fit like a glove but I’ve since lost a lot of weight so this may be available on my eBay shop in the feature.
Ted Baker peplum dress $18 – Sometimes I wonder why certain garments are donated and this dress is one of them. It was stunning, though too small for me, I was able to sell it very easily on eBay.
French Connection blazer $8 – I love this blazer and have gotten a lot of use out of it.
Benetton trench coat – beautiful coat but it’s still sitting in my to be dry cleaned pile!
Vintage dress – I’ll save this one for something special and fun!
Whistles dress $18 – this dress is incredibly stunning but is a bit hard to photograph all the details, one day I’ll have better pictures of it! Whistles is a brand from the UK and their dresses are around 300 British Pounds… so convert that!
J Crew blouse $8 – this is a recent purchase that I’ve gotten a few uses out of already.
Old Navy dress $14 – love this shade of green but I haven’t worn it just yet!
Viktor & Rolf dress – this is my latest score, unsure if I will keep or sell this one just yet. I didn’t even try it on, I knew that I wanted it and it does fit me. Stay tuned!
That about sums up some of the finds I purchased so far this year, if you follow me on Instagram, I regularly post stories of my thrifts including some of the things I leave behind. I look forward to sharing with you what else I find this year! I always feel so inspired when I thrift, it’s a feeling I can’t put into words just yet. Maybe one day…
Thanks for reading!