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National Thrift Day 2018 Haul

It’s been a long time since I’ve done a thrift haul post, so what better way to pick back up than with National Thrift Day.

I actually didn’t go thrifting the day of, but I  went the weekend before. That weekend happened to be tax-free weekend. I might have missed on a few coupons, but I still saved!

I feel like I mainly wore dresses/rompers this summer and don’t have many tops, so that’s what I focused on. I probably should have searched for more fall clothes, but it’s still going to be hot for another couple of months. I’m sure I’ll be back before the weather changes.

I didn’t find anything crazy exciting, just some J.Crew and Theory that I left behind. I found mostly casual and easy to throw on shirts.

Here they are – ->

I almost left this Cotton On bodysuit behind because I wasn’t sure if I would wear it. I decided to go with it because I can just throw it on with jeans.

I saw that they run around $19 and I only paid 89 Cents for it! It was the cheapest thing I bought.

This top is super easy to style for either fall, spring, or summer.

It cost $1.49.

I saw this Fashion Nova off the shoulder blouse peeping out of the extra large section. I tried it on and it fit great. I wear a medium. Don’t be afraid to look at other sizes, as things shrink or people stick items in the wrong place.

Their prices vary and are fairly inexpensive so I couldn’t tell you how much this shirt probably cost. I paid $2.98 for it.

I don’t have much to say about this blouse, just something easy to throw on with jeans.

I paid $1.98.

This is a modern shirt with a vintage vibe to it. I love the lace inlet! I think it’ll be perfect with my vintage Ferragamo’s. They look like a lot like this.

I paid $4.98.

This is just a basic semi-cropped shirt from Topshop. It has an exposed zipper detailing in the back.

Prices at Topshop also vary so I’m not sure what to compare it to, but I do think it was over $20 at one point. I paid $1.98.

I love turtlenecks/mocknecks! I think they’re super sleek and timeless.

This one is from H&M and was $1.98.

I thought this was so adorable! I’m not sure what I’m going to wear it with yet, but I’m going to find something!

This was $4.98.

This looks a little frumpy, but I promise it fits just a little oversized. I also absolutely love the texture and deep burgundy color. It’s Allie-Coosh, a Dallas label. I was excited because their clothes are made here in the U.S. and I know it’s on the pricer side.

Their tops are in the $270’s and this was only $2.98.

This was the most expensive top I bought, it was $6.98. I just really liked the way it fit.

I think I did pretty well for a Saturday trip. (Saturday is the worst day to visit the thrift store.)

Did you go thrifting on National Thrift Day? Or have you been lately?




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