... and I have a completely valid excuse for this spring-veered outfit.
It sounds crazy, but I had a dream where I went through a day's events and everything seemed totally normal. Including the weather report that "tomorrow will be sunny and 70!" so naturally I woke up super pumped and wore this.
Alright, now I have said before that I'm currently quite addicted to thrifting...
and I was not kitten.
Introducing the Windbreaker & Leather Belt
It has so many fun pockets with clips and rings for attaching life-saving items (or just whatever) adding to its utility look. I love that the color is so versatile for many outfits, and the zipped in hood is WAY cool.
The pictures do not do the olive justice.
Leather Belt: Kenneth Cole
The color is what grabbed me initially. The silver buckle was so cute. The quality leather sold me. What more can I say, this belt is so classic!
I've already worn the jacket on several occasions, mostly to test it out. Who knew, windbreakers really live up to their name!
*I apologize beforehand for the poor picture quality*
You've already seen the Harry Potter inspired scarf that I thrifted, but did you know I also carried a load of other goodies home?
Well, now you do!
I'm beyond excited to start off the new year with these staples. I still have a wishlist of necessary clothes, however I'm more than satisfied with these. Be ready for many outfits including one (if not as many as I can layer) of these! Bear with me, the photos don't always do these pieces justice!
All were found at Goodwill, my new thrift go-to. Prices are amazingly low, and the quality is impressively high (if you pay close attention to brand, fabric, and inspection!).
*descriptions of each item and its price are found underneath each group of pictures*
Denim Gap Shorts (less than $3)
Banana Republic Denim Shirt (less than $5)
Banana Republic 100% Silk Victorian-esque Blouse (less than $5)
Polo Jeans Co. [Ralph Lauren] Army Green Shirt (less than $4)