So I had an early day in Wednesday after parent conferences. As a reward , I treated myself to lunch with a friend and wandered around the local goodwill to look for some pieces for my fall wardrobe. I love second hand shopping. It's a great bargain and you can find amazing projects and brands as long as you are willin to invest a little time. I spent about an hour and a half and $65 to come up with a pretty great fall wardrobe. Here's what I got:
Top row from left to right:
aqua washable silk baby doll top by Banana Republic, pink patterned flowing top with flutter sleeves also by Banana Republic, brown satin button-up top with white pin stripes and puff sleeves (brand new) by Charlotte Russe, black short sleeved pinstriped blazer with lace pannel around the waist.
Bottom row from left to right:
Black and grey houndstooth A-line skirt with buttons at the waist by Express Design Studio, hunter green pintucked button up by The Limited, white ruffled button up by Banana Republic.
From left to right: ruffled Mandarin collar navy and silver plaid button up by J Crew, red wool crew neck sweater with pocket by The Gap.
Wool and acrylic tan and ivory striped sweater by The Gap, blue and white striped shirt sleeved Henley by Abercrombie.
Flannel tan plaid scarf by Croft and Barrow
Grey wool shawl collared cardigan with pretty detailing at the bottom hem by The Gap.
What do you think?