Thrifty Christmas


When I saw this leopard print dress, I knew I had to have it. Leopard is like a neutral to me – I pair it with almost anything.


 This time, I paired this thrifted dress, purse and earrings with newer items I already had in my wardrobe.

I have never been one of those people that always needs to be photographed in something new. I do not mind wearing the same things, and re-styling them to make them work for different occasions. I can wear the same dress to the office, club and to church and it’ll look different each time.

As I get older, I’m more interested in investing wardrobe staples that can be paired with cheaper trendy items. I think it is kind of pointless to buy something that I can only wear for one or two seasons. I need timeless additions to my wardrobe that I can spice up with trendy accessories or statement pieces.

http://finessecurves.comI think clashing prints and textures gives an outfit more dimension. I am trying to “grow up,” and work with solid palettes, but I am not certain that I will ever be able to give up all things loud, printed, vintage-looking or kitschy.


Be thrifty, but not covetous.


Style Notes:

Dress: Thrifted

Purse: Thirfted

Earrings: Thrifted

Belt” Wet Seal +

Shoes: Lane Bryant

Cardigan: H&M


8 Comments Add yours

    1. Thank you.

      Happy holidays!


  1. Dana Fashina says:

    love it.


    1. Thanks, chica!


  2. platedujour says:

    Agree with Dana, lovely dress! Happy Holidays 🙂


    1. Thanks for stopping by. Happy holidays!


  3. It makes me sooooo happy that you thrifted this fab dress and some of the accessories! Fabulous look. You’re kiilling it!


    1. Thanks! The ironic thing is: I NEVER find great stuff while thrifting, because they never have the good stuff in my size.

      It’s getting better, though…

      Thanks for stopping by!


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