My newest additions: metallic boat shoes ($7) and oxfords ($9)
Whenever I'm asked how I like living in our pretty, little town, I always have one thing to say. "I love it, but there's no shopping." It's true. It's takes at least an hour to get to any store worth browsing, even longer to get to my fave stores. However, while we may be missing those particular places I've come to rely on to keep my wardrobe on-trend, we do have great thrift shopping! I have found a number of wonderful gems for ridiculously low prices. So with my mom and sister in town this last weekend, we made the rounds and nabbed some pretty awesome finds. I was so happy with my thrift shopping fortune that I got to thinking about my past thrift stores finds and came to a pleasant realization. I score big on thrifted shoes! Buying shoes second-hand may not be your first choice, it may even gross you out. Honestly, it took me a while to warm up to the idea too. But with a bit of spray to get them fresh and clean before use, I am dancing around with fancy thrifted feet. To help convince you, I decided I would share my thrifted shoes good fortune with you. Here are all the shoes that I've purchased second-hand.
Clockwise from top left: White Mountain, Roxy, Tribeca, Guess,
unknown, L.A.M.B., Asos, Jessica Simpson, Ecote
The Boots. The knee highs were my very first second-hand shoe buy for $5. I have had so many
compliments on them and they are beyond comfortable.
The Sandals. The L.A.M.B. sandals had absolutely no wear on them. $6 baby!
These Jessica Simpson ballet flats were brand new in the box
with tags still on for $12 at Goodwill!
Gotta say... I'm a fan of second-hand! Hehe! Hope you had the very best Mother's Day weekend and wishing you all a warm and wonderful week!