Vintage Haul

Hauls, What I Wore

As you all know ( or don’t know) I am in love with everything vintage! I thrift a ton of my clothing because I just love pieces with a story. My favorite fashion era is the fifties because I adore the prim and proper, put together look that women had back then, but I am in love with clothing from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s as well.

Recently I found out that one of the coolest thrift shops in my area is closing for good! This made me extremely sad but I found a silver lining in that they are having a fifty percent off everything sale! So Last week I headed on down to the store and picked up a few vintage gems of my own before it’s all over.

I ended up buying two skirts but wanted to buy so much more. The first one is this 70s plaid number that fits me like a glove. It feels just like I am wearing a blanket but was easily paired with my sunny yellow top and mittens, and my cape style jacket.

Next up was this long pleated skirt of my favorite color. I love the quality of this skirt and the fact that it is so full, but my favorite part would have to be the pockets! I was actually so inspired by this skirt that I decided to create a bunch of different looks with it as soon as I brought it home. This denim jacket and sneakers look is just one of the five looks that you can look out for in a later post.

Though I am sad such an amazing shop is closing for good, I fully intend on going back and taking full advantage of the deals and steals to come! What are some of your favorite eras for fashion? Let me know down below!

A Very Merry Christmas Shopping Haul


I went Christmas shopping for the first time this season yesterday and it was quite overwhelming. I thought I had come prepared with a list of people to shop for and even some ideas of what to get. But nothing could have prepared me for the overwhelming urge to buy things for myself. And that hot heavy desire hit me like a ton of bricks yesterday.

Our first stop was Tj maxx which is a freaking wonderland that I can very rarely resist. Ninety nine percent of the time I come here I end up buying something so I am proud to have only bought these Lucky Brand earrings that I was in the market for anyway.


Our next stop was Old Navy and while I don’t often shop at Old Navy or find it all that appealing, they happened to be having a huge sale which was a total game changer. I bought myself only one thing but I am still not proud. 

These navy pin stripe pants are amazingly comfortable yet sophisticated (and on sale). I also got a Nicks t shirt for my brother so it evens out.


Ulta seemed like a necessary stop for my secret Santa gift for my coworker. But it turns out, twenty five dollars doesn’t get you as far as you’d think it would there. I gave up early on the secret Santa front and decided to go somewhere else for that. However, I did manage to score some much needed eyeliner and face lotion. 


At this point in time we had been shopping for so long that I had forgotten to eat lunch. By the time I realized it was nearly dinner time and I was famished. A quick stop at Panera Bread remedied that, then it was back to shopping. 

Now this last part is super embarrassing so prepare yourselves. WE WENT BACK TO TJ MAXX.  Now I know what you’re thinking: “that’s disgusting, there was seemingly no logical reason to go to TJs again.” But that’s where you’re wrong. 

You see, we went to a different Tj maxx full of hope and new possibilities. Here I did actually find my secret Santa gift. An Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighting palette, matching makeup brush, and Bath bombs. 


I also got the Levi’s denim jacket (pictured above) for my brother and a sweater for my boyfriend. Last but not least I rounded it out with, you guessed it, more stuff for me. I got these cute wide leg plaid pants that my kitty Hank couldn’t get enough of. And lastly, this super soft sweater which is just as fashionable as it is comfortable.

All in all it was a pretty successful day. Even with all of the selfish purchases I still managed to get some Christmas shopping done. Plus there is always next time! Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Let me know down below.