Thrifting Adventure

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Jean shirt-thrifted/ Dress- Forever 21/ Shoes- H&M/Bookbag- Target

 

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Cardigan- Forever 21/ Shirt- Target/ Skirt- Target/ 

 

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Jewlery- Forever 21

 

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   We started are adventure at Goodwill and looked for something that caught our eye. We went dressed relaxed in a homeless/ boho look, a very relaxed comfortable look. Always best for shopping because your in comfortable shoes so you can shop till you drop and defiantly more convent for trying on garments. I always keep in mind anything can be cute, if paired and accessorized the right way. I came out of goodwill today with some high wasted white jean Chicos, I cant wait to rock them.

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Then we went to locally own thrift shops and antique boutiques, where we Discovered this great vintage satchel in wonderful shape. As well as some high waisted Levis to cut into shorts for the summer and possibly bleach them, will see where the wind takes us. 

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Long sleeve pink and white stripe blouse- Loft/ Cardigan- Loft/ Necklace- Loft

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To end our shopping day on a sweet note we went to Gabriel’s for lunch and dessert. Today was a success and might I add how fashionably cute my mom looks with her J crew style going on. Theres a cool story behind the restaurant owners, heres a snip it of their story on their page:

“Since 1989, Johnnie Gabriel has been in the business of baking. It could be said that Johnnie’s talent for cooking and baking is genetic, with one of America’s favorite cooks, Paula Deen, as her cousin. But Johnnie’s baking career did not begin as a conscious choice.

She along with husband, Ed, began baking on nights and weekends to supplement their income during the tough times, a recession and college tuition bills can bring. Johnnie had watched her mother and grandmother bake desserts and cook meals for their family, and reasoned that she too could make enough cakes to make a difference.”

Check out the rest on their:

websitehttp://www.gabrielsdesserts.com/story.html

 

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