I am head to toe thrifted today... dress, cardi and shoes! I love that.
This little dress has been a star in my outfit rotation all spring and summer and now I'm wearing it into the fall as well. For the fall and winter, as the temperature drops, I will add tights and my leather jacket. There is no tag on this dress telling me who made it or what fabric it is. That happens from time to time with thrifted clothing, the previous owner removes itchy tags... which is fine by me.
My cardigan is JCrew. This cardigan is simple and goes with everything!
My shoes, from Old Navy were a gift from my favorite sister... and she thrifted them! Perfect.
This may be a pretty standard but cute outfit, however with a price tag of under ten dollars...for everything...it just got a whole lot cuter.
To celebrate finishing my stash busting challenge, I wanted to share my stash with you! So now for my very first giveaway!! Wahoo!
As I was digging through my stash, I came across this piece of fabric that you might remember from the MMM challenge. Well, I still have a 2meter piece that I would love to give to one of my readers!
So if you would like to be put into the draw for this fabric, it's easy.... just leave a comment, with your name, below. Remember that anonymous is not your name...
One entry per person please because I am doing this draw the old fashioned way... you know...your names in a hat thing....no worries... I'll pick a nice hat.
Anywhoo... check back on Wednesday, September 11 to congratulate the winner!
UPDATE: This draw is open internationally and I failed to make that clear...opps sorry. Anyone is welcome to enter!
ooo! Yes please! I loved that fabric when I first saw it. Thanks for the opportunity to make something from it.ReplyDelete
I love the dress and if you can get something thats thrifted, all the better.ReplyDelete
It strikes me as strange that there are no tags in it. I have taken home sewn garments to the thrift store only to be turned away because there were no tags. I wonder how they knew what size it was...
I love that fabric, and I love the dress that you made. Please put my name in the hat for next week!
Another great economical outfit! :) You have "an eye" for finding clothes that suit you so well. And I love those shoes! What a special sister.ReplyDelete
Please enter me in your giveaway. Lovely fabric and you picked a great pattern to showcase it.
Those shoes are adorable!! Love this fabric. Please enter me for the giveaway!! :)ReplyDelete
Hi fabric twin! You know I'm entering your awesome giveaway.ReplyDelete
I can't believer that whole fabric is thirfted! It's so chic!
Thrifty finds are my favorite! I could happily spend hours sifting through the thrift store, garment by garment! Your whole outfit looks great...and I would love to win some fabric!ReplyDelete
Your outfit is so cute, I love the shoes! I would love to win the fabric, thanks for doing a giveaway :)ReplyDelete
I love that fabric. I don't really need more fabric, but I want it! You look so classy in everything you wear!ReplyDelete
That deep blue is really gorgeous on you! No entry into the giveaway for me thank you, just wanted to pop in and admire your cute outfit :)ReplyDelete
Oh, the fabric is gorgeous and in my colour! I would love to win it, thanks for hosting the giveaway.ReplyDelete
I haven't left a comment before but I am an enthusiastic Bloglovin follower here.ReplyDelete
I love everything you make and especially love that it doesn't have to cost a small fortune.
I'm returning to dressmaking after a long break. Now I feel like a total beginner but it is fun.
If the draw is open internationally I would love to enter.
Thank you :)
Yes! It's open internationally! Welcome!Delete
Good on you and your whole stashbusting adventure. You've really inspired me :-) both to bust my stash and to start thrifting more. Those shoes are just gorgeous! I'd love to enter your fabric giveaway. All the best, Christina :-)ReplyDelete
I love that fabric. Your outfits are always so pretty. lorlie(at) rogers.comReplyDelete
You are so generous. I don't need to be in the drawer but just had to comment on that thrifted outfit. Those shoes are great!ReplyDelete