Thirty~Three {What I Wore Wednesday}

I have a problem. First step crossed. I totally dig thrifting. Second step conquered. I don’t want to stop. Third step failed. I so enjoy taking my $21 that’s my limit and  going into the thrift shop and coming out with 7 skirts. Yep, it’s always skirts. Well, except last week when I found the cutest sweater that I cannot wait to show you next week. Anyway, skirts were never a part of my wardrobe until I started hitting the thrift stores, now I can’t get enough. And they’re all so fashionable. I mean they are really trendy pieces, yet oh~so~classic. I don’t know why whoever is getting rid of these skirts is but THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.

What I Wore Sunday {Living Outside the Stacks}

I felt so girly in this outfit. I’ve never really been a tweed girl but when I saw this skirt I simply had to have it. I like it with the cream turtle neck, but I think I could wear it with just about any color sweater and it’d work. Add a denim jacket and it’d be all kinds of funky.

What I Wore Sunday {Living Outside the Stacks}

The one accessory I’m still trying to get used to wearing is a belt. When I look in the mirror, I feel like it’s not doing much for me but when I see myself in pictures, I can see the waist definition. And that’s where I need the most help.

What I Wore Sunday {Living Outside the Stacks}

Can you believe I found that skirt at Goodwill? How cute is it? That bottom ruffle is everything, right? And those tights are from Dollar General! They’re actually sweater leggings.  So warm and cozy.

What I Wore Sunday {Living Outside the Stacks}

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  • HopefulLeigh

    Such a cute skirt! I never thought I’d wear skinny jeans but I found a pair in the spring that fit me well and still feel comfortable. Sold!

    • DaenelT

      Yes! I’m on the hunt for a great fitting pair of jeans and a pair of skinnies. Jeans are so hard for me to find. I like them long in the leg and fitted at the waist.

  • Create Hope Inspire: Miriam

    oh you look SO chic. Love it and the belt is really great. I love that you are thanking people for giving up their skirts! :o ) Thanks for being part of Wardrobe Wednesday and a very Merry Christmas to you.

    • DaenelT

      Thank you, Miriam. Honestly, these skirt are so cute! I cannot imagine why they’re letting them go. But I am grateful.

  • CCs_Cheap_Chic

    You look lovely! And I love thrift stores for skirts – they always have a great selection and for such low prices! ;)

    • DaenelT

      Thank you. For so long I used to complain that our thrift stores were seriously lacking but I think I wasn’t going on the right days. LOL And the prices are great.

  • chandra

    I love a girl who can rock a goodwill find! Not to mention, you went in with a few bucks and came out with an amazing haul! Well done:) And for what it’s worth…I like the belt! Enjoy the rest of your week!

    • DaenelT

      Chandra, my daughter (the 19-year-old) has been begging me to take her forever, now I can’t stay out. LOL Now the rule is payday weekend and $21 max. It feels good to update my wardrobe without spending a ton of money.

  • Amy Zeleznik

    Love the skirt/tights/boot look!! and what a great deal :-)

    • DaenelT

      Thank you. I’m such a boots girl. Especially with socks and a skirt!

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