There are no words for how obsessed I am with this dress and I can not believe I found it at VV boutique. It’s BCBG so it was “pricey” for Value Village which is why I think it was still there. I love the white gothic lace feel. It still gives me that witchy vibe without feeling demonic, if you get what I mean. This dress is megaaaa hot so it’s not exactly a “Summer” dress so it’ll be great for late summer early fall. I see this dress working best for a garden party, baby shower, dinner party (if you’re careful) unfortunately not a wedding.
Something about navy and white striped anything that gives you a nautical feel. I really like pairing something like this was deep cherry red pop of accesories or nails and keep everything else super neutral. I’ve had these shorts for a few years so unfortunately you can no longer find them at joe. Though I wish they would re-do this design because they’re so comfortable and I wish I had bought more. They’re we’re only $39 and they’re silk, like hello! I also wish I had bought the matching top but you live and you learn right! I found this top at Value Village and instantly wanted to pair it with these shorts. So, who has a boat I can hop aboard?
I got this suit through my good friend that works with H&M. She gets invited to the sample sales they have usually each season and always brings me some goodies. This suit is mt number one fave thing she got me. I can’t wear the ruffled shirts that are in style because I’m pretty busty, but somehow this bather fits and works really well. I am obsessed with the gingham print, super easy to mix and match with my other black separates which is important to me with swim. I like mixing pieces together.
I finally got to break out this suit at this amazing cottage we rented through Air BnB up in the Kawartha Highlands near a town called Coboconk. One day of not so great weather but to be up north it’s not such a bad trade.
Value Village top, Levi’s shorts, H&M shoes, Value Village bag, Marc Jacobs sunglasses
This whole outfit is very “thrifty”. Either from value Village or on heavy sale, or found a discount store. I love a good deal! I like to invest in key pieces that will last me forever but when it comes to “trends” finding them at a deal is important. I’ve been really into this gingham trend lately and found this top at VV boutique and I was so surprised to find this piece there. It’s definitely an at home made piece, no tags or branding which made me want to buy it even more. I’m really into the floral detailing, it reminds me of something you would find on the Revolve website. Through blogging lately I’ve noticed how much of my wardrobe is either from VV or thrifted of which I love. I think all together this entire outfit cost less than $50! Win.