One of my goals for this year was to expand my summer wardrobe, preferably by shopping at the thrift store. Over the past few weeks it’s become apparent that I needed to do so quickly; my summer wardrobe consisted mostly of dark colored t-shirts, which were not particularly pleasant as it began to heat up. After last summer’s less than successful thrift store trips, I started out at Target, where I found a few items that were successful.
|White shirt: $32. Jeans: purchase previously|
|Purple shirt: $29. Khaki shorts: $27|
|Yellow shirt: $12 Green shorts: $24|
On my way home, I decided to stop by Vinnie’s, a thrift store run by the Catholic St. Vincent de Paul society. Here I found a few more items, some of which I really liked.
|White halter: $4. Shorts from Target.|
|Orange shirt: $6. Shorts from Target.|
|Purple dress: $9.|
|Red and white dress:$8. This was my favorite!|
I spent a total of $124 at Target, and $27 at Vinnie’s. My average cost per item was $24.80 at Target, while it was only $6.75 at Vinnie’s, where I found my favorite items of the day. I say it’s Vinnie’s for the win!