Today’s I’m lucky enough to have guest post with Steffy of Steffy’s Pros and Cons.Her blog is becoming my favorite go to source for thrifted/vintage wardrobe inspiration. Adding thrifted items into your wardrobe can be tricky at times, but if you take Steffy’s approach of anything goes, you’ll be just fine. Stefanie has provided a few images for inspiration as well as a tips for styling. Hope you enjoy her style as much as I do. Welcome Steffy!! ♥
Hey cuties! My name is Steffy and I run the blog Steffys Pros and Cons. I am so excited to be here on The Veda House, and thank you so much Cassie for featuring me! I am going to share with you a few summer outfits that are fully thrifted to give you some ideas when you find yourself in a thrift store completely lost (it happens, don’t fret!)
(vintage pleated dress, vintage bag, thrifted sandals)
OUTFIT 1: This dress was one of my luckiest finds. If you find a dress that also looks great with a cropped top over it (like this one).. which usually works with most pleated dresses… BUY IT. This dress can be worn as a dress or as a skirt, and that is awesome!
(vintage hat, vintage polka dot dress, vintage bag, vintage heels)
OUTFIT 2: Anytime I am thrifting, I always am on the lookout for retro looking patterns that pop out at me. That is exactly how I stumbled upon this beautiful polka dotted dress! The hat is also vintage… if by chance you find a cheery item you can wear with many different outfits, never pass it up!
(thrifted striped tee, vintage plaid skirt, vintage bag, vintage loafers)
OUTFIT 3: This outfit is mostly thrifted. I decided to be bold and pair stripes with plaid, as well as bright colors with other bright colors! When you are in the thrift store, be brave! What is the fun in thrifting if you aren’t going to leave with one-of-a-kind, vibrant and unique items?
I hope I could teach you a thing or two about vintage/thrifted clothing, and how to pick it out! Make sure you hope on over to MY STORE- tea and tulips, because most of these items are for sale in my store!
Thanks Steffy! We really appreciate you sharing a little bit of your thrifting knowledge with us. Let’s be brave people, and pair stripes with plaid!