Sadly, I couldn't find any hidden treasures in this pile
but I did do them a favour by refolding everything and categorizing it into pants, tops, bathing suits, etc.
I'm helpful that way.
Note to thrift store entrepreneurs: Jasper is ripe for harvest. Some lovely vintage, some steals, some clothing swaps - would be awesome! My family and I wore our thrifted pieces throughout our vacation, which is inevitable now that most of my wardrobe is second-hand and my kids are heading in the same direction. Here are some of my fave shots of our thrifts on vacation!
Any true nature princess paints her nails, wears a dress and brings her unicorn to play in the wild.
Location: Athabasca Riverbank
Dress $4 VV Boutique
Patterned shorts at least gave me some style amidst the chic European tourists at Athabasca Falls.
Here I am down stream at our rocky picnic locale.
Crocs. I'm sorry but seeing you here is too much for me to bear.
I can do better, even while camping.
Raincoats from VV, $6ish a-piece from VV Boutique.
The rain didn't stop her from petting a grizzly. Grizzly hide, that is, as opposed to this...
This was the real deal on the road near our campground.
We heard a bear cannon shortly after, thankfully!
This $6 towel dress was purchased on my very first VV Boutique trip!
Location: Edith Lake beach where my family also did some canoeing...
Swim shirt $4 VV Boutique
Matching suit $5 VV Boutique makes for a melt-your-heart natural-born paddler.
Big brother braves the cold pool at Miette Hot Springs
$3.50 swim shorts VV Boutique
The view at Miette is amazing!
Mother and daughter in thrifted swim wear!
Mine $9.10, hers $4 VV Boutique
Why isn't there a hot spring in my back yard?