I didn't have much time and had to buy my kids old copies of the Guinness Book of World Records to keep them occupied but it scratched an itch nonetheless!
Dresses are my fave place to start in any thrift store. Why? Because dresses are awesome. Go get some.
But I did find an Ann Taylor Loft seer-sucker-ish peplum-y blazer that fit perfectly and had dry leaning tags on it. Looks great with this outfit and perfect for camping. Insert straight faced smiley.
This Mossimo sweatshirt, however, is perfect for camping. Maybe it's a bit, er, young for a 40yo but I don't care. Gray is my comfort colour and I was born on Valentine's Day so I figure that gives me unlimited access to everything heart.
This Lucky Brand tee on the other hand did feel a bit too young for me even though I'm reading a book that is all about a "love rally" (Donald Miller Searching for God Knows What).
Next up a lacklustre leopard-print skirt. It was meh. The style didn't seem contemporary so I left it behind.
Same thing with this blue skirt. I liked the acid-wash vibe (wha???? The mountain air is apparently getting to me) but didn't like the ruffle. I am not a ruffle person. Though apparently I'm an acid-wash person. Learning new things about myself every day.
This Nine West eyelet lace dress had huge potential...unfortunately the nipple area was a problem. You don't need extra fabric there, Nine West, even if you've had three kids and nursed for a hundred years.