Miss u summah

Miss u summah

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I mean SERIOUSLY?!

Best thrifting since Reuse Industries in Athens. Props to Meg+Sharon for sharing the secret and Danielle for driving!
I walked away with a pair of campus boots, some orthopedic grandma shoes, a pair acid washed jeans, a hawaiian print romper, a ridiculous flowered belt, a carpet bag-y purse, a camel winter trench coat, and a red flannel shirt.
That I managed to avoid my gateway drug into thrifting—polyester 70s dresses—and my typical thrifting vices—little boys blazers, bill cosby sweaters, high waisted skirts, and 70s secretary blouses—is a testament to A) how GD amazing this place is and B) the fact that I no longer have a business casual office to dress for. AMEN TO BOTH!
PS. I sadly did not buy the pictured Jordache bodysuit (TAGS ON!!!). See those boxes? There were hundreds of them, with insanely specific labels like “feminine cowboy boots” and “70s wrap skirts” and “corduroy vests” and “kimonos” and “very 80s 80s dresses” and “women’s leather jackets without fringe,” which implies there is another, separate 200 gallon box somewhere containing nothing but “women’s leather jackets WITH fringe.” All of this is to say that I found that bodysuit in a giant box labeled “Women’s formal bodysuits by Jordache.” There were a lot of them in there. 

totes:

I mean SERIOUSLY?!

Best thrifting since Reuse Industries in Athens. Props to Meg+Sharon for sharing the secret and Danielle for driving!

I walked away with a pair of campus boots, some orthopedic grandma shoes, a pair acid washed jeans, a hawaiian print romper, a ridiculous flowered belt, a carpet bag-y purse, a camel winter trench coat, and a red flannel shirt.

That I managed to avoid my gateway drug into thrifting—polyester 70s dresses—and my typical thrifting vices—little boys blazers, bill cosby sweaters, high waisted skirts, and 70s secretary blouses—is a testament to A) how GD amazing this place is and B) the fact that I no longer have a business casual office to dress for. AMEN TO BOTH!

PS. I sadly did not buy the pictured Jordache bodysuit (TAGS ON!!!). See those boxes? There were hundreds of them, with insanely specific labels like “feminine cowboy boots” and “70s wrap skirts” and “corduroy vests” and “kimonos” and “very 80s 80s dresses” and “women’s leather jackets without fringe,” which implies there is another, separate 200 gallon box somewhere containing nothing but “women’s leather jackets WITH fringe.” All of this is to say that I found that bodysuit in a giant box labeled “Women’s formal bodysuits by Jordache.” There were a lot of them in there. 

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Today, we found thrifting mecca. 

Today, we found thrifting mecca. 

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Mine!
Replacing the 9-month-old Steve Madden Tuxxedo oxfords that I have worn to shreds (Let’s also note here that I didn’t bring them to South America, ergo I’ve worn them for all of four months. Not the highest quality, Mr. Madden).
Either way, excitement!

Mine!

Replacing the 9-month-old Steve Madden Tuxxedo oxfords that I have worn to shreds (Let’s also note here that I didn’t bring them to South America, ergo I’ve worn them for all of four months. Not the highest quality, Mr. Madden).

Either way, excitement!

Madewell has a bag called The Griffith Bag! That’s my last name! And its also adorable! But I’m going to refrain myself! I think!

Madewell has a bag called The Griffith Bag! That’s my last name! And its also adorable! But I’m going to refrain myself! I think!

calivintage:

Orchid Grey: Each Waking Hour

Wish i could get away with dressing like this…

calivintage:

Orchid Grey: Each Waking Hour

Wish i could get away with dressing like this…

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calivintage:

calivintage has teamed up with the tailor’s stories vintage boutique to offer you the chance to win a $40 store credit!  the tailor’s stories is a beautiful vintage shop on etsy run by two best friends in los angeles, ca. many of the items in the shop have been expertly altered by a tailor with 20 years of experience so you can expect an updated fit on your vintage styles!
the winner will be announced at calivintage on nov. 1, so please check back to see if you won!

hell yeah I’ll reblog that shit. 

calivintage:

calivintage has teamed up with the tailor’s stories vintage boutique to offer you the chance to win a $40 store credit!  the tailor’s stories is a beautiful vintage shop on etsy run by two best friends in los angeles, ca. many of the items in the shop have been expertly altered by a tailor with 20 years of experience so you can expect an updated fit on your vintage styles!

the winner will be announced at calivintage on nov. 1, so please check back to see if you won!

hell yeah I’ll reblog that shit. 

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My beloved reloj barato didn’t survive scuba diving (duh), so I got a new one. Iz biiiiig. 
Also, Colombia. 

My beloved reloj barato didn’t survive scuba diving (duh), so I got a new one. Iz biiiiig. 

Also, Colombia

Spent literally all of last season looking for this exact bootie, which I eventually deemed nonexistent. Now they exist—and beautifully—and cost $345 when I am very very unemployed. But oh how I want. 

Spent literally all of last season looking for this exact bootie, which I eventually deemed nonexistent. Now they exist—and beautifully—and cost $345 when I am very very unemployed. But oh how I want.