Thursdays are for Thrifters and that means a new thrift haul video. This one features the most amazing coat I've ever owned! Spoiler alert: it's actually a robe. Check it out below and follow my youtube channels for more thrifty finds!
Here's the second installment of thrift finds with Jaime. Vintage, Free People, fun boho prints, and lots more great deals!
Today's post isn't about thrifting. Shocking, isn't it? Instead, I'm showing off and reviewing a few little treasures sent to me from tosave.com, an online retailer that focuses on low, wholesale, priced, goods. They have a little bit of everything, but when they recently contacted me and asked me to pick out some pieces to review, of course I went straight for the clothes and jewelry. While I was lucky enough to get these pieces for free, they're incredibly affordable. They ship from China, which can sometimes be a nightmare as far as shipping times go, but these items arrived in less than three weeks. Here's a quick look at what they sent me!
|Dress: ToSave.com (free), Robe: Thrifted, Vintage from Victoria's Secret, 50 Cents. Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell Pixie Patch Wedges, from eBay, apx. $40. Thrifted hat, 50 Cents. Thrifted Sunglasses by Dr. Peepers, 50 Cents. Thanks to Indi of IndiPhoto for snapping a quick iphone pic of me in this dress.|
Super Mini, Yellow Velvet Dress: This dress is SHORT. I'm talking it's almost of a tunic, short. I'm 4'10, so if it's this is short on me, it's going to be obscene on taller girls. Cute, vibey, very soft, but almost too short to wear as a dress (you can see above how I tried). I definitely would not recommend wearing this without tights. I wanted to show you just how short it was, so I went sans-tights in the photo and darkened it a bit to obscure the um...personal nature of the picture😍. I would say to buy this with the intention of wearing it as a tunic with tights underneath. The fact that it's so current and soft is what saved this dress and made it something I'll keep in my closet. I would also recommend going up a size because this is a pretty tight fit.
Various Chokers: I requested one set of ten various chokers and one silver and faux turquoise one I fell in love with when perusing the website. For the price you pay for these, they're more than sufficient. I will say though, that the tattoo style choker broke when I tried to put it on. But overall, they were serviceable. Some of the fasteners are a little hard to work and many of them are on the opposite side you would expect, making it difficult to fasten for right-handed people (I'm trying to overlook this cause I'm sure left handed people think the same thing every time they put on a necklace). So, serviceable, sufficient, cute, current, styles.
I tried to wear all of the chokers this week and snapped some quick selfies so you could seem them on.
You can get these looks at ToSave and be sure to visit their sister site, Rose Hair Extensions.
*****Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Dress and necklaces provided by ToSave.com for review purchases. Opinions and reviews are not influenced by provider. *****
I filmed this thrift haul with my friend Jaime a while back and today it's going out into the world. Lots of vintage bags, Anthro, cozy sweaters, and long dresses in this one!