The last time I did a fully thrifted outfit, you guys couldn’t believe that the whole thing cost me around $10 from head-to-toe. So unknowingly, I put together this outfit and realized that this week’s look is also fully thrifted as well! I don’t remember the exact price of each piece, but it’s definitely under $25. Let’s break down the outfit a bit more shall we?
Jeans: These were thrifted a few years ago and have currently been one of my go-to pairs for that perfectly worn-in look. For high-waisted jeans, I tend to look in the smallest section of the men’s denim since they usually fit better. But surprisingly, I remember finding this pair in the women’s denim. When looking for denim at the thrift, I tend to scan through them quickly and just pick out the ones where the wash stands out to me the most. I love a light wash denim so that’s what I usually go for. And these ones are PERFECT!
Bodysuit: The lace bodysuit was thrifted quite recently in the lingerie section of my local thrift store. I love going through the lingerie because I’m a sucker for delicate, romantic pieces and the intimates section is full of that! I don’t really look at the bras/undies, but slip dresses, corsets and kimonos are my thing! When I saw this lace bodysuit, I instantly knew I had to have it. I’ve actually been looking for a corset for a while with the intention of pairing it with denim and an oversize blazer/cardigan on top. But when I found this bodysuit and tried it on, I fell in love with how comfortable it was! So much comfier than any corset could ever be. Definitely keep an eye out for these at the thrift and don’t skip out on the lingerie section! Since it’s categorized as sleepwear, lingerie is usually priced way less than most other categories at the thrift store too. I scored this one for only $3!!!
Blazer: Another recent thrift find is this blazer. I’ve been loving the look of delicate lace corsets paired with a strong menswear inspired blazer. They perfectly balance each other out and just look so chic. I’m also loving neutrals lately, so I was instantly attracted to the neutral tan colour of this blazer. Blazers are always a favourite section of mine to go through at the thrift store. I’ve found some amazing ones there from an amazing corduroy boyfriend blazer, to oversized plaid blazers, and everything else in between. You can also have so much fun with a blazer since it can be such a statement piece. And when you’re finding unique ones at the thrift store for next to nothing, why not play around with them and have fun with it? Most of the time the blazers at the thrift will come with massive shoulder pads which you can sometimes cut out easily. With the one I’m wearing, the shoulder pads were hidden by a full lining inside, but I actually think the strong shoulders help balance out the delicate vibe from the neutral colour.
To finish off this outfit, I decided to layer a few of my favourite Mejuri necklaces. You guys know that Mejuri is my go-to for high quality pieces at an affordable price. And who doesn’t love receiving nice jewelry as a gift? Their pieces are the perfect gift-giving option for all the stylish ladies in your life.
So there you have it! Another fully thrifted outfit from head-to-toe with a few of my favourite jewelry pieces mixed in. Let me know in the comments down below what you love to look for when you go thrifting!