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If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you probably already know how much I love to thrift store fashion and shop second hand. Thrifting is so much fun, and it became even more efficient when I discovered thredUP a few years ago.
In case you’ve never heard of thredUP, it’s an online thrift store. You can buy from and sell to them. It’s a great way to get rid of items you don’t want while finding new thrift store fashion pieces for your wardrobe. I’ve been shopping on the site for years, and I’ve been selling to them for nearly the same amount of time. When you order a clean out kit, they send you a large bag folded into an envelope. You pack your items into the bag and send it back to them. It comes with a pre-affixed paid label, so all you have to do is either take it to the post office or schedule a pick up at your house.
I recently had a really good clean out kit, and I had a pretty large credit in my account from that. It came at the right time, since I’ve been looking for more thrift store fashion items to add to my wardrobe for fall. I’m always checking out the new arrivals page on thredUP, and one day I hit the jackpot. Since you can filter out the brands you like, I found a ton of LOFT and Ann Taylor pieces along with a pair of Boden pants.
Since thredUP is consignment, the pieces I purchased are no longer available. Of course, there are no items to link to, but this will give an idea of the thrift store fashion you can find on their site.
Ann Taylor LOFT Sleeveless Blouse and Ann Taylor LOFT Cardigan
I paired these together simple to minimize the amount of pictures. I don’t actually think they look good together. 🙂 This lace blouse is exactly what I’ve been looking for, and it fits amazingly well! This sweater is a little itchy, so I’ll have to pair it with a long sleeve button-up. This will be perfect for work.
Ann Taylor Cardigan
I’ve been wearing this cardigan with a long sleeve top. It’s been great for work, when I want an extra layer but I don’t want to add a lot of bulk.
Ann Taylor Blouse
This is one item I’m not entirely sure about. The fit is a little snug in the front, but I love the detail on the back. Plus, the color is gorgeous for this time of year. It’s a hard call on whether I should return it, but for now it’s staying.
Ann Taylor 3/4 Sleeve Blouse
This isn’t exactly a ‘fall’ color, but I love the details on the sleeves and hem. This could work in a fall/winter outfit, especially if it’s paired with navy.
Ann Taylor LOFT Long Sleeve Blouse
This top is not something I normally purchase, but the pattern was hard to pass up. I love the pattern, but it does have a frumpy cut. It really needs to be paired with either skinny jeans or flares, but I just happened to be wearing boyfriend jeans on this day. When I figure out how to style this top, I’ll definitely share it either here or on Instagram.
Ann Taylor LOFT Pullover Sweater and Boden Casual Pants
Last but not least, the only piece that’s not from Ann Taylor! This sweater is obviously Ann Taylor LOFT, and I’m not entirely sold on it yet. I love the color and it’s comfortable, but the sleeves are a little weird. Only time will tell if I keep this, but for now it’s staying. These pants are from Boden, and I love them. They need to be hemmed about 4 or 5 inches (basically, the entire length of the ankle zipper). I knew these weren’t petite when I ordered them. They are thick, pull-on pants that are insanely comfortable. It’s so easy to hem pants, I really couldn’t ask for a better deal on work pants.
What about you? Do you also like thrift store fashion? If you do, what have you found lately?