Walk of shame

How to add to your wardrobe without spending a lot of money? The answer lies in a new phenomenon called shared economy. But in fashion, it is actually not that new - we used to call it vintage shopping, as a finer word for 2nd hand. Back when I lived in Barcelona there were so many great shops dedicated to finding hidden treasures from time-pockets. But ever since I moved to Dallas, I haven't seen any shops similar to that. It puzzled me to begin with, but then I realized, that here - we have garage sales or estate sales. A completely new experience to me - but if you are patient and bring your good eye, you will be able to do some amazing vintage discoveries. And since the retail industry is one of the most damaging industries to our environment, it is not only good for your wallet, it is good for our planet as well. I have to call that a double win!

How to save money and have great style
How to save money and have great style
How to save money and have great style
How to save money and have great style
How to save money and have great style
How to save money and have great style
How to save money and have great style
This dress I found in a vintage shop in Denton. It is beaded with pearls and the base fabric is a silk mesh. The designer is Lillie Rubin, and has quite the 1920's vibe to it, but I fell in love on the spot. I couldn't believe the work that had gone into this dress, and when I looked at the price, it was 20$! There was only one decision to make - she had to be mine <3 Find some similar styles that I love here - here and here.

This dress I found in a vintage shop in Denton. It is beaded with pearls and the base fabric is a silk mesh. The designer is Lillie Rubin, and has quite the 1920's vibe to it, but I fell in love on the spot. I couldn't believe the work that had gone into this dress, and when I looked at the price, it was 20$! There was only one decision to make - she had to be mine <3 Find some similar styles that I love here - here and here.