Hi guys! I recently placed an order at thredUP because I was in desperate need for some fall and winter sweaters. It is safe to say that 90% of my wardrobe still looks like I live in Florida, even though I relocated to the Pacific Northwest well over a year ago. It is really hard for me to get out and about to shop for clothes, especially thrift store shopping, with my toddler so I found thredUP to be super helpful in the fact that it is essentially online thrift store shopping. I can’t wait to share with you a few of my favorite pieces I found!
You can take the girl out of the south, but you can’t take the south out of the girl. Yes it is fall and I am trying to buy some wedges. Listen… I can’t help it. I saw these amazing Vince Camuto wedges and loved them so much that I couldn’t let the deal slip through my fingers. I got them home and they are safe and sound in my closet just ITCHING for the Spring and Summer months to return.
My absolute favorite top that I bought was this Ann Taylor sweater. THe front is a regular run of the mill sweater but the back has silk panels that are button down. YES. BUTTONS DOWN THE BACK. Maybe I am a little too excited over this but I am very plain. I have a large chest so buttons down the front are just a HUGE no-no for me. I finally can have buttons again. YAY.
I am not a big purple fan, but this light purple Gap sweater was just calling out to me. I am so glad I got it because it is super comfy and fits me GREAT.
Camel is a color that I have been drawn towards since way back when. When you look through pictures from my junior and sophomore year in high school, I think that more than half of them will be me wearing this beautiful color. Mostly because I had a pair of leopard print shoes that I adored and that color just meshed so well with the fun print.
Last but not least is this really amazing chunky knit sweater from gap. I love a nice cozy top and this sweater just screams comfortable, am I right? The slits on the bottom side give it a little something extra.
Let me tell you about the coolest part of this little haul. The amount that I DIDN’T spend. The retail value of all of the pieces I bought would have been well over $350 and because I went the thrifty ThredUp route I saved 73%. That is AMAZING you guys.
You can score awesome deals too because they always have coupon codes available. A few of the ones I was able to find right now are as follows:
Tell me in the comments below: Have you ever shopped at thredUP before? If not then WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR!?!?!
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