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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Thrifted and Striped (1970s on Trend)

If you ask me my favorite place to shop, I have trouble picking just one store.  The main reason for that is because I love exploring thrift shops and places like Plato's Closet to find entirely unique pieces.  

These amazing striped, bell-bottom pants are from Plato's Closet and were only six dollars.  You can't get better than that!  The era? Bellbottoms and turtlenecks...you tell me.  Or just look at the title.
Being in college, I can get lazy with getting ready in the morning.  This amazing weather inspired me to put together some of my favorite spring wardrobe pieces.  The pants were the star of this outfit, but this cropped turtleneck pulled everything together.
My necklace was from a friend, and I don't remember where she got it from but I will link similar ones below!  I am, of course, wearing my favorite tan jacket from Guess.  I kept the fur lining off of it for today.

I mentioned in an earlier post how much I loved the Vivid Matte lip colors from Maybelline, and I think this shade (Rebel Red) really pulled my outfit together.  I love how classic a bright red looks, especially when contrasted with more modern pieces.
Living in a city gives me some pretty interesting backdrops.  Notice the graffiti on the ground outside of my house.  Classy.

I wish I had the energy to bike to class...but I stick to a good old Rutgers bus most of the time.  We have to travel between five different campuses to get to class, which can be a struggle, but I love how I never get bored of seeing the same buildings everyday.
How cool is this firehouse?  Its one of the oldest buildings in New Brunswick, and I pass it everyday on my way to class. 

I hope you're a little more inspired to check out Plato's Closet and thrift shops in your area!  I find that those stores are really hit or miss, so even if the first one doesn't have great pieces keep on looking!

Happy Shopping!


~Stephanie~

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