This week I’m highlighting some amazing designer handbags that you can get for less than retail price! This site authenticates each bag before posting, so you can purchase with assurance. Let me know what you think!
I’ve found myself being drawn to neutrals this spring – from my new espadrilles, to sundresses and statement earrings. I picked up this top and skirt from consignment stores in Dallas and Miami. Y’all know how much I love consignment shopping and the thrill I get from a deal! The top and skirt originally retailed for around $700 together, but I paid $175 for the look. I’ll give myself a pat on the back for that one :). The top I’ve already worn a handful of times with jeans and shorts. I’ll continue to keep it in my rotation this spring and summer, and I’m excited to style this skirt in other ways too!
Thanks for stopping by! I’ve linked my exact skirt above. Below I’ve added some other skirts with greater size runs, so you can recreate my look! Many on SALE!!!
I had a friend ask me this week, “How do you find such great pieces at consignment stores?” My answer: you just have to go often and with an open mind! My best tips for consignment shopping are to go at the beginning of each season when inventory is fresh and to not look for anything specific. You never know what you may find, and for me, that’s what makes consignment shopping so much fun. It’s a treasure hunt!
Some of my favorite pieces have come from consignment stores including this orange Tory Burch silk dress. The bright colors pop, and the dress is a great transition piece from summer to fall and winter to spring. Unfortunately I couldn’t find it anywhere online, so I encourage you to shop consignment and find your own treasures.
You know as well as I do that Gucci shoes are everywhere these days! Everybody’s wearing them: bloggers, your boss, your neighbor… you name it. Because of this, I decided to highlight their shoes as this week’s Friday Finds. I searched my favorite consignment retailers, and this is just a peak at what’s out there. Shopping consignment is a great way to buy into a trend without paying full price, and let’s be real, full price can be a lot.
You don’t always have to pay full price for designer items, and well of course, I don’t always have the budget to pay full price either. I got this Hermes scarf from a consignment store (Sugar Plum) a few years ago and paid under $100 for “like new” condition. I love its rich colors, pattern and most of all its transeasonal ability.
By the way, you absolutely need this white tee! It’s not shear, has a fun flutter sleeve and is sold for a great price.
Be sure to check in for “Friday Finds” every week to see the latest designer pieces I’ve found at consignment prices! Thanks again for stopping by.
Happy Friday, y’all! Since I decided to focus Friday Finds on consignment shopping, I had to tell you about an event LGS is hosting. For a couple of days, Luxury Garage Sale is highlighting their “new with tags” clothing, shoes and accessories online. Below I picked a few of my favorites, but there are so many items I wasn’t able to share! Click HERE to see what else they’ve got!