This dress is "90's vintage." I've already worn it probably four times, as we all know I love the 90's trend! It was $3.99 at Goodwill.
This dress is American Eagle and was $2.50, on 50% sale at Goodwill:
This one is is an unknown brand because the tag is ripped out. It's also open backed, which will be...interesting to style this summer. But it has pockets! I also can't remember exactly how much it was, I think $4.50 at Savers.
This dress is brand new! It still had the original $24.99 Target price tag on it! It was $7.99 at Goodwill, which was pretty steep for me. The deciding factor was the bright yellow belt came with it, so really it was like getting two items for $7.99, right?
This last dress is also vintage, I think maybe the 70's or 80's? I can't tell. But I love the mix of prints, and it was $5.99 at Savers.
This Target blazer was $6.50 at Goodwill. It's not colorful or particularly springy, but I HAD to have it, and I will be able to get use out of it all year round.
This cardigan was $3.95 at Idaho Youth Ranch, it's Frenchi (from Nordstroms?)
And my greatest weakness: shoes! I found three more pairs. I have a weird thing where I collect shoes but have a hard time wearing them...I'm going to have to change that. This pair was $2.99 at Goodwill:
Won't they go well with that cardigan? Maybe belted by the yellow belt. This next pair is my Most Awesome Find for the last couple of weeks:
They fit like a dream, and I love metallic! Oh yeah, and did I mention...
Oh yeah baby! They're Coach shoes. They were $15 at Goodwill, which was enough to make me pause and think twice about buying them, but I did anyways. They fit me perfectly, and they're FREAKING COACH!
This last pair is slightly less impressive but still adorable:
Gianni Bini wedge heels for $6. They were in perfect, brand new condition until I wore them twice.
Those are my finds! I also got a couple of dresses for refashioning, but I'll show those to you guys later. Hopefully they're going to be awesome!