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MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT

 

MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT My favorite thing about getting dressed is knowing all the money I've saved by buying thrifted items. When you shop at thrift stores to add pieces to your wardrobe you can often find a one of a kind or vintage item. In my experience, these "finds" have been my favorite pieces to wear. In this look below I am wearing a navy floral skirt by "TRAC". The brand couldn't be found online so who knows where the skirt came from. It is super comfortable though. I picked it up for $5 at a thrift store. The navy pleated collar blouse I found at ROSS for $12.The red knotted kitten heels were a steal at $5 (also thrift store). This look altogether cost me $22. As always I encourage you to find your clothing at a second-hand store for many reasons. My main points being: you can support a small local business, savings and lower cost for you, and the last because currently, the fashion industry is NOT sustainable. The trend of "Fast Fashion" where we toss out the old and quickly buy the new to be seen as "Stylish", "On Point" or "Trendy" is dangerous to the environment......

MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT

My favorite thing about getting dressed is knowing all the money I’ve saved by buying thrifted items. When you shop at thrift stores to add pieces to your wardrobe you can often find a one of a kind or vintage item. In my experience, these “finds” have been my favorite pieces to wear.

In this look below I am wearing a navy floral skirt by “TRAC”. The brand couldn’t be found online so who knows where the skirt came from. It is super comfortable though. I picked it up for $5 at a thrift store. The navy pleated collar blouse I found at ROSS for $12.The red knotted kitten heels were a steal at $5 (also thrift store). This look altogether cost me $22.

As always I encourage you to find your clothing at a second-hand store for many reasons. My main points being: you can support a small local business, savings and lower cost for you, and the last because currently, the fashion industry is NOT sustainable. The trend of “Fast Fashion” where we toss out the old and quickly buy the new to be seen as “Stylish”, “On Point” or “Trendy” is dangerous to the environment.

So keep in mind that you can totally find pieces like these to re-create an outfit similar to this one at any thrift store. If you are looking to add pieces to your wardrobe that you want to keep for a long time (and you don’t live near any thrift stores) there is a list of similar items at the bottom of this post that you can purchase online. As always there is an item in every price range.

MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT My favorite thing about getting dressed is knowing all the money I've saved by buying thrifted items. When you shop at thrift stores to add pieces to your wardrobe you can often find a one of a kind or vintage item. In my experience, these "finds" have been my favorite pieces to wear. In this look below I am wearing a navy floral skirt by "TRAC". The brand couldn't be found online so who knows where the skirt came from. It is super comfortable though. I picked it up for $5 at a thrift store. The navy pleated collar blouse I found at ROSS for $12.The red knotted kitten heels were a steal at $5 (also thrift store). This look altogether cost me $22. As always I encourage you to find your clothing at a second-hand store for many reasons. My main points being: you can support a small local business, savings and lower cost for you, and the last because currently, the fashion industry is NOT sustainable. The trend of "Fast Fashion" where we toss out the old and quickly buy the new to be seen as "Stylish", "On Point" or "Trendy" is dangerous to the environment.........

MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT My favorite thing about getting dressed is knowing all the money I've saved by buying thrifted items. When you shop at thrift stores to add pieces to your wardrobe you can often find a one of a kind or vintage item. In my experience, these "finds" have been my favorite pieces to wear. In this look below I am wearing a navy floral skirt by "TRAC". The brand couldn't be found online so who knows where the skirt came from. It is super comfortable though. I picked it up for $5 at a thrift store. The navy pleated collar blouse I found at ROSS for $12.The red knotted kitten heels were a steal at $5 (also thrift store). This look altogether cost me $22. As always I encourage you to find your clothing at a second-hand store for many reasons. My main points being: you can support a small local business, savings and lower cost for you, and the last because currently, the fashion industry is NOT sustainable. The trend of "Fast Fashion" where we toss out the old and quickly buy the new to be seen as "Stylish", "On Point" or "Trendy" is dangerous to the environment.......

MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT My favorite thing about getting dressed is knowing all the money I've saved by buying thrifted items. When you shop at thrift stores to add pieces to your wardrobe you can often find a one of a kind or vintage item. In my experience, these "finds" have been my favorite pieces to wear. In this look below I am wearing a navy floral skirt by "TRAC". The brand couldn't be found online so who knows where the skirt came from. It is super comfortable though. I picked it up for $5 at a thrift store. The navy pleated collar blouse I found at ROSS for $12.The red knotted kitten heels were a steal at $5 (also thrift store). This look altogether cost me $22. As always I encourage you to find your clothing at a second-hand store for many reasons. My main points being: you can support a small local business, savings and lower cost for you, and the last because currently, the fashion industry is NOT sustainable. The trend of "Fast Fashion" where we toss out the old and quickly buy the new to be seen as "Stylish", "On Point" or "Trendy" is dangerous to the environment......

MODEST & FEMININE NAVY FLORAL OUTFIT My favorite thing about getting dressed is knowing all the money I've saved by buying thrifted items. When you shop at thrift stores to add pieces to your wardrobe you can often find a one of a kind or vintage item. In my experience, these "finds" have been my favorite pieces to wear. In this look below I am wearing a navy floral skirt by "TRAC". The brand couldn't be found online so who knows where the skirt came from. It is super comfortable though. I picked it up for $5 at a thrift store. The navy pleated collar blouse I found at ROSS for $12.The red knotted kitten heels were a steal at $5 (also thrift store). This look altogether cost me $22. As always I encourage you to find your clothing at a second-hand store for many reasons. My main points being: you can support a small local business, savings and lower cost for you, and the last because currently, the fashion industry is NOT sustainable. The trend of "Fast Fashion" where we toss out the old and quickly buy the new to be seen as "Stylish", "On Point" or "Trendy" is dangerous to the environment.......

This look is very comfortable and is perfect to wear for church or work. You can find similar items below. Please let us know what you think in the comments . Would you wear something like this?

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