I love thrifting. It's thrilling to me to find something I've been needing for so much less that it would cost from its original store.
Lately, Brad has been needing jeans to wear to work. His office recently switched over to more casual dress, and he hasn't worn a pair of khakis to work in ages! His jeans collection was starting to be a bit threadbare, and one of his last good pairs ripped all the way up the leg. Dire situation, indeed.
My mission upon entering thrift stores, then, has been first, to find jeans for Brad, second, to find clothes for my ever-growing toddler, and third, to find a couple nice pieces for myself, since my post-pregnancy shape is so different.
Today was a triple win. Hooray!
Not one, but THREE pairs of pants for Brad:
One pair of Levi's (about $58 new), one pair of brand new, with tags, Old Navy jeans ($29.50), and a pair of Banana Republic jeans ($89!?!) for a grand total of $35.
A likely brand new baby Gap thermal (white with navy stripes) for my sweet little boy:
(Similar one $19.95) for $0.75. Boom, baby.
So the grand total is about $42. It would have been about $222 new. I paid about 19% of the original price of these items.
I. Love. Thrifting.