Tuesday, September 07, 2010

My first Vera Wang.

Last week I was shopping at Buffalo, and lo and behold, I found this gorgeous skirt. It's cream-colored silk, with different-sized navy dots.

And, what's this?


It still had the tags on!


And jeez! Check out that original price.


This skirt really deserves to be paired with more than my $10 Target tank, and I'm totally working on that. Although, no promises that I'll be able to unearth a Vera Wang top to match. Hey, this new skirt is going to have to learn to mix it up with the Target hoodrats and the like. In this closet, clothes get along.



12 comments:

Kayla said...

So exciting. I love finds like that... they make my thrifting life worth all the hassle of going to another city to shop. (my town only has goodwill. no really; it's that small) You'll be able to do great things with it for fall!

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joanna said...

"Hey, this new skirt is going to have to learn to mix it up with the Target hoodrats and the like. In this closet, clothes get along."

lol

basiccravings said...

This skirt is lovely! Great find!

nathan said...

the skirt is great, but those detail shots you took are fabulous!

love,
husband

carmen said...

Great find, it looks amazing on you too!

amy said...

Thanks, sweet friends!

Thanks, husband. Love.

chelsea said...

Super duper cute! What an amazing find!

Ali said...

Ahh! What an exciting find, congrats so much! Stuff like that is what makes thrifting so worth it.. :) You look adorable in it.

katydid972 said...

Love!! I demand that we go thrifting together soon to celebrate!

livin wide said...

yay!! you look fab!

Austin Eavesdropper said...

Amy, you are gorgeous, and that skirt paired with the current Target top looks divine I think.

Also? I AM CRAVING YOUR HAIR! Love the shiny red bob. Covet.

amy said...

You girls are too sweet for words!

Kathryn-- Yes, please!

Tolly-- Thank you, doll! As much as I wish my red was natural, I must credit my genius hair stylist for it.

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