I didn’t have a lot of thrifting luck this month, but I’m actually kind of not looking for much right now either… so maybe I actually found exactly what I needed?
Sonoma Linen Blouse, $3.49
This Sonoma shirt still had the Kohls tags on it for $30, so I was pretty fine with paying $3.50 for it. It’s just a really nice weight linen blouse with some fun details like the ruffle around the neck. With the buttons, I can either wear it buttoned and tucked in, or I can unbutton it and tie it at the waist.
I thought this could be cute paired with some of my skirts this summer, or even layered under cardigans for work. The warm-brick-red color is also one I really like, but don’t have much of in my closet.
Old Bay T-Shirt, $1
Yes, I’m a Marylander. So, when I was checking the men’s t-shirt section for any super soft t-shirts to add to my collection and I saw this one for $1 it was a no brainer. It is SUPER oversized on me and honestly, I could probably give this to my husband to wear, but dang it if it isn’t super comfy. I’ve already worn this a few times around the house with my comfy shorts… so I plan to keep on wearing it until it gets turned into rags for its next life.
And a Bonus Thrift Score from my son:
RC Snap Rover, $10
Jack pretty much loves every STEM toy out there and we have been very happy to find $2 sets of Snap Circuits over the years, which he has built into a giant project. He was super excited to find this Snap Rover at the thrift store over the weekend for only $10 and it looked like it had all the pieces. When we got home, there were some corroded batteries that needed to be cleaned out (I took care of that, since they were kind of gross) and once it was all cleaned up, it worked perfectly. We looked this set up on Amazon and it’s still selling for $89.95!