“Collect things you love, that are authentic to you, and your home becomes your story" —Designer Erin Flett 

Here’s a few tips on how to achieve The Thrifty Thrill aesthetic: 

  • Step 1 – Collect everything; shells, stones, jewelry, stickers, trinkets, pictures, plants, and so on. Never stop collecting things you like. 
  • Step 2 – Collect plates, trays, shelves, wall hangings, mannequins, dishes, cups and other containers to hold or display your collections. *Make sure to put similar items together - Keeps you organized!
  • Step 3 – Use every inch of your dresser and every foot of your room to showcase your collections! 
  • Step 4 – SHOP AT THRIFT STORES to start or add to your collections!

“I don’t want to brag or make anyone jealous, but I can still fit into the earrings I wore in high school” -

How could I pass up dollar earrings, when they are truly timeless and can add that finishing touch to any outfit!

“How much did you spend?”

“Seven bucks!”

“No way…”

I am obviously very proud of my $7 dollar outfit, which I found all at one thrift store!

The Dets:

Jaguar Polyester Shirt from H&M - $2

Army Print Shorts from New York & Company - $1

Neon Green Heels from Prabal Gurung for Target - $4

Doesn’t get much better than this ladies! Give thrift shopping a chance, you won’t regret it!

My (Mountain) Man wearing his own thrifty thrills

I was actually with him when he bought his shirt. The details: 

“ill” Jersey @ Salvation Army in Kingston, NY for $4.00

Thrifting Tip:

Bring your girlfriend or boyfriend on a thrift shopping date! It’s cute. It’s fun. It’s cheap!