The last couple of months have just been a blur for me.  Jack is so busy that my days are filled with chasing him around the house, feeding him, cleaning up after him and pretty much spending every moment thinking about him.  I've been wanting to get back into doing some more outfit post, however, it's not as easy as it used to be in my pre-baby life.  Sometimes I feel like I'm lacking in my creativity.  I decided that I would do a "Thrifty Looks" series of posts to share some of my favorite thrift stores finds.  I always like to stay true to the theme of my blog and show off my affordable clothing.  I thought that by sharing my favorite thrift store finds and how simple it can be to incorporate them into my everyday wardrobe, would be the perfect way to do just that!

  Today, I thought that I would share some of my dresses that I've bought at either the Salvation Army or Savers in the past few years.  I was recently looking through my closet and I realized that probably about 50% of my dresses have been bought at thrift stores.  Dresses are just one of those items that are always a great find at a thrift store.  They are usually cheap, and unless its something too flashy, they usually won't go out of style anytime soon.  I love to adopt dresses into my own closet and accessorize them up.

Here are 4 thrift store dresses, all under $5.  This is how I am accessorizing them for fall and winter this year.

This first dress is a simple brown dress that I bought a few years back at the Salvation Army.  Brown isn't always my favorite color on me, but because of how comfortable and basic this dress is, I've kept it.  This fall, I've decided to style it with an infinity scarf and taupe ankle boots.  The purse is also a thrift store find from this past Memorial Day sale at Savers (post here).


I bought this Forever 21 t-shirt dress at Savers last year at the Labor Day sale (post here).  I love how comfortable this dress is.  I recently styled it with my denim jacket, ankle boots, a silver scarf, and my thrifted brown purse again. 


This dress is actually a hand me down from my mom, but it was purchased at a second-hand store.  I love how simple and classic this dress is on its own, but it also looks great layered up as well.  For this look here, I added my leopard scarf, denim jacket, black wedge shoes, and my brown purse again. 


I bought this simple fitted black dress at the Salvation Army a few years ago.  I believe I only paid $2 for it.  I love black dresses because you can never go wrong with an LBD.  I feel that you can never have enough black dresses in your closet, especially when you're buying them for only $2, right?  I styled up this dress with my grey blazer, turquoise pendant necklace, my blush crossbody purse, and black peep-toed shoes.  

Being a thrifty shopper will always help out your bank account and you can still have a great collection of clothes.  Just keep your eye out for those special pieces.  Do you have any great thrift store finds hanging in your closet?

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