What I BOUGHT Wednesday

HEY Guuuuuuuuuys!

I went to a church rummage sale today. The church is on the fancy side o’ town with all the top name brands and what not making and appearance, so I made my way out there. I’ve been going to this church rummage sale since I was a kid, and I thought it was funny that, as soon as I stepped in, I recognized the slightly-musty smell and my feet walked the snaking paths involuntarily.

This is what I bought (around $20, for the record. POPPIN’ TAGS):

Starting on the left: shoes, belt, sweater, gloves, and some pants.
Starting on the left: shoes, belt, sweater, gloves, and some pants.

Here’s my explanation for everything, just in case you were wondering:

  1. Shoes. They’re Sofft which is, for the record, one of my favorite brands of shoes. Comfy. Classy. Cute. Well-made. This is not a paid advertisement, and I’m only gonna say it once. They make good stuff, peoples.
  2. Belt. It looks like it’s Middle Eastern. I’m working on a PLAY based in the MIDDLE EAST. Pretty sure it’s authentic. šŸ˜‰ Maybe not…but it has BELLS on the ends of the tie-thing. Therefore: it’s legit.
  3. Sweater. It’s embellished with colorful embroidered flowers. You only live once, guys. I had to do it.
  4. Gloves. I’m a sucker for vintage gloves. I think they’re the bees’ knees and I wear them relatively regularly. Thing is: manufacturers don’t make gloves any more so I kind of feel like I need to buy them if I ever want them ever again! These were in brown, and I didn’t have brown yet–even though I have a gallon bag FULL of vintage gloves–plus they had button detailing along the wrist. #done
  5. Teal pants. The skinny is in. And, for a few bucks, I’ll do what I gotta do to look like I know what’s up.

    1. Also in case you were wondering:
      Shoes

      The shoes, as my mother would say, “have NEVER BEEN WORN.”

      Look at those clean soles! What a deal!

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