For my job backstage at a Regional Theater, I am required to wear black clothing. The better for the audience not to see me. Because of the physical nature of the job, I usually gravitate to jeans and t-shirts. Lately, I've been trying to inject some sense of style into my wardrobe. This weekend I really upped the ante on my "blacks."
First I bought this vintage black knit dress for $10 at a local Vintage Fashion Expo. It fits like a dream and it's perfect for layering. I love, love, love it!
Next I took a trip to Savers and bought some disaster towels for work. You know, for disasters.
After loading up on towels I took a spin through clothing. I have been looking for a black cotton pencil skirt at the Thrifts for FOREVER! I was rewarded today with this beauty. Turns out it is some fancy brand from Paris called Sandoro. I'm finally trendy! For only $6!
I found two more skirts. The first is this pleated knit from Karen Scott for $4.
The second is this a-line cotton skirt from Alexandra Bartlett for $5
I usually don't care for shirt/sweater combo garments. However, this shirt from Anne Klein is so sophisticated and classy I am making an exception. It was an extravagance at $10 but it works with all of the skirts I purchased and will look good with pants and jeans.
This $5 shirt from H&M is new and has a great structure and fit.
Thanks for stopping by Thrift Share Monday. I'm linking up with Her Library Adventures Flea Market Finds and Apron Thrift Girl's Thrift Share Monday.
If you like the Monday thrift shares with all the good stuff, you should check out WTF Tuesdays at Sir Thrift A Lot and see some of the scary things that got left behind at the thrifts. I link up my Thrifts of Terror every week, it's so much fun!