Graphic Paris

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Happy Thursday! I’m here to share another look from my spring/summer capsule wardrobe. When I was planning my wardrobe, I knew I wanted a versatile graphic tee that I could wear with just about anything. I was doubtful that I could find exactly what I wanted at the thrift store, but when I saw this gem I knew it was meant to be. I love the typography and the subject (Paris infinity!). It has turned out to be one of my favorite items from this season’s selection. It works equally well with a skirt or jeans, and coordinates well with the other items in my wardrobe.

For this look, I paired it with a Madewell skirt (thrifted), some nifty statement earrings (thrifted) and my beige lace-up block heels. These heels have been another surprisingly useful purchase. I feel like I am starting to be able to distinguish between something that I will wear frequently and something I should avoid purchasing, which is a good feeling.

How about you? Have you had any great thrift store finds lately?

xoxo Anna

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Shirt, thrifted, Buffalo Exchange, ethical alternative here; Skirt, Madewell, thrifted, Goodwill, ethical alternative here; Shoes, Unisa, similar here; Earrings, thrifted, Buffalo Exchange, ethical alternatives here and here.

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Thrifted midi

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Skirt, thrifted, Beacon’s Closet; Jacket, H&M, last season; Shoes, Catherine Malandrino; Earrings, Shashi via Cupcakes and Cashmere; Necklace, thrifted, Housing Works; Tank, JCrew, here

I love a good midi skirt. I found this one at Beacon’s Closet on 5th Avenue in Park Slope. I especially like the muted abstract stripes. There is no tag on it so I have no idea who made it, which is sort of fun to me. I paired it with the most comfortable tank, a pair of blush pink slides and minimal gold jewelry.

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