I mean, don't be sad, I obviously remembered!
Today is Friday but I went thrifting on Wednesday at my favorite little charity shop. I didn't want to buy or spend a lot, and I stuck to that. When I was in the fitting room, I did a lot of "Does this actually spark joy?" and "It's cute but if it was full price, would I really buy it or am I just being suckered into buying something ill-fitting that will hang in my closet forever just because it's $2?" and you'll see that it worked - I put back a cute dress that didn't hang right, a ridiculous short skirt, and several other items that just were not-quite-right. Instead I focused on buying my kid clothes.
I bought three things for me. The skirt was $2, the shirts were $1.50 I think. (I've misplaced the receipt but do you really care?)
|Black squishy skirt like so many before it, but SHORTER. Super comfy.|
|Plaid shirt intended to be over a tank top, knotted jauntily, as if I understand fashion.|
|I LOVE this shirt and have actually already worn it out. It has a lovely cowl neck and makes me feel dressed up even though it's just a t-shirt. It's Banana Republic. It's a weensy bit short but works with the right pants (or skirt?).|
|Circo shorts in the same size as the OTHER Circo shorts we bought new at Target this season. Husband isn't sure about the length, I thought they weren't too bad for a hot day. She hasn't tried them on yet though....|
|Another "someday" purchase - Old Navy jeans in a size that probably fits other kids her age but won't fit her for eons. They still have the pull tabs inside though so maybe soon.|
|Sparkly Crazy 8 t-shirt that she proclaimed she loves already.|
|Children's Place shirt, also too cute to leave behind, will be for fall.|
|Basic Circo shirt but hey, sparkly heart! Cute!|
|Gymboree hoodie in great condition, fits her, will be a nice summer jacket for camp.|