As I mentioned Friday, I decided to walk to Goodwill so that I wouldn't be tempted to buy too much. I could only take home what I could carry, although I was reminded on Twitter that you can carry a lot if you really want to! Several items did tempt me, like this awesome chair.
I know the fabric is dated, but it was super comfortable and in great shape, and only $30.
I'm not sure what this thing is, but it's definitely cool!
At first I thought it was a plant stand, but now I wonder if it's a stand for a gigantic globe? It looks too fancy for plants!
I almost carried this home for $4. It's a vintage diagram of helicopter systems. I sent Brian a picture of it and asked him if he wanted it. He asked me how big it was, and we decided it was too big to carry home. Besides, we're hesitant to get too much more stuff, since we plan to move in September.
But the shoes I could not resist.
I tried on a black pencil skirt and three pairs of black heels. One pair of heels were too big, one was too high, and one was just right!
This sunny floral dress caught my eye.
I decided against it, since it was a few sizes too big. At the time, I didn't feel up to another dress re-make, especially trying to navigate making the fitted bodice fit. Once I got home and looked at this picture of it, I kicked myself for not getting it. The fabric is awesome! It would have made a great skirt, or at least some really darling pillows!
Since I'm the "puppet master" for our church's summer Bible program, I bought some assorted toddler clothes for the puppets. Those clothes and the shoes were all I had to carry home.
I paid $5.99 for these. I'm pleased!
What's the latest greatest thing you've found from thrifting? I'd love to hear about it in the comments!
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Labels: Goodwill, thrift store, Thrifting