Don’t kill me!
I can’t stop my thrifting addiction. On the bright side, I’m paying like 15% of the original costs, so it isn’t as bad.
I will be doing a giveaway in the near future, so if you aren’t already subscribed to me on YouTube, now is your chance.
It’s sad to think about the vacation being over, but that doesn’t mean the positive vibes also have to cease.
Here’s the second portion of my haul, I hope you guys enjoy it.
And if you have any suggestions for future videos, please share!
I’m finally doing a haul of all the things I picked up while on my trip overseas! How exciting 🙂
It’s always fun to try out new products, right?
In this video, I’m featuring the items I picked up from Value Village (however).
If you have any questions, feel free to shoot them my way!
People keep telling me that the colours in this shirt are so bright that it hurts their eyes. But answer to that is – well, I like it. I’m still having issues with how to style my new hair cut, but I find it the most flattering when I curl all my ends towards my face.
Top: Babaton (Aritzia)
Pants: American Apparel
What’s new in this photo, you ask? Well, for once, I look really feminine (or at least I think so). It’s quite rare that I actually feel like putting on a dress or skirt. Most of the time, I only feel obliged to because every other girl in my family or all my girl friends are wearing one and I don’t want to stick out like a sore thumb. I’m trying to change that perspective.
Sweater: American Apparel
Here’s my flashback of what I wore on New Years Day. I still need to find thigh-hi socks that actually stay up.
Red & gold for good luck!
Top: American Apparel
Skirt: Forever 21
Boots: Ralph Lauren
Here’s my flashback of what I wore on Christmas Eve. I was trying to rock my short hair but it’s so temperamental. Oh, and I realize my entire outfit consists of non-holiday colours but I figured it would highlight my bright red lip. I’m not one for ugly Christmas sweater.
Boots: Ralph Lauren