Thrifty OOTDs for Spring 2020

 

Spring has sprung, and it’s finally the perfect weather to start breaking out your favorite outfits! As soon as I got sick of wearing my winter clothes, I started running out of outfit ideas. But now that daylight lasts longer, and 70-degree weather has arrived, my urge to get up early and dress cute (even just to stay in my house) has finally come! I'm so excited to show off some looks that I put together for any spring occasion. I would say my style is girly, chic with a lot of colorful tones. I also paired all my outfits with my iconic comfy sweater from Brave New World. Having a staple item to pair with any fit is so important for creating any outfit. I made sure to include items that won't break the bank. Most of the items below are from Marshalls (aka my home) and are below 20 dollars. I high key recommend going to discount stores that offer name brand items for so much less. It's also fun because when looking through all those different brands, you'll never know what you might find! Many of my items are from thrift stores in the Philadelphia area. For one weekend every month, Urban Exchange in Fishtown does a fill-a-bag sale for $30. It's my favorite thing to do for a shopaholic like myself. Also, as an incentive, I've found multiple Chanel items while digging through their shelves. Now, I know that we aren’t exactly able to go out thrifting right now, but use this article as inspo for when we are finally able to!

Below, you can find 11 outfits that I have been absolutely loving for the warmer weather!

 

  1. 1. Outfit 1

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Marshalls ($12)

    Pants: Hollister ($30)

    Shoes: Vans ($50)

    Clothing from a thrift store
  2. 2. Outfit 2

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Free People (??)

    Pants: Marshalls ($20)

    Shoes: Ugg Boots (>50)

    Clothing from thrift Store
  3. 3. Outfit 3

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Marshalls ($20)

    Pants: Marshalls ($15)

    Shoes: Marshalls ($18)

    clothing from thrift store
  4. 4. Outfit 4

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Macys (??)

    Pants: Marshalls ($18)

    Shoes: Marshalls ($10)

    clothing from thrift store
  5. 5. Outfit 5

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Marshalls ($15)

    Pants: Hollister ($25)

    Shoes: Thrift Store ($15)

    clothing from thrift store
  6. 6. Outfit 6

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Pacsun ($15)

    Pants: Goodwill Thrift Store-W/ DIY painted sunflower ($10)

    Shoes: Marshalls ($10)

    clothing from thrift store
  7. 7. Outfit 7

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: American Eagle ($25)

    Pants: Marshalls ($15)

    Shoes: Buffalo Exchange Thrift Store ($20)

    outfit from thrift store
  8. 8. Outfit 8

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: American Eagles ($12)

    Pants: Macys ($10)

    Shoes: Ugg Boots (>50)

    outfit from thrift store
  9. 9. Outfit 9

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Urban Outfitters ($20)

    Pants: Marshalls ($15)

    Shoes: Marshalls ($18)

    clothing from thrift store
  10. 10. Ouftit 10

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: American Eagle ($15)

    Pants: Marshalls ($18)

    Shoes: Thrift Store ($15)

    clothing from thrift store
  11. 11. Outfit 11

    Sweater: Brave New World ($50)

    Shirt: Urban Outfitters ($20)

    Pants: Marshalls ($15)

    Shoes: Century 21($25)

    clothing from thrift store

I cannot exaggerate enough how many of my favorite clothing pieces are found in thrift stores! Not only are these stores super cheap, but they offer so many cute options! To express my artistic side, I also love to paint jeans and skirts that I find at thrift stores. It makes them even more unique because no one else has them. Thrifting is perfect to do this with, because you can purchase super cheap items and create your own twist to them. Whether it's cutting big t-shirts into crop-tops or painting cute designs, the limits are endless. Totally recommend! You'll have everyone asking, “where did you get that?” Hope you have fun being creative with your thrifty outfits this spring!