(leather boots - Community Thrift Store, envelope clutch - Salvation Army, dress - Salvation Army)
I was very excited when I spotted these boots earlier at the thrift store. I thought they resembled the Dr. Martens boots that I wanted for so long, only these are skinnier. It was a perfect fit, and I was quite surprised since I never really find shoes that fit me when I go thrifting. It feels as if these were rarely worn though because they feel stiff. Looks like I still have to break them in, but that's not so bad for $2.00. As for the clutch, I picked up because I thought I could use for a DIY project. I'm thinking of studding it. Or not. And lastly, that dress is four sizes bigger and I've already taken out the shoulder pads. It fits loosely, and I think I kinda like it like that. Honestly, I liked the buttons on it, so I thought, why not?
It has a few scratches on it, but I don't mind it at all. It would need a little cleaning before I can totally wear it out, and I might even change the laces. I think I'm going to be in love with these boots. Oh, and the brand is BackTrails, and I've never heard of it. But nonetheless, these are still lovely.
I tried to get a close-up detail on the buttons of the dress, but I fail.
Lastly, I got these travel books for 99¢ each at Salvation Army. I have been on a hunt for these kinds of books since I'm trying to plan a little Euro trip to go visit friends.
More photos and hauls to come.
I hope I find the strength to actually go take pictures of it. I have been lazy, and I've been working really hard on it.