#OOTD: Mixing High To Low Fashion
I recently wore this outfit out for a date night with hubs to the Packing House in Anaheim. If you live in the socal area and have never been, excuse me why not?! If you like food (and who doesn't??) this is the place for you.
This date night #ootd was really a mixture of everything from mid end Marshalls finds to high end cashmere Burberry (and each for the same price, I'm good at what I do y'all.) Keep scrolling for the outfit deets!
Delias (Marshall's) White Fringe Jacket [new, $20] Burberry Cashmere Sweater [secondhand, $20] Banana Republic Light Wash Jeans [new, $25] Nordstrom Rack Strappy Heel Sandals [new, $15] Burberry Tortoise Cat Eye Sunnies [secondhand, $35] Louis Vuitton Cross Body [secondhand, $100]
I picked up this preppy fringe jacket at Marshalls when I was supposedddd to be sourcing for my thrift business. It was yellow tag clearance (which means lowest price discount) and I scooped it up trying to tell myself I'll resell it but I'm really a sucker for neutral, lightweight jackets so here we are.
**No joke just googled Delias for blog post research and the tag line for this brand is "funky and fun clothing for pre-teen and teen girls" WHAT IS WRONG WITH MEEE
This pretty burgundy color has been very popular lately, and I especially like it as high end cashmere. ;) I bought this Burberry sweater about two years ago on eBay for a killer deal. There is a cute little black Burberry plaid stitched-on emblem on the bottom right of the sweater that you can't see in the photos, but it was hanging on by only one thread and there was some pilling on the sweater so that is why I think the seller was very lenient with the best offer I sent to them. (As a reseller myself, I find that super lazy because I stitch stuff up and defuzz items all the time because it takes seconds and you can sell it for so much more!) Better for me, I stitched and defuzz-ed the item myself and it is like new!
I would just like to point the real MVPS...these no name sandals I bought at Nordstrom Rack probably 5 or 6 years ago. Not only have they held up like a champ but I can literally wear them for hours without any pain AND they go with everything! The moral of the story is that price is not always a great indicator of quality.
Thanks for reading lovelies :* Stay on the lookout for a new blog post this weekend for my eBay vs Poshmark SELLER post!
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