When I’m out for a little retail therapy and I’m in a pinch, I like to only shop for accessories. This is especially true when I’m thrift shopping – even more so when I’m pregnant, so you could only imagine the scope of accessories I’ve added into my wardrobe in the last several months. This thrifted Gap jacket has been a part of my arsenal for quite some time now and it’s definitely a favorite. And for Fall and Spring, it’s my go-to topper of choice. The average American sends 10.5 million tons of textiles to landfills each year, 95 percent of which could have been given a second life. How someone could have given up this denim jacket in such good condition is beyond me, but I’m mighty thankful it was donated! Savers, and its sister store Value Village, are some of the largest recyclers of used clothing in the world – keeping more than 650 million pounds of clothing and housewares from landfills by selling reusable items in-store and responsibly recycling items unsuitable for resale. Someone’s trash is another person’s treasure, am I right?
Get the Look:
Gap Jacket via Savers [exact] | Old Navy Skirt [last worn here] | Similar Sweater | Boots c/o Savers [first worn here]
Thanks Savers for sponsoring this post! As always, all opinions are my own. I only work with companies and brands I truly love and support.
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