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post #201 of 207
I tend to get my jeans at Target or Goodwill. I like the slightly low riding kind with a bit of flare at the foot (boot cut, etc)

One brand I like at Target is Mossimo
post #202 of 207
Oh I totally forgot about levis at target. I do have a good pair from there that don't fit again yet. Jeans are the thing I have the LEAST luck with at thrift stores, adn you really need a good-fitting pair, ya know? I always feel like levis are timeless too. I suppose young kids probably think they're dorky, but oh well. I'm not spending $100+.

This whole thing has made me want to start a blog about thrift store fashion finds. I've abandoned my blog since adding to my brood, but that could be fun. It's like my little hobby now. oh I get a little natural high from a good score at the thrift store!
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Oh I totally forgot about levis at target. I do have a good pair from there that don't fit again yet. Jeans are the thing I have the LEAST luck with at thrift stores, adn you really need a good-fitting pair, ya know? I always feel like levis are timeless too. I suppose young kids probably think they're dorky, but oh well. I'm not spending $100+.

This whole thing has made me want to start a blog about thrift store fashion finds. I've abandoned my blog since adding to my brood, but that could be fun. It's like my little hobby now. oh I get a little natural high from a good score at the thrift store!
I love Levis. I'm a small person so I can acutally buy jeans in the girls section which is great because the length is just right. However, it can be frustrating as well because it's hard to find "mature" jeans in the girls section. I don't want jeans with glitter, butterfly embroidery, and other decorations glued on my jeans.


Start your blog! I'm becoming addicted to blogs.
post #204 of 207
I like my Citizens of Humanity jeans. They are in that $100+ category, but I wear them every single day (literally), so I justify it that way. They fit really nicely and are super comfortable. They make my butt look good and my legs look long. I got them at Macy's.

What I need to find are some casual boots that are easy to get on and off while holding my LO, that are flat (no heel) and (somewhat) stylish. I have hiking boots, but they are falling apart. I don't want Uggs. Any ideas? I have a credit at DSW from Xmas...
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I've started a new thread to help the server.

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...2#post10355552

Let's continue our wardrobe discussions there!
post #206 of 207
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What I need to find are some casual boots that are easy to get on and off while holding my LO, that are flat (no heel) and (somewhat) stylish. I have hiking boots, but they are falling apart. I don't want Uggs. Any ideas? I have a credit at DSW from Xmas...

I love looking for shoes. I'll post some suggestions on the new thread when I get a chance.
post #207 of 207
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This whole thing has made me want to start a blog about thrift store fashion finds.


I think that would be great! I saw a blog a few months ago that did this, but I lost track of it.

I for one would find it very interesting and inspiring to see what stylish clothing choices we can make while shopping second hand!
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