Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Saturday Thrifting. The details.

Ok so I did manage to lug my camera to the thrift store that day. It was just quicker to do iphone pics yesterday. Also I didnt get a ton of shots in the store because lets face it, who wants to wip out a Nikon D80 in the middle of a thrift store? But I managed to quietly snap a few. 

So here is the update. I'm not sure if anyone out in blogland really cares what the heck I found at the thrift store. But I guess for those folks who never go, it might be eye opening? here goes. 

clothes + people
My first stop was family thrift on 23rd street. All the proceeds of this store goes to Children's Miracle Network. Whenever I donate my stuff to a thrift store, I try to go here. The people are really nice and it feels good knowing that the whole $2 they get for all my stuff will at least go someplace that helps kids. 

junk
Random stuff there. 

family thrift
clothes.

family thrift
Mid-century modern dresser I swooned over. Yes, that is a mother feeding her child in that mirror. I was too busy drooling over this to even notice. And I call myself detail oriented. haha.

unique thrift.
Then it was on to Unique Thrift. Ever since I moved to Oklahoma City this has been one of my favorite places to go. Maybe it is just the name but it really does seem like I find more unique, cooky things here. I didnt take anymore pictures inside of here though because I was too busy getting my shop on. But I did take some pictures of my finds last night in the comfort of my bedroom. Here goes. 

knee high vintage boots
The details on the knee high vintage boots I found. I am in love with these. 

putonyourredshoes
Vintage 80s red slouchy boots. 

printed oversized knit.
printed oversized knit. Belted with tights and boots this will be fun. Gah. I can't wait for fall. 

vintage dress
mod dress with built in shorts underneath. no idea where in the heck i would ever wear this but i had to have it. It looked so cute on.

vintage top
vintage top
Vintage sheer ruffled top. 

thrift top
detail
printed top with low neck. 

Christa@ Pho Thai Nguyen
Then it was to Pho Thai Nguyen to fill our tired bellys. 

-Angela

6 comments:

jasonkeisling said...

Thrift stores are wonderful. Austin has some great stores!

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briannelee said...

The red boots are awesome!!!

angelarenai said...

Thank you so much! I just took a peek at your blog too and I love it! Ill be sure to add you to my bloglist on my page. Hope you stop by again sometime.

And erin thank you as well!!! Ill try to get together 15 blogs to send that to. ;)

Carissa said...

It looks like we go to some of the same places!! I love a go thrift store find!

angelarenai said...

I was noticing that as I was looking through your stuff as well! I love OKC thrifting!

-Angela

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