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Best of 2017 Goodwill Looks

Fashionistas, 2017 was a year full of amazing looks, but today, I wanted to showcase my 3 favorite ones that were each from one season. Each look consists mostly of Goodwill items, truly showcasing that an entire fashionable outfit can be purchased from Goodwill on a budget.

A woman standing outside on a sunny day wearing a black, off the shoulder shirt, a green long dress with a floral pattern. The close up of her outfit does not show above her neck or below her thighs

1.) Mothers’ Day Vintage-Inspired Ensemble

For Sunday brunch I decided to rock a semi-vintage inspired look. It contained a classic, black, off-the-shoulder top and a tea length skirt printed with a lovely floral pattern. As always, most of the pieces in my look came from DC Goodwill stores. Everything from Goodwill was below $35. For these brands, that’s impressive!

What I Wore: Mother’s Day Edition

Woman standing in a brightly lit room in front of a window wearing a gray, blue, and yellow floral shirt, a bright yellow skirt, and black short boots

2.)  It’s Always Sunny in the Office

For this look, I embraced spring blues, grays, and yellows in a cute and cheerful work-appropriate ensemble.

Out of this whole look, I’m especially in love with my Ann Taylor Loft, petite, ruffle, blouse. It harkens back to the hippie decade by using patterns and ruffles. It’s feminine and flirty in all the right places. Everything from Goodwill was below $50. 

What I Wore: It’s Always Sunny in the Office

Two pictures: One of a woman in a blue and white striped skirt, black and white striped shirt, pink scarf, and black booties holding a black purse with a gold snake on the front. The second picture is a close up of the purse

3.) Parisian & Pucci in Stripes

This was my absolute favorite look of the year – you know me with my obsession with stripes on stripes!

Stripes are a timeless pattern that has been in existence for centuries. They were worn by sailors and criminals in the past and then later popularized by Coco Chanel. In fact, thanks majorly to her, the nautical stripe trend was born. Fast forward a few decades and stripes are still very much a classic pattern. They are worn by almost everyone no matter their individual sense of style.

Everything from Goodwill was under $21. Talk about a steal! This look would have originally been $300+! 

What I Wore: Parisian & Pucci in Stripes


Fashionistas, what was your favorite DCGF look of 2017? 

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