A dress for one dollar

Hey friends! I’m linking up with Lindsey at The Pleated Poppy for some fashion inspiration. I am home from Kansas and kind of wiped out! I had some amazing luck with thrifting while I was there. I think I brought home 10 different dresses–and today I’m sharing the first one with you!

I found this dress for $2 and it was on sale for half off. I mean, I would have paid two dollars for it, but one is even better! And stripes? Be still my heart.

My plane landed at 12:30am and I got out of bed at 6am–so I was tiiired. Thankfully I had already washed this dress, I added a belt and easy heels and BAM! I’m put together. No brain power required. Perfect.

This necklace is easy, adorable and it’s on sale. Hurry and grab one!!

Stacked bracelets make a happy, clink-y noise. I love that.

 Outfit details: Dress, thrifted {$1}. Belt, Target {old}. Heels, H&M. Sun droplet necklace, My shop. Nurture bracelet, My shop. Charm bracelet, My shop.

This week I bought a pack of gum for $1, a bottle of water for $1.50, paid $2 in parking fees and bought a dress for $1. Awesome, right?



  1. Beautiful dress, love how bright and fun it is and I adore stripes. What a bargain, can’t believe how amazing was that find?

  2. Hi Lisa,
    What length chain are you wearing in the photo?
    I always have trouble deciding……

  3. Cute dress! Well done! And I, too, love the clinky happy sound of multiple bracelets. I just got my petit family crest bracelet yesterday and LOVE it! Thank you!!!

  4. You look great! Nothing better than a cheap, cute dress. 🙂

    I’ve never commented on your blog before, but I just wanted to say that I really admire the love you have for your children and husband. The photos and words you post about them show that you care so much. It’s beautiful. 🙂

    By the way, please feel free to enter my giveaway this week to win some sunglasses!

  5. Seriously, you have such a gift when it comes to thrifting!! Every time I go, all I seem to find is a lace nightie with stains and holes! 🙂

    Can you please lend me some of your good luck?

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