Daily Outfit: 1/3/11

Already Pretty Daily Outfit 1/3/11 featuring Tsubo AcreaTan wool blazer, thrifted – similar items
Olive dress, Athleta Flirtatious Dress
Brown sweater tights, Anthropologie (no longer available) – similar
Necklace, Dana LeBlanc
Red pumps, Tsubo Acrea (no longer available in this color)

Talk about the shoes making the outfit … these dusty red Tsubo Acreas were my first pair, and they are pretty beaten up but I just can’t quit ’em. They have tied together more outfits than I can count, including this one, which otherwise would’ve been a subdued wash of neutrals.

Already Pretty Daily Outfit 1/3/11 featuring Tsubo Acrea

I did some major thrifting in Chicago with my mom, the thrift maven, but to avoid bag check costs I UPSed the loot to myself. It arrived today and I can’t wait to wear some of these goodies!

**Disclosure: Actions you take from the hyperlinks within this blog post may yield commissions for alreadypretty.com. See Already Pretty’s disclosure statement for more details.

Next Post
Previous Post
  • The shoes really do make the outfit – like the cherry… on the bottom! đŸ™‚

    Can’t wait to see your thrifting scores!

  • Can’t wait to see what you thrifted!

  • The red shoes are a marvelous touch! I love the warm earth tones, too!

  • how smart …upsing the loot! nice. You look adorable. Love your color combos! Happy New year!

  • Pingback: Tweets that mention Already Pretty Daily Outfit 12/21/10 featuring Tsubo Acrea -- Topsy.com()

  • I agree that your red shoes really add a great pop of color. I love that it’s cheaper to mail your clothes home than to check them on the plane! Can’t wait to see what treasures you bought!

  • Hmmm, that jacket makes me think of one that I should haul out of my closet for the first time in five years.

  • Love the shoes but also love the fact that your necklace matches each individual element so perfectly. You are the queen of accessories.

  • Sarah

    Where did you thrift in Chicago? I live here and i’ve really never found a good go-to place.

    • Sal

      Actually, my ‘rents live in Evanston, so that’s where Mom and I go. Crowded Closet, Classy Closet, and secondarily ORT and Junior League on Chicago Ave. Those last two are stuck in the 80s, but there are a few good finds! Crowded Closet and Classy Closet are both totally overpriced – they’re consignment as well as donations – but they have really good sales. That’s when we go.

      Sorry I don’t have more Chicago thrift tips. Clare from Between Laundry Days is an expert thrifter and lives downtown – you could hit her up for recommendations!