Don't worry. I haven't used the term "bangin'" to describe anything other than pogs since 1992 or thereabouts. But this jacket is pretty adorable, huh? I was actually shopping with my mom at our all time favorite resale shop, New to You. I think its something like the largest consignment shop in the nation. You can definitely kill a few hours there. Along with this little Walter jacket, I also found an amazing electric yellow swing coat from an Italian label I didn't recognize and a navy linen Michael Kors tunic with military piping to wear with my sailor pants. And since I had a whopping $5 in my consignment account, I scored all three pieces for under $30. While their designer items can get a little pricy, I have rarely seen anything priced higher than $50. Most items hover around $10-15, with blouses ringing in at $8. Their shoe selection is epic, and they also have a bridal and formal dept. If you live anywhere in Oregon or Southwest Washington, its well worth the drive.
We wanted to take pictures in front of the cool mural on the front of the store. It shows the progression of women's fashion from 1900-1990. Rad! But that photo op will just have to wait, as we were running late. We snapped these this morning. Can you tell its a bit *ahem* brisk out?
Walter jacket, New to You, $15
BCBG blouse, Marshalls, $10
Jeans, F21, $24
Franco Sarto nude pumps, T.J.Maxx, $34
Bracelet, Target, $24
P.S. Spring is coming!!!