Op shopping like it’s going out of fashion
So I went to the accountant the other day and was told I owe the tax department a rather significant amount of money. Subsequently swore I would stop buying stuff that I don’t really need. Resolve lasted about five minutes.
Here are just some of the things I’ve bought in the past few days at op shops…(more posts at I op therefore I am). Rather unusually they’re quite conservative…
Beige top was $7 at the Salvos, 70s necklace was $5 at an op shop in Oakleigh whose name I can’t remember and the denim top (with wrinkles which I will of course get rid of) is from Salvos in Malvern and was a massive $12… that one’s pricey!! Especially considering it was only from H&M originally.
Apart from being very conservative (I must be getting old), they’re things I don’t have to fiddle with or alter either. However, you can come and see me fiddling away at the Stringybark Festival this weekend, should you be so inclined… I can help you make stuff out of crap at the Remake Remodel tent, so please come and say hi!
Pfft, who listens to accountants anyway? ;)Love your recent buys … especially that beautiful beige top! 🙂
Good finds! I might have to take that train line soon and get off at lots of stops :)I might pop by at the Stringybark festival If I'm not going mad with uni work!xx Claire
Your natural beauty shines through when paired with these "conservative" clothes. Good finds!
darn accountants! Love the beige top, you look gorgeous in it!
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Cool finds – love that 70's necklace!