Some snippets of recent thrifted finds. As you can see I was geared in the direction of neutrals, pastels, and gingham patterns. I was also really surprised to find, not one, but three pairs of pants that actually fit me quite well. I initially thought the light blue ones were a bit grandma-ish, but after trying them on I decided that I quite like looking like a grandma. I had originally planned on turning them into scallop edged shorts (inspired by this DIY from The Velvet Bow), but after trying them on I’ll definitely be keeping them as pants. I guess I’ll have to find another pair of pants/shorts to get crafty on!


  1. Original Number November 8, 2010

    Great finds!!
    I'm loving the pants. I'm sure they look great on you. πŸ™‚

  2. Kate Maggie November 8, 2010

    Eeep! I went thrifting today aswell and was looking for the same thing as you – except I had no luck! πŸ™ I cant wait to see these on you! x

  3. Vicky November 8, 2010

    Lovely finds! I'm loving that fact that your drawn to pastels and neutrals. Can't wait to see the way you wear them x

  4. Liz November 8, 2010

    great finds, lucky you πŸ™‚



  5. VIVIENNE KONGVONGSA November 8, 2010

    Sweet finds and lovely pastels!


  6. Mez November 8, 2010

    Lovely photos lady! Love the gingham stack of shirts.

  7. LUU H. November 8, 2010

    wish my town had more thrift stores ;(

  8. Lightning Heart November 8, 2010

    mmmm nice finds!

  9. A Little Brighter November 8, 2010

    Beauitful finds! and in my favourite colours!
    Oh my! Thanks so much for the scallop tutorial i bought some vintage shorts from the states to do this too and have been to timid to do it!

    Ayesha x

  10. sara November 8, 2010

    what great finds!
    i'm especially loving the pink and purple, they look so lovely!

  11. Luchie November 8, 2010

    I love pastels!!

  12. hiven November 8, 2010

    these are lovely
    x enter my giveaway? six whole miss patina dresses to giveaway.

  13. Hannah November 8, 2010

    I like those grandmas that wear one single colour in a sort of linen pants suit, with long pants and matching button-up ss shirt open over a blouse.
    When I'm old, that's what I'm doing.

  14. Nell November 8, 2010

    Love it all. Beautiful colours and the trousers are lovely. I see no problems in looking like a grandma. I'm loving my cardigans at the moment! xx

  15. Louder Than Silence November 8, 2010

    These look like great finds Soph, I love seeing what other people have thrifted πŸ™‚

    Sally x
    Louder Than Silence

  16. ΒΆ Michelle November 8, 2010

    lovely finds, I really like the colors. You are really lucky to find thrifted wear that fits you, whenever I went to go thrifting nothing ever fitted me so I gave up.

  17. this chick's got style November 8, 2010

    Looks like you were lucky, good finds! πŸ™‚

  18. Chantelle November 8, 2010

    I can't wait to see these pants on you! PS. I'm in love with the aesthetic of your layout. Using your template and Phosphene's as inspiration for my new overhaul… which may take months to occur, but I can dream.

  19. Hillary November 8, 2010

    I was thinking how these shades are the complete opposite of a winter wardrobe, forgetting that Australia getting ready for summer haha.
    Can't wait to see the scalloped edge shorts!

  20. thenextarrow November 8, 2010

    "I initially thought the light blue ones were a bit grandma-ish, but after trying them on I decided that I quite like looking like a grandma."

    this made me laugh out loud πŸ™‚

    xo Alison

  21. Amy November 8, 2010

    These pictures are lovely. I love all these colours!

    β–² WOLF WHISTLE β–²

  22. AX80 November 9, 2010

    Christopher Kane inspired perhaps?

  23. Jes November 9, 2010

    such lovely shades xx

  24. A Pair and A Spare November 9, 2010

    Perfect vintage pastels – great work! what jumbles do you frequent in Brisbane?



  25. vint junky November 9, 2010

    The sky blue pair are incredible.

  26. LAURA!!! December 9, 2010

    Your pictures are so pretty!


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