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Yesterday, I had the opportunity to model for Neighborhood Thrift Store annual fashion show. Let me start off by saying this was my first time modeling and I had so much fun! The fashion show fundraiser was to support “Kid Kits” a program designed to help families purchase school supplies at a fraction of the cost. The event was held at St. Thomas Episcopal Church and I think the audience was surprised at the clothing you can purchase from a thrift store. Check out some of my favorite looks inside!
loved the colors on this dress and it fits her perfectly….
now who can resist an African wrap skirt for $3.93 which is still available at the store……
or a wedding gown?
I really enjoyed myself and it felt great to support one of my favorite local non-profit organizations. Remember you don’t have to spend a lot of money to look fabulous thrifting is a lifestyle we all can afford!
Clothing: Neighborhood Thrift Store