It is kind of relevant, though, because I apply the same thrifty logic to my daughter's wardrobe that I do to my own. And thanks to my mom and others, she even has some fabulous vintage in her closet (although none of it is on display today).
I am getting increasingly attached to this brown velvet blazer, which I bought with the intention of selling it. What can I say, I kind of have a blazer addiction. They can be tough for me to wear, because I often feel really boxy/stout if I don't pair them with the right outfit, but today I felt good in this. This blouse was a total impulse buy, but I haven't regretted it - I always get compliments when I wear it, the color is just so perfect.
I got so busy with toddler wrangling that I forgot my necklace for most of these photos, but here's a glimpse. My husband gave this to me for my birthday last year and I absolutely love it. It was lost for a few months after he cleaned out the nursery (which also happens to be where most of my clothes live) but I recently found it and was ecstatic to be reunited.
Brown velvet blazer: Vintage, for sale in my shop
Aqua high-neck blouse: Vintage, consignment
Coral and gold necklace: Gift
Khaki skinny trousers with side stitching: a.n.a., thrifted
Brown two-tone T-strap pumps: Bongo, Zappos.com
Total cost to me: About $36 - mostly the shoes
Polka dot onesie: Carter's, hand-me-down
Pink corduroy pinafore: Boden, thrifted
Gray jeggings: Kmart
Pink and orange boots: Children's Place, consignment
Total cost to me: About $12
And don't forget about my giveaway - you still have until Friday to enter! Details are here.