One of my goals this year is to buy less clothes. Not a complete no-buy, but just be more conscious of what I buy and why I buy it. And I have to say, I think I’m doing pretty well!Continue reading “New In Fashion – March 2020”
Last week we escaped normal life and spend a few days in the loveliest little rental home Drenthe, one of the Dutch provinces. And let me tell you, it was wonderful.Continue reading “The Outfit Diaries – A Week In Drenthe”
Oops, I did it again. But not the worst oops, as it is another secondhand haul this time!Continue reading “Another Secondhand Haul – Autumn 2019”
Autumn is here, and with autumn comes autumn fashion. And what better way to get some great cold weather layers and feel both warm and really good, than to do a bit of secondhand shopping?Continue reading “Secondhand Clothing Haul – Autumn 2019”
By now I’m sure we all know that buying secondhand clothes is a great way to care for our planet, so it’s a good thing it’s fun as well.Continue reading “5 Favourite Secondhand Clothing Items”
After last week’s beauty declutter, I thought it was now time do a little closet clear out!Continue reading “Closet Clear Out – Spring 2019”
A super sunny summer-y long weekend in Delft, that is. Aaaah🤗Continue reading “The Outfit Diaries – Long Weekend In Delft”
Merry Christmas everyone! What better way to spent Christmas than to share what I shopped recently? 😉
I did some shopping these past 2 days. My excuse? My holiday is coming up 🙂
A while back I walked into a thrift shop, and walked out with 2 red tops.
Ever since moving in with my boyfriend I have been loving secondhand shopping. Probably because his mother is big fan of it, and she knows all the good places in the area. Every once in a while we go thrift shopping together, but these days I also like to go on my own whenever I feel like I need something new in my wardrobe or house.
And today I am sharing some of the pieces I’ve picked up over this last year!
Last Thursday, the 27th of April, was Kingsday here in the Netherlands. And it is kind of a tradition for people to go out on the streets and sell stuff they don’t use or need anymore. And on nice sunny days it is so very fun to nose around, see what cute or funny things you can find for a great price. Which is exactly what my boyfriend’s mother and I did.