I have been coveting every emerald green purse I see in magazines, but they all seem to have a hefty price tag. So imagine my surprise and joy when I came across this beautiful vintage purse. What's even better? It was only a quarter. Yessss!
The second purse I found at the Goodwill was this gorgeous fuschia envelope style gem. It has black and gold trim and looks totally current. I could not believe my luck. This baby was also $0.25!
Can you believe it?
My third Goodwill find were these brand new looking gray crochet adorned ballet flats. I really don't own anything like these so I am super excited that I picked these up for just $1.00. They will look great with my skinny jeans, and dress and legging combos this fall.
I have a bit of a thing for belts, okay maybe its borderline addiction but I like to have one for every outfit/occasion. :) Anyhow my mom pointed out this gold metallic round disk belt (she is an enabler) and for $1.00 I had to have it.
The Salvation Army also had a couple of things I had to have. Surprise, surprise, it's another belt! Without the mini chain on the front I probably would not have given this belt a second look. But the little gold chain makes this belt chic and interesting. For only $0.59 I couldn't pass it up.
I have also been wanting art deco inspired pieces in a major way and lucked out big time when I came across this gold and black vintage necklace at Salvation Army. And with a $1.49 price tag, I feel like one lucky gal.
I was just saying out loud that I am in the market for a pair of suspenders and about one minute later my mom held up this navy blue pair. I'm not sure yet how this look will come out on me but I saw Miss Cameron Diaz in a pair some time back and I loved the way it looked. So for $1.00 I had to give it a whirl. Post to come in the future about how this little experiment turns out.
Look at how cute Miss Diaz looks!
It's really kinda sexy I think!
So the total for my accessory haul is $5.58 + Tax.
Not too shabby eh?