I got this vintage leather jacket at Funky Janes for $25!! I LOVE IT! It totally looks like a $500 jacket, yet I know that nobody else is wearing it 🙂Then when I got home from the shoot a few hours later, it was SUNNY! It was a little chilly, so I kept the scarf on that I had thrown on (but forgot to photograph!) as I left. Since I forgot to photograph the before outfit with the scarf, here it is 🙂 Maya’s outfit was all about “This might be the last sunny day we have, I’m going to put the things I love that she’s growing out of on” haha
Am I the only one that gets sad every time their kid moves up a size? It’s quickly replaced by excitement over the new bigger sized clothes, but still…a little mourning goes on 🙂
Leather Jacket- Vintage (similar here and less expensive faux leather here)
Top- Janie and Jack (thrifted, but similar in different color here)
Shoes- Kids Korner (thrifted, but these are super cute and on sale for $6! :))
Super Mom Tip-
I could talk all day long about my love of thrifting. The thrill of the hunt. The excitement over finding things at 90-95% off! You do NOT have to spend a kazillion dollars to look good or even wear designer items. If you get overwhelmed at Thrift stores like Value Village/Goodwill or don’t have the patience for eBay, find a local consignment store. Or not so local. It might be worth a drive to score a vintage leather jacket for $25 🙂 PLUS, if you drop your clothes off there, you get $$ back which means the jacket could be FREE!! ThredUp is also a great online source for both gently used clothing for children and women! Their customer service is amazing, and the quality of clothing is outstanding.
Yup, sweater, jeans, and boots again. Sorry, you will be seeing a lot of this combo over the winter months! I wore this on a photo shoot, so forgive the totally scuffed boots. I never know when I’m going to be traipsing through fields, and these are one of my favorite pairs (I bought them at a vintage store about 20 years ago!) LOVING this top I got from H&M!! It works for all body types, and would be the perfect top to hide a not yet disclosed baby bump (NO, I don’t have one!!), or even those months right after you had a baby! Ok, or NOW! 🙂 This isn’t fringe or boots, but omg, I love this picture from this summer….