Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Fall Finds with SFGoodwill

This post was sponsored by Goodwill. All opinions are our own.

On Whit: Oak + Fort Grid Print Shift Dress via Goodwill (West Portal Location)
On Mal: Self Portrait Asymmetrical Top via Goodwill (West Portal Location, designer section)

Those who have been following us for a long time will remember the days when we would wear outfits that were exclusively thrifted. The thrill of finding something and figuring out how to make it work has always been a fun challenge.

Now that we are older, we don't have the time to go sifting through the racks at giant shops like Thrift Town (RIP), which is why it is nice to have Goodwill boutiques in San Francisco. With a more curated selection (including some designer stuff), it is actually easy to find can't-believe-this-is-here pieces.

Case in point -- this dress from Oak + Fort literally still had tags on it in the Goodwill for $20 this was a huge steal. Also THE Self Portrait top. Bless the SF lady who decided to give this up to Goodwill...we still can't believe we found it! Other finds included matching cashmere tops for $20 (stay tuned, they will probably show up in our feed soon), and a button silk top (also still with tags). We also found some great Zara, Madewell and J.Crew stuff for super cheap.

When we posted our finds on our insta stories, someone immediately responded with "I feel like I never find anything!" and if you feel that way, we say check out Goodwill in SF (especially the West Portal location) because you will be surprised!

Monday, November 18, 2019

Beret in Monterey

On Mal: Beret via Amazon, H&M Blazer, Theory Coat (via outlet, similar),  Levi's Ribcage Cropped Flare,  Aritzia Babaton Knit Crop Top (sold out, similar), Marni bag via TheRealReal, Everlane The Boss Mule

Photos by Tyler

Whoops -- long time, no post. Life has been moving fast for the both of us...between work, weddings, and new nieces and nephews, it has been hard to keep up with posting.We are ~slightly~ more active on Instagram, but want to get back to posting soon (or at least after Whitney's wedding...she has lot's of planning to do, and I still have a speech to write).

At any rate, the most important thing I have been up to is becoming that girl who wears berets. I wore it to work a couple times, and of course got teased by my coworkers -- one told me I just need to start carrying around an artist's palette. But I am not deterred...I like my outfits to be one accessory away from a halloween costume.