I have talked about my finds at Goodwill on many occasions. Brace yourselves because I’m going to do it again! Saintvi had introduced me to LuLaRoe clothing. They have several cuts and types of tops/dresses that speak to my sense of style. Anyone who knows me in person will recognize that I have a fondness for an asymmetrical hem, paisley patterns, cowl necks, scarves, tunics and clothes in greens/blues/black and the right shade of plum. Also I love a bargain. That said, what I really like is a deal too good to be true. Miracles of miracles it just happened! (pinch me)
I went to Goodwill on a booster half price day. I was looking for one thing only – a kimono or ruana that had green, turquoise, or mustard colors in the pattern. I didn’t find it. Instead I found the mother lode of LuLaRoe cast offs. Most were brand new (complete with tags attached), and some were gently used. I probably tried on 60 different pieces of LuLaRoe. I purchased 4 Carly’s (price tag indicated $55), a Julia, 10 Perfect Ts, 5 classic Ts, 1 Lynnae, 1 Christy, 2 Irmas, 1 Joy, 1 Lindsay, 1 Sarah, and a Shirley, and 3 pair of leggings.
This first photo is of the Joy, Lindsay, and Sarah. The second photo is a close up of the Julia dress – snazzy!
The above photos show the patterns I purchased of the tops. My laundry room looks like one of the online dealers rooms with all the tags and styles! I’m guessing that if I were to order them new from a LaLaRoe distributor I’d have paid $1225. But at Goodwill on half price day I paid $171.53 including tax for 30 pieces of clothing. Sparky just doesn’t understand fashion but he does grasp the concept that I’m getting a rare bargain. That makes him happy…