Ghosts & Witches

Updated on Feb 09, 2014
heather gray thrifted blouse - silver sparkly thrifted socks
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AnnikaVictoria 's Thoughts:

When you decide to buy most of your clothes second-hand, you have to get over being grossed-out by unclean things first. Don't get me wrong, most of the op-shops that I visit are wonderful; everything has been super-dooper cleaned, though I still always give things a wash after bringing them home. This particular shirt, however, I bought from a market stall the other day and it had obviously been sitting around in someones closet - unclean - for a very long time. When I got home I decided to try it on to see how it fit. I plunged my arms in and a ridiculous volume of sand and lint shot out the other end. I was so shocked to have half a beach suddenly on my bedroom floor, and amazed that neither the seller nor I had realised the large amount of sand residing within the sleeves.
However, as surprising and sometimes gross as they can be, I think that second-hand clothes are more interesting than new clothes because of the questions they raise about the past owners, and what they were doing while they were wearing them. Why was the past owner wearing such a fancy blouse to the beach? Maybe they weren't dressed for the beach and ended up there by accident? And lastly, how on earth didn't they manage to shake all the sand out of the sleeves??

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Comments (5)

anonymours
anonymours on February 09
cute
StyledBySheena
StyledBySheena on February 09
Perfection!
fahadscale
fahadscale on February 09
totally love your outfit <3
joamarjohn
joamarjohn on February 09
CHIC! HYPED! I love the LOOK
pemberuj
pemberuj on February 09
Love it!
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