Maybe this outfit hasn't made it out yet, but I still like it and plan to wear it on the next fancy occasion (when the weather gets warmer). I pulled this black chiffon dress out of an unsorted bin at one of those intimidating pay-by-the-pound thrift store outlets. Based on the light weight, I'm guessing the cost of this dress was about 60 cents. (I'm not completely sure because I bought some other items). I was instantly attracted to the shift silhouette and white wreath embroidery detail. It was missing a button, but that was an easy fix. It also survived the washing machine. I put almost all my thrifted finds through the wash, even if they're dry-clean or hand-wash only, like this dress. It's fun and romantic, and I'm glad I can give it new life.
dress // shawl: thrifted
60s evening clutch: thrifted // vintage
moon necklace: gift
lipstick: wet'n'wild megalast stoplight red