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As we machete our way through this summer of our discontent, I think it’s important to dress comfortably.
When a friend of mine gave me this vintage nightgown to Refashion, I was tempted to just leave it as-is.
Years ago, a friend of mine texted me a picture of a pale pink polyester ’90s prom dress and a bottle of black all-purpose dye.
By now you guys know I’m kind of obsessed with Anthropologie. I love visiting their stores and browsing their gorgeous wares online.
We could all use a little luck right about now, couldn’t we? That’s why I opted for this $1 thrifted dress for today’s refashion, rather than holding off until St. Patrick’s Day as I had originally planned.
When Mr. Refashionista and I made plans to celebrate Father’s Day at his parents’ lake house, I knew exactly what I wanted to wear!