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There are certain prints/patterns that make me happy. Floral Madras is one of them.
There are certain brands I see over and over again in my thrifting adventures. One of such brands is Kathie Lee. I usually find at least five of her unflattering-but-that’s-what-we-wore-back-then dresses in every thrift store trip.
Oh 2020, you vicious minx you. Just when I start thinking maybe things are getting better, I am proven to be entirely, woefully wrong.
When I found this dress for $1 at the thrift store, I thought, “Hmmmmm…It’s not so bad.”
When I found this dress languishing on the $1 rack at the thrift store, I had a few thoughts.
I seem to be on a collared dress kick lately, don’t I?