Welcome back! If I could describe my fashion sense in a few words, I’d call it trendy, vintage and cheap. When it comes to clothing, I do love the high fashion looks (you can see plenty of those on my Passion for Fashion Pinterest board), but I don’t like the high fashion prices. I can’t remember the last time I’ve paid full price for any of my recent clothing purchases!
People always ask me where I get a certain top, pair of shoes, and the answer is always different. In today’s post, I’ll be listing a few of the locations I find some of my fashion gems as well as how much I paid for a particular item or items pictured.
There’s something about winter that is simply so magical for fashion. We put away the off the shoulder summer tops or spring shorts and pull out the heavy furs and chunky cardigans. As a big fan of (fake) fur, chunky knits and all things long sleeves, what better way to pay homage to the joys of winter style than to make a wishlist?
As a disclaimer, this post will contain affiliate links from both Charlotte Russe (which I have gushed about before) and Amaryllis Apparel, which I am currently obsessing over, but have nothing from at the moment. If you purchase something from one of these links, I’ll get a commission, at no extra cost to you!
It’s super easy and all you have to do is click the link or the picture of the item! Even if you don’t purchase anything, just know that these products still get the Tandra stamp of approval.
Welcome back! We are approaching an all new year, ripe with possibilities. Out with the old and in with the new, so to speak. People will be taking the opportunity to rid themselves of old habits, old friends, old relationships–you get the picture. But what about clothes?
Let’s face it, there’s bound to be things in your closet that you no longer like or no longer fit you. The end of the year is the perfect time to get rid of clothes in order to make room for those 2018 fashions.
“But Tandra,” you ask, “I don’t want to hold a yard sale because it’s too cold/boring/tiring/long/etc.”
Don’t worry pals! There are plenty of ways to get rid of your clothing without hosting a yard sale. Here’s how!
Welcome back! So, if you’ve ever taken a look at some of my outfits on my Instagram or the what I posted for my very first blog post, you’ll know that I’m no stranger to fashion. I love bright and bold prints, but also muted and neutral colors. If I had to describe my fashion style, I’d definitely call it trendy vintage. These two words fit the pieces I picked up during my latest shopping trip to a T!