Something blue, Something thrift

Hi guys!

Trust your week has been great thus far.

In life, lucky will finder

you (*in Jennifer’s voice*). Lol, it’s not luck but rather grace. Who says thrift clothes or Okirika or what other name they call it can’t look good. I’ve been very impressed by what I see out there and all, I’ve seen other bloggers who strive so much in thrift/frugal fashion and it’s so awesome… You definitely will see a lot here soon. Ijenna is one awesome person who does that extremely well. Just enjoy!

So to the outfit, I know I’m not yet a badass thrift shopper(hopefully I’ll get better asap). The dress was either 800 or 1000 same as the kimono I can’t remember now.

Oh yes I got those sunglasses for 500 somewhere in Lagos

And so let the wind take control, lol. 

This week has been an eye-opener for me and God word for me: The stone which the builders rejected has become the chief corner stone.( Psalm 118:22)

I hope this helps someone.

Enjoy the weekend.

Xoxo, Pribodunke💕

0 thoughts on “Something blue, Something thrift

  1. I was about to mention Dugbe as the home of thrift stores in Ibadan. And to be honest some of these items you buy at Dugbe beats the “Alesh” brand. I’m not saying that you can’t get good stuff there but seriously you’ll love thrift shopping at Dugbe big time.. 😆

  2. U got dat dress via thrift shopping? Wow, u nid to show me d way. All dese while i tot it was just skirts nd trousers/shortsshorts are d gud things one can get while thrift shopping. Love ur ensemble, so catchy 😍

  3. Wow! Going all spiritual here, it’s amazing to me how we can make the best out of what others seemingly overlook. Bringing out the diamond in the clay.
    Good one Boluwatife 👌
    Looking forward to much more

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